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Anglesite, Block 14 Open Cut, Broken Hill, New South Wales Anglesite, Broken Hill, New South Wales Anglesite, Magnet Mine, Waratah, Tasmania Anglesite, Neptune Mine, Penguin, Tasmania Anglesite, Silver Princess Mine, Zeehan, Tasmania

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Australian Capital Territory

Paddy's River mine

  • McQUEEN, K.G., CALDWELL, J.R., and MILLSTEED, P.W. 1988. Primary and secondary mineral at the Paddy's Creek mine, Australian Capital Territory. Australian Mineralogist, 3(3): 83 - 100, 14 figs., 1 table

New South Wales

Broken Hill district, Thackeringa, Pioneer mine

  • SMITH, G. 1922. Notes on the mineralogy of the Broken Hill district. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of New South Wales, 8, Appendix IV, pp. 403 - 416

Broken Hill, ABH Consols mine

  • MASON, B. 1976. Famous mineral localities - Broken Hill, Australia. Mineralogical Record, 7(1): 25 - 33, 2 figs., 2 tables.
  • SMITH, G. 1922. Notes on the mineralogy of the Broken Hill district. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of New South Wales, 8, Appendix IV, pp. 403 - 416

Broken Hill, Blackwood open cut

  • BIRCH, W.D., and van der HEYDEN, A. 1997. Notes on other secondary mineral discoveries from the Broken Hill oxidised zone. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 3(1): 73-74, 3 figs.

Broken Hill, Block 11 mine

  • BYWATER, S.K.G. 1982. Wulfenite from Block 15 south: Broken Hill, N.S.W. Australian Gem and Treasurehunter, 71: 42 - 43, 2 figs.

Broken Hill, Block 14 mine

  • BIRCH, W.D. (ed.). 1999. Minerals of Broken Hill. Broken Hill City Council and Museum Victoria,
  • BIRCH, W.D., CHAPMAN, A., and PEACOVER, S.R. 1982. The minerals. IN Minerals of Broken Hill, Worner, H.K., and Mitchell, R., (eds.), Australian Mining and Smelting Ltd., Melbourne, pp. 68-185
  • BYWATER, S.K.G. 1982. Mineralogy and history of the Broken Hill orebody. Australian Gem and Treasurehunter, 70: 28 - 31, 6 figs.
  • LAWRENCE, L.J. 1968. The minerals of the Broken Hill district. IN Broken Hill Mines - 1968, Radmanovich, M., and Woodcock, J.T., (eds.), Monograph of the Australasian Intitute of Mining and Metallurgy, Melbourne, 3: 103 - 136
  • SMITH, G. 1922. Notes on the mineralogy of the Broken Hill district. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of New South Wales, 8, Appendix IV, pp. 403 - 416
  • SMITH. G. 1926. A contribution to the mineralogy of New South Wales. Geological Survey of New South Wales, Mineral Resources Series, 34, 145 pp.

Broken Hill, Block 14 open cut

  • BIRCH, W.D. (ed.). 1999. Minerals of Broken Hill. Broken Hill City Council and Museum Victoria,
  • BIRCH, W.D. 1990. Minerals from Kintore and Block 14 Opencuts, Broken Hill, New South Wales: a review of recent discoveries including tsumbeite, kipushite and otavite. Australian Mineralogist, 5(4): 125-141, 17 figs., 2 tables
  • BIRCH, W.D., and van der HEYDEN, A. 1997. Minerals of the Kintore and Block 14 open cuts at Broken Hill, New South Wales. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 3(1): 23-71, 110 figs.

Broken Hill, Block 14 opencut (via dump at the Pinnacles mine)

  • DAY, B. 1999. What's new in Australia. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 5(1): 46 - 47, 9 figs.

Broken Hill, Block14/Kintore opencut (from dumps at Pinnacles mine)

  • DAY, B. 1999. What's new in Australia. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 5(2): 87 - 88, 7 figs.

Broken Hill, Block14/Kintore opencut

  • DAY, B. 1998. What's new in Australia? Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 4(1): 40 - 41, 6 figs.

Broken Hill, Central mine

  • ANDERSON, C. 1908. Mineralogical Notes, No. vi. Records of the Australian Museum, 7(1): 60 - 68
  • BIRCH, W.D. (ed.). 1999. Minerals of Broken Hill. Broken Hill City Council and Museum Victoria,
  • BIRCH, W.D., CHAPMAN, A., and PEACOVER, S.R. 1982. The minerals. IN Minerals of Broken Hill, Worner, H.K., and Mitchell, R., (eds.), Australian Mining and Smelting Ltd., Melbourne, pp. 68-185
  • LAWRENCE, L.J. 1968. The minerals of the Broken Hill district. IN Broken Hill Mines - 1968, Radmanovich, M., and Woodcock, J.T., (eds.), Monograph of the Australasian Intitute of Mining and Metallurgy, Melbourne, 3: 103 - 136

Broken Hill, Kintore open cut

  • BIRCH, W.D. (ed.). 1999. Minerals of Broken Hill. Broken Hill City Council and Museum Victoria,
  • BIRCH, W.D. 1990. Minerals from Kintore and Block 14 Opencuts, Broken Hill, New South Wales: a review of recent discoveries including tsumbeite, kipushite and otavite. Australian Mineralogist, 5(4): 125-141, 17 figs., 2 tables
  • BIRCH, W.D., and VAN DER HAYDEN, A. 1988. Minerals from the Kintore open cut, Broken Hill, New South Wales. Mineralogical Record, 19(6): 425-436, 17 figs., 7 tables
  • BIRCH, W.D., and van der HEYDEN, A. 1997. Minerals of the Kintore and Block 14 open cuts at Broken Hill, New South Wales. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 3(1): 23-71, 110 figs.
  • MOORE, T. 1993. What's new in minerals? Tuscon Show - 1993. Mineralogical Record, 24(3): 218 - 230, 237

Broken Hill, MMM Ltd. Mine

  • DAY, B.E. 1997. The Broken Hill mineral collection of Milton Lavers. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 3(1): 17-20, 18 figs.

Broken Hill, Proprietary mine

  • ANDERSON, C. 1909. Mineralogical Notes, No. viii. Records of the Australian Museum, 7: 274-182
  • BIRCH, W.D. (ed.). 1999. Minerals of Broken Hill. Broken Hill City Council and Museum Victoria,
  • BIRCH, W.D., CHAPMAN, A., and PEACOVER, S.R. 1982. The minerals. IN Minerals of Broken Hill, Worner, H.K., and Mitchell, R., (eds.), Australian Mining and Smelting Ltd., Melbourne, pp. 68-185
  • WILSON, W.E. 1988. Broken Hill, New South Wales: a brief review. Mineralogical Record, 19(6): 417-424, 17 figs.

Broken Hill, South mine leases

  • ELLIOTT, P. 1997. Minerals of the Slags from Broken Hill, New South Wales. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 3(1): 77-83, 16 figs.

Broken Hill, South mine

  • DAVY, K., and KOVAC, C. 1982. Mineral Notes. Australian Gem and Treasurehunter, 71: 21 - 22
  • EDWARDS, A.B. 1947. Textures of the ore minerals and their significance. Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Melbourne.
  • HALL, P. 1988. What's new in minerals? Australian Mineralogist, 3(2): 65 - 66, 3 figs.
  • LAWRENCE, L.J. 1968. The minerals of the Broken Hill district. IN Broken Hill Mines - 1968, Radmanovich, M., and Woodcock, J.T., (eds.), Monograph of the Australasian Intitute of Mining and Metallurgy, Melbourne, 3: 103 - 136

Broken Hill

  • AREM, J.E. 1983. Rocks and minerals. Bantam Book, published by arrangement of The Ridge Press, Inc., 144 pp. (5th printing)
  • BIRCH, W.D. (ed.). 1999. Minerals of Broken Hill. Broken Hill City Council and Museum Victoria,
  • BIRCH, W.D. 1977. The mineral collection of Sir Maurice Mawby. Australian Mineralogist, 1(12): 58 - 60, 7 figs.
  • BIRCH, W.D., and HENRY, D.H. 2000. The geology collections of Museum Victoria, Melbourne. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 6(2): 83 - 90,, 24 figs.
  • ENGLAND, B.M. 1977. Australian fluorescent minerals - part II. Australian Gems and Crafts Magazine, 25: 189 - 183
  • HENDERSON, W.A. 1981. Microminerals - Australian minerals. Mineralogical Record, 12(2): 105 - 111, 17 figs.
  • MASON, B. 1976. Famous mineral localities - Broken Hill, Australia. Mineralogical Record, 7(1): 25 - 33, 2 figs., 2 tables.
  • PRING, A. 1990. The Doug Barratt mineral collection. Australian Mineralogist, 5(4): 114-117, 10 figs.
  • PRING, A. 1997. The Hall Collection: A Broken Hill treasure trove. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 3(1): 11-15, 16 figs.
  • SMITH, G. 1922. Notes on the mineralogy of the Broken Hill district. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of New South Wales, 8, Appendix IV, pp. 403 - 416
  • WOODWARD, O.H. 1965. Geology and Mineralogy. IN A Review of the Broken Hill Lead - Silver - Zinc Industry, 2nd Edition, Parsons, K.P.W., (ed.), Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Melbourne, pp. 47 - 54

Crookwell, Cordillera mine, near

  • CARNE, J.E. 1911. The Tungsten mining industry in New South Wales. Geological Survey of New South Wales, Mineral Resources Series, No. 15
  • DUGGAN, M.B. 1988. Cuprotungstite from the Cordillera mine, Crookwell, New South Wales. Australian Mineralogist, 3(2): 61-64, 1 fig., 2 tables
  • McCOLL, D.H. 1974. A new occurrence of raspite at the Cordillera mine, New South Wales, Australia. Australian Gems and Crafts Magazine, 4: 9 - 11, 4 figs., 2 tables

Leadville Mining Field, Mount Stewart mine

  • ANDERSON, C. 1922. Mineralogical Notes, No. xi. Records of the Australian Museum, 13: 205 - 207, pl. XL
  • ENGLAND, B.M. 1999. The Mount Stewart Lead mine, Leadville, New South Wales. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 5(1): 25 - 41, 27 figs.

Mineral Hill Field, Eastern Pit, N of Condolbolin

  • HENRY, D.A., and LEES, T. 1990. Azurite crystals from Mineral Hill, New South Wales. Australian Mineralogist, 5(1): 11-18, 11 figs.

Mineral Hill Field, N of Condolbolin

  • McLATCHIE, L. 1971. Base metal mineralisation at Mineral Hill, central New South Wales. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of New South Wales, 11:

Tuena district, old mine (may be Cordillera mine)

  • PRICE, C. 1978. Micromounters corner. Australian Gems and Crafts Magazine, 28: 24

New Zealand

Canaan

  • RAILTON and WATTERS 1990 Minerals of New Zealand

Tui Mine, Te Aroha

  • RAILTON and WATTERS 1990 Minerals of New Zealand

Northern Territory

Rum Jungle, Browns Prospect

  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1978. Mineralogy Notes and News. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 12: 5-10

Queensland

Mount Isa mines, Black Star opencut

  • SIELECKI, R. 1988. The Mount Isa - Cloncurry mineral field, north western Queensland. Mineralogical Record, 19(6): 469-490, 26 figs., 1 table

Mount Isa mines

  • SIELECKI, R. 1988. The Mount Isa - Cloncurry mineral field, north western Queensland. Mineralogical Record, 19(6): 469-490, 26 figs., 1 table

South Australia

Avondale mine

  • PRICE, C. 1981. Focus on microminerals. Australian Gem and Treasurehunter, 58: 44 - 45

Billy Springs mine, Flinders Ranges

  • HENDERSON, W.A. 1981. Microminerals - Australian minerals. Mineralogical Record, 12(2): 105 - 111, 17 figs.
  • KELLER, P.J. 1990. Minerals from the Billy Springs Mine, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. Australian Mineralogist, 5(1): 3-9, 7 figs., 1 table

Ediacara mineral field

  • JOHNS, R.K. 1972. Base metal occurrence within Lower Cambrian sediments of the northern Flinders Ranges. Report of Investigation, Geological Survey of South Australia, 37, 67 pp., 7 pls., 29 figs., 13 tables

Glen Osmond

  • BOSWORTH, J., and SHELTON, B. 1978. What's new in minerals? Australian Mineralogist, 1(17): 83 - 84

Iron Monarch mine

  • PRING, A., and KOLITSCH, U. 1990. Additions to the mineralogy of the Iron Monarch Deposit, Middleback Ranges, South Australia. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 6(1): 9 - 23, 18 figs., 3 tables

Mount Malvern silver lead mine, near Clarendon

  • BYWATER, S.K.G. 1987. Mount Malvern mine. Mineralogical News, Journal of the Mineralogical Society of South Australia, 7(1): 41
  • DAY, B. 1998. What's new in Australia? Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 4(1): 40 - 41, 6 figs.
  • KOLITSCH, U., and ELLIOTT, P. 1999. Mineralogy of the Mount Malvern mine, near Clarendon, South Australia. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 5(1): 3 - 17, 23 figs., 1 table

Tasmania

Comet - Maestries mine

  • HAUPT, J. 1988. Minerals of western Tasmania. Mineralogical Record, 19(6): 381 - 388, 13 figs.
  • PETTERD, W.F. 1894. Catalogue of minerals known to occur in Tasmania, with notes on their distribution. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, for 1893, pp. 1 - 72

Dundas Mineral Field

  • AREM, J.E. 1983. Rocks and minerals. Bantam Book, published by arrangement of The Ridge Press, Inc., 144 pp. (5th printing)
  • KEMP, N.R., and BOTTRILL, R.S. 2000. The Mineralogical Collections of the Tasmanian Museum, Hobart, and the West Coast Pioneers' Memorial Museum, Zeehan. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 6(2): 75 - 82, 20 figs.
  • LANCASTER, K. 1974. The Dundas Mineral Field. Australian Gems and Crafts Magazine, 7: 30 - 36

Dundas, Comet mine

  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1979. Some Tasmanian mines and their minerals. Australian Gems and Crafts Magazine, 35: 29 - 31

Magnet mine, 7 km W of Waratah

  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1979. Some Tasmanian mines and their minerals. Australian Gems and Crafts Magazine, 35: 29 - 31
  • HAUPT, J. 1988. Minerals of western Tasmania. Mineralogical Record, 19(6): 381 - 388, 13 figs.
  • HAUPT, J.C., BOTTRILL, R., and SORRELL, S. 1995. The Minerals of the Magnet mine, Tasmania. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 1(1): 3 - 19, 21 figs.
  • LANCASTER, K. 1974. The Magnet mine. Australian Gems and Crafts Magazine, 4: 12 - 14
  • PETTERD, W.F. 1896. Catalogue of Minerals of Tasmania. Examiner, Launceston, 1896. 2nd Edition, 115 pp.
  • PETTERD, W.F. 1910. Catalogue of the Minerals of Tasmania. Department of Mines, Tasmania. (Reprinted and amended, 1969, as Record of the Geological Survey of Tasmania, 9, 110 pp.)
  • TASMANIAN DEPARTMENT OF MINES. 1970. Catalogue of the Minerals of Tasmania. Records of the Geological Survey of Tasmania, 9

Zeehan - Dundas area

  • CHAPMAN, A.H. 1972. On a spectacular find of crocoite the Adelaide mine, Dundas, Tasmania. Mineralogical Record, 3(3): 111-113, 5 figs.

Victoria

Dargo High Plains

  • NICHOLAS, W. 1876. Localities of minerals which occur in Victoria. Report of Progress of the Geological Survey of Victoria, 3: 280 - 288

Landsborough, Glen Dhu Reef

  • ATKINSON, J.A. 1896. A locality list of all minerals hitherto recorded from Victoria. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 9: 68-119
  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1980. Some mineral species recorded from Victoria. G. Sulphate minerals. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 24: 13 - 18
  • KRAUSE, F.M. 1896. An Introduction to the Study of Minerals for Australian Readers. George Robertson and Co.
  • NICHOLAS, W. 1876. Localities of minerals which occur in Victoria. Report of Progress of the Geological Survey of Victoria, 3: 280 - 288
  • ULRICH, G.F.H. 1867. Mineral Species of Victoria. IN Notes on the physcial geography, geology and mineralogy, Selwyn, A.R.C., and Ulrich, G.F.H., Intercolonial Exhibition Essays, No. 3, 1886 - 67 (1867), pp. 40 - 83, (pp. 184 - 245 of Official Record)

Lilydale, Cave Hill quarry

  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1980. Some mineral species recorded from Victoria. G. Sulphate minerals. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 24: 13 - 18
  • WALCOTT, R.H. 1901. Additions and corrections to the census of Victorian minerals. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 13: 253-272

Mt. Wills gold and silver field, United Brothers mine

  • BIRCH, W.D. 1992. Mineralogy of the Mt. Wills goldfield, Victoria, with emphasis on the sulphosalt minerals. Australian Mineralogist, 6(1): 3-17, 15 figs., 2 tables

St. Arnaud, Lord Nelson mine

  • COULSELL, Ruth - 1978. Old Victorian minerals and mining areas - Deep quartz reef mining and some famous Victorian quartz mines. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 15: 13-20

St. Arnaud, Wilson's Reef

  • ATKINSON, J.A. 1896. A locality list of all minerals hitherto recorded from Victoria. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 9: 68-119
  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1980. Some mineral species recorded from Victoria. G. Sulphate minerals. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 24: 13 - 18
  • KRAUSE, F.M. 1896. An Introduction to the Study of Minerals for Australian Readers. George Robertson and Co.
  • NICHOLAS, W. 1876. Localities of minerals which occur in Victoria. Report of Progress of the Geological Survey of Victoria, 3: 280 - 288
  • ULRICH, G.F.H. 1867. Mineral Species of Victoria. IN Notes on the physcial geography, geology and mineralogy, Selwyn, A.R.C., and Ulrich, G.F.H., Intercolonial Exhibition Essays, No. 3, 1886 - 67 (1867), pp. 40 - 83, (pp. 184 - 245 of Official Record)

St. Arnaud

  • BUSSAT, F. 1977. Some of those not so well known Victorian minerals - embolite. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 6: 17 - 18
  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1979. Some mineral species recorded from Victoria. B. Sulphide minerals. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 18: 26 - 35
  • ULRICH, G.F.H. 1867. Mineral Species of Victoria. IN Notes on the physcial geography, geology and mineralogy, Selwyn, A.R.C., and Ulrich, G.F.H., Intercolonial Exhibition Essays, No. 3, 1886 - 67 (1867), pp. 40 - 83, (pp. 184 - 245 of Official Record)

Western Australia

Ashburton Downs Station area

  • BRIDGE, P.J., and PRYCE, M.W. 1978. Copper minerals from the Bali Lo copper mine, Ashburton Downs, Western Australia. Australian Mineralogist, 1(14): 69 - 70, 4 figs.

Ashburton Downs Station, Anticline deposit (MC 84)

  • NICKEL, E.H., and GARTRELL, B.J. 1993. Secondary minerals from Ashburton Downs, Western Australia. Mineralogical Record, 24(3): 203-

Coppin Pool, 1 km W of, 41 km ESE of Mt. Tom Price

  • HENRY, D.A. 1987. New mineral names. Australian Mineralogist, 2(2): 36-38
  • HENRY, D.A. 1988. New mineral names. Australian Mineralogist, 3(2): 70

Gorge Creek, Colvins lead show, 12 miles SE of Mt.Dawson (Mt. Mortimer)

  • LE MESURIER, C.R. 1939. Carminite and bindheimite from Ashburton district. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 25: 137-140

PA 150, 3.5 miles SE of Mt. Amy, ~ 80 miles NW of Mt. Dawson

  • LE MESURIER, C.R. 1939. Carminite and bindheimite from Ashburton district. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 25: 137-140

Whim Creek (Whim Well) copper mine

  • BLATCHFORD, . 1921. Report on the Whim Well and Mons Cupri copper mines. Western Australian Department of Mines, Perth
  • COULSELL, Ruth. 1978. Mineralogy Notes and News. Mineralogical Society of Victoria, Newsletter, 12: 5-10
  • DOWNES, P.J., BEVAN, Jennifer C., and BEVAN, A.W.R. 1988. The minerals of the Whim Creek copper mine, Western Australia. Australian Journal of Mineralogy, 4(1): 13 - 29, 28 figs., 3 tables]] Not confirmed

Wyloo Station, near the Log Hut, 30 miles ESE of Mt. McGrath

  • LE MESURIER, C.R. 1939. Carminite and bindheimite from Ashburton district. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 25: 137-140
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