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I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this text to the motivated amateur and beginning geology student building a reference library.
The information is the same as from other texts, however it is presented in a manner that is easy to read, understand and reference.
Whether you're a student or just want to learn mineralogy or maybe just keep a reference book around, this is the one you'll want.
THIS BOOK IS AWESOME! It its easy to understand, I read some chapters over. I am not a big reader but I needed to pass mineralogy. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Larissa Watkins
It is asumed here that readers using this text will have completed at least one course in introductory geology to
provide them with basic information about minerals, rocks and... Read more
OK, so it is a college-level textbook, BUT ... too much is vague and incomplete IMHO. Maybe it gets fleshed-out by lectures, notes, graphics - allof which are NOT in the book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by GeoffK
This book is totaly worth the investment if you are a geology student. I am no longer in the class, but consistantly using it as a referance.Published 10 months ago by Ana Hedrick
It is what it is - a textbook. Well-deserved status as the introductory college-level text for Mineralogy. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Marc Fleischer
This is the best mineralogy book published. The subject presentation and concept delivery are unmatched. The authors did an excellent job writing this book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this because I needed a new version of a very popular Mineralogy book. There are just some books that are necessary and this one it one of them!Published 18 months ago by J. A. Rose