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Identifying Rocks

ROCK IDENTIFICATION KEYS Mineral Identification Links that we used to identify minerals: https://fitz6.wordpress.com/2012/04/25/properties-of-minerals/ The Rock Key Table of Contents and Information- http://www.rockhounds.com/rockshop/rockkey/#TOCThe Rock Key: A Dichotomous Key- http://www.rockhounds.com/rockshop/rockkey/#Key ROCK ID- Follow the arrows and answer YES or NO- http://www.classzone.com/books/earth_science/terc/content/investigations/es0610/es0610page02.cfm Rock Identification…

Geology Apps for Identifying and Learning About Rocks and Minerals

Do you have a rock hound in your family? These geology apps can help him recognize and learn about rocks and minerals.

No Tumbler Polished Rocks DIY with Envirotex Lite Resin Spray

No Tumbler Polished Rocks DIY I love rocks! Whenever I hike or go to the beach, my bag or tote gets filled with stunning rocks. I lo...

Rock Identification Printable

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“Island Beach Stones” Original Painting

I wanted to thank all of those people who dropped by my booth at The Moss Street Paint-In last weekend. It was a very well attended and successful event! Also, a special thank you to all of those w…

Mohs Hardness Scale - Rock and Mineral Collection and ID Chart - 9 Real Specimens

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Answer to Place each of the metamorphic rocks supplied by your instructor on a numbered piece of paper. Then complete the....

Guide to Rock Tumbling ⋆ Vintage Mountain Homestead

Starta new hobby of rock tumbling semi precious gems after gem mining or finding and pickup up backyard stones.

Born of fire – Igneous rocks

It’s amazing how much can be seen and read from the rocks if you know what to look for! That’s one of the beauties of being a geologist. Three major groups of rocks are: igneous, metamo…

The Rock Cycle by Neisha Martinez

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The Ultimate Guide To Rockhounding Tools and Supplies

Here are the top rockhounding tools that are available today. We've narrowed the list down to the best tools you should add to your rockhounding tool kit.

How to Polish Rocks

Polishing rocks, also known as lapidary, is a fun hobby that yields beautiful results! You can polish rocks by hand with minimal equipment, or spring for a rock tumbler that can polish dozens of rocks at one time. After polishing, arrange...

Common Beach Stone Identification (Including Dolomite, Quartz, Serpentine, Syenite, and More)

A guide to identifying beach stones found along the shorelines of Lake Michigan, with photos and info about syenite, rhyolite, pumice, dolomite, quartz, wishing stones, heart stones, quartzite, Presque Island serpentinite, diabase, pegmatite, conglomerate, and banded metamorphic rocks!