citations are on the individual pages. We did use some of the
following books for background information that might not have a
page of its own.
Chirinian, Helene. How and why activity wonder book of rocks
and minerals. Los Angeles: Price Stern Sloan, 1987.
Fuller, Sue. Rocks & Minerals. London: Dorling
Pellant, Chris. Rocks and Minerals.
York: Dorling Kindersley, 1992.
Dale. Energy from fossil fuels. Milwaukee: Raintree,
“Rock.” 3 Nov. 2005.
Dept of the Interior. Prospector, Cowhand, and Sodbuster.
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1967.
VanCleave, Janice. Rocks and minerals: mind-boggling
experiments you can turn into science fair projects. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1996.
Zim, Herbert S.
Rocks and minerals: a guide to familiar minerals, gems, ores and
rocks. New York: Golden Press, 1957.
Most of the pictures were taken by the team. If we have not
noted the source of a graphic, then it is ours.
In the case of Dreamstime, this is a Stock Photography Web site
that allowed us the use of images. In that case, we included
the copyright close to the displayed picture as requested.
Hoss Equipment Company gave us permission to use any machinery
graphics from their site.
The Dreamstime Team. "Dreamstime
Registration." Email permissions to Club Web. 11 Nov.
Gregg Hoss. "Machinery Graphic permission."
Email permission to Club Web. 3 Feb. 2006.
Free use images courtesy of:
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Microsoft clipart gallery
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