Please contact the Book review editor or email@example.com if you would like to review one of the books on this list, or another relevant title. Keep the book as a perk for your time and effort. Am Min book reviews tend to be 500 and 1500 words in length. Expected turnaround time is 3-6 months, ideally, from receipt of the book.
♦ Geochronology and Thermochronology (2017) By Peter W. Reiners, Richard W. Carlson, Paul R. Renne, Kari M. Cooper, Darryl E. Granger, Noah M. McLean, and Blair Schoene American Geophysical Union/Wiley
♦ Earth Materials 2nd Edition, Introduction to Mineralogy and Petrology (2016) By Cornelis Klein and Anthony Philpotts Cambridge
♦ Understanding Minerals & Crystals (2015) By Terence McCarthy and Bruce Cairncross Penguin Random House South Africa (Struik Nature)
This is a listing of recent book reviews published in American Mineralogist.
Jonathan D. Price
Minerals: Their Constitution and Origin, Second Edition. (2016) By Hans-Rudolf Wenk and Andrey Bulakh. Cambridge University Press.
American Mineralogist (2018) 103 (8): 1349-1350.
Michael W. Foerster
Thermodynamics of Geothermal Fluids, RIMG Volume 76. Edited by Andri Stefánsson, Thomas Driesner, and Pascale Bénézeth (2013) Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry
American Mineralogist (2018) 103 (6): 1006-1007.
Alexander M. Wilson
Glaciovolcanism on Earth and Mars: Products, Processes and Paleoenvironmental Significance. (2016) By Smellie John L. and Edwards Benjamin R. Cambridge University Press.
American Mineralogist (2018) 103 (5): 836.
The International Atlas of Mars Exploration: From Spirit to Curiosity: Volume 2
American Mineralogist, v. 103 (1): 179.
Amazonite: Mineralogy, Crystal Chemistry, and Typomorphism by Mikhail Ostrooumov
American Mineralogist, v. 102, i. 8, p. 1767-1768
Geochemical Rate Models: An Introduction to Geochemical Kinetics by J. Donald Rimstidt
American Mineralogist, v. 102, i. 4, p. 921-922
Oxygen: A Four Billion Year History by Donald E. Canfield
American Mineralogist, v. 102, i. 4, p. 923
Geophysical Data Analysis: Discrete Inverse Theory (MATLAB Edition), Third edition.
American Mineralogist, v. 102, i. 1, p. 231
David Van Acken
Highly Siderophile and Strongly Chalcophile Elements in High-Temperature Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry, RIMG Volume 81, ed. by Jason Harvey and James M.D. Day
American Mineralogist, v. 101, i. 11, p. 2576
Catherine A. Peters
Pore-Scale Geochemical Processes, RIMG Volume 80, ed. by Carl I. Steefel, Simon Emmanuel, and Lawrence M. Anovitz
American Mineralogist, v. 101, i. 11, p. 2574-2575
James A. Saunders
Mineral Resources, Economics and the Environment, 2nd edition by Stephen E. Kesler and Adam C. Simon
American Mineralogist, v. 101, i. 10, p. 2363-2364
Michael W. Foerster
Layered Intrusions, ed. by Bernard Charlier, Olivier Namur, Rais Latypov, and Christian Tegner
American Mineralogist, v. 101, i. 10, p. 2361-2362
Gems & Crystals From One of the World’s Great Collections by George E. Harlow and Anna S. Sofianides
American Mineralogist, v. 101, i. 9, p. 2132
Dangerous Neighbors: Volcanoes and Cities
American Mineralogist, v. 101, i. 4, p. 1020
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