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Notable people

Mineralogy, crystallography, curators of minerals and mineral collectors, broad sense:

Physics and chemistry partEdit

IMA (CNMNC: former CNMMN + CNM)Edit

Journals & curatorsEdit

  • Museums/ institutions: Kotora Jimbo (Q15177167) (Mineralogical Institute, Univ. of Tokyo), Arthur Edmund Seaman (Q424664) (A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum (Q4286347)), William Phillips (Q3568882) (Geological Society of London (Q1230936)), Stuart J. Mills (Q15971792) (Museums Victoria (Q500890), Melbourne), Wilfred "Bill" Reinhardt Welsh (1915–2002, Franklin Mineral Museum (Q14705501)), George Yanji Chao (born 1930), Jakob Johannes Sederholm (1863–1934, director of the Geological Survey of Finland), Jessie May Sweet (1901–1979, The British Museum), John Cianciulli (1949–2005, Franklin Mineral Museum); Thomas A. Peters (born 1947) and Joseph Peters (born 1951), (Paterson, New Jersey museum and the American Museum of Natural History, New York, respectively), Ole Valdemar Petersen (born July 29, 1939) (Geology Museum, Copenhagen), Tonci Balić-Žunić (born 1952) (Natural History Museum of the University of Copenhagen), Michiaki Bunno (b. 1942) (Geological Museum of the Geological Survey of Japan), Terry E. Huizing (b. 1938, adjunct curator of Mineralogy for the Cincinnati Museum Center)
    • British Natural History Museum, London: Gordon Frank Claringbull (1911-1990),
    • Fersman Mineralogical Museum, Moscow: Alexander Fersman (Q365645), Dimitrii Belakovskii (curator), Yury Leonidivich Orlov (1926–1980), director (1976–1980); Margarita Ivanovna Novgorodova (b. 1938);
    • Geneva Natural History Museum (athena.unige.ch): Pierre Perroud, Villy Aellen (director), Jacques Defenne
    • Canadian Museum of Nature: T. Scott Ercit, Robert A. Gault,
    • Department of Mineralogy, Royal Ontario Museum (ROM): Thomas Leonard Walker (1913-1942); Joseph Anthony Mandarino; Malcolm E. Back (Q13418110); Bozidar Darko Sturman (b. 1937), Slovenian-Canadian mineralogist and former Associate Curator of Mineralogy
    • Natural History Museum, Vienna (former Mineral Cabinet): Andreas Xavier Stütz (1747–1806)
  • Authors/ publishers:
    • Mineralienzeitschrift Lapis: Stefan Weiß (Christian Weise Verlag GmbH); Weiß, Stefan (2008) Das Große Lapis-Mineralienverzeichnis
    • 'Contributions to Canadian Mineralogy' > 'The Canadian Mineralogist': Thomas L. Walker (Q1379217) (founder 1921), Leonard Gascoigne Berry (Q1818964) (editor 1957-1975), Louis J. Cabri (Q6687453) (editor 1975-1982; Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology, CANMET), John L. Jambor (Q3181930) (co-editor 1975-1977), Robert (Bob) Martin (editor 1983-2012), Lee A. Groat (editor after 2012)
    • The Mineralogical Record: William (Bill) A. Henderson Jr. (1932-2014; columnist for the Mineralogical Record; Micromounters Hall of Fame, 1997), Wendell E. Wilson (editor and publisher of the Mineralogical Record)
    • American Mineralogical Journal: Archibald Bruce (Q15700475). Succeeded by The American Journal of Science (Silliman's Journal): Benjamin Silliman, Sr. (Q817692)
    • Rocks & Minerals: Marie E. Huizing (b. 1939, editor)
    • Engineering and Mining Journal: Thomas Arthur Rickard (1864–1953; editor)

New Minerals, American MineralogistEdit

  • Volumes 1-9, Edgar T. Wherry, with assistance from: William F. Foshag, Samuel G. Gordon, E. F. Holden, Walter F. Hunt, T. Eugène Poitevin, and Chester B. Slawson.
  • Volumes 10-25, William F. Foshag, with assistance from: Edward P. Henderson, J. P. Marble, Adolf Pabst, J. Frank Schairer, and H. S. Washington.
  • Volumes 26-50, Michael Fleischer, with assistance from: W. F. Bradley, František Čech, Edward Ching-Te Chao, Richard C. Erd, George T. Faust, Margaret D. Foster, G. M. Friedman, Clifford Frondel, Fred A. Hildebrand, Marjorie Hooker, Earl Ingerson, B. M. Leonard, Joseph A. Mandarino, J. P. Marble, Adolf Pabst, Eugene Roseboom, Erich Seeliger, Kurt Servos, Brian Skinner, Hugo Strunz, Priestley Toulmin, 3d, H. V. W. Willems, and Kenzo Yagi.

Japanese mineralogistsEdit

Tsunashiro Wada (1856-1920), the first director general of the Geological Survey of Japan
Takaharu Imayoshi (1905-1984), Japanese amateur collector of minerals
Matsuo Nambu (1917-2009), Japanese economic geologist of Tohoku University
Yaichiro Wakabayashi (1874-1943), economic geologist of Mitsubishi Mining Company
Kenjiro Kimura (1896-1988), Tokyo University
Nobuyo Fukuchi (1877-1934), a Japanese geologist
Kazunosuke Masutomi (1901-1993), Japanese pharmacist and mineralogist
Asahiko Sugaki, professor emeritus, Tohoku University
Ikuo Kushiro, professor emeritus, University of Tokyo

Belgian mineralogists, broad senseEdit

Jacques Jedwab, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium

Swiss mineralogists, broad senseEdit

Joël Brugger, Louis Claude Duparc, Radovan Cerny, Erwin Parthé, Germain Henri Hess (1802-1850), David Friedrich Wiser, Thomas Geiger (1886–1976), Walter Cabalzar, Halil Sarp (his wife Chantal Sarp), W. Gabriel, Hans P. Eugster (1925-1987), Carlos Burckhardt (1869-1935), Stefan Ansermet, Emile Argand (1879-1940), Heinrich Adolph Baumhauer (1848-1926), Lorenz Oken (Lorenz Ockenfuss, 1779-1851),

  • Old: Paracelsus (1493–1541), Johann Scheuchzer (1672-1733)
  • Uni Basel: Stefan Graeser (b. 1935), Alfred Rittmann (1893-1980), Eduard Wenk (1907-2001),
  • Zuerich & Paul Scherrer Inst.: Paul Niggli (1888-1953), Kenneth Junghwa Hsu (b. 1929), Robert Luling Parker (1893-1973), Paul Scherrer (1890-1969),
  • Bern, Uni & museum: Thomas Armbruster (b. 1950), Hans-Anton Stalder (b. 1925), Werner Nowacki (1908-1988), Walter Feitknecht (1899-1975), Ernst Niggli,
  • Geneva, Uni & museum: Ronald Chessex (b. 1929), Villy Aellen, Jacques Defenne, Pierre Perroud, Klaus Yvon, Elizabeth McNear, Volker Mahnert (b. 1943),
  • Binntal: Ralph Cannon, Thomas Raber, Josef Imhof (1902-1969),
  • Marc Bernard Vuagnat (mineral variety), M.E. Schweizer (mineral variety), L.A.N. de Saussure (mineral mixture), Jacques Lapaire (La Chaux-de-Fonds), Amanz Gressly (1814-1865), Christian Imark

Scandinavian mineralogistsEdit

Russian mineralogistsEdit

Rauf Baratovich Baratov (1921- ), Soviet petrologist, Institute of Geology, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Anatolyi Vladimirovich Berezanskii (b. 1948)
Stanislav Mikhailovich Aleksandrov (b. 1932)
Andrei Andreevich Chernikov
Vyacheslav Djuraevitch Dusmatov (1936-2004)
P. L. Kapitsa (1894-1984), Russian physicist
YU. A. Arapov, Russian geologist and petrographer
Aleksei Aleksandrovich Korago (1942–1993)
Mikhail Naidenovitch Maleev (born 1940)
Igor Viktorovich Pekov (born 1967)
Viktor Sergeevitch Shibkov (1926-1992) and Nikolai Viktorovitch Shibkov (1951-1991)
Tamara Matveyevna Telyushenko (1930-1997), Professor of Petrography in the Ashkhabad School of Geology
Vladimir Ivanovich Smirnov (1910–1988), Institute of Mineral Resources, Moscow University, Moscow
Vladimir Georgievich Ivanov (1947-2002)

IAVCEIEdit

International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior (IAVCEI)
Presidents: 1919–22 Annibale Riccò (1844–1919), 1922–27 Antoine Lacroix (1863–1948), 1927–33 Alessandro Malladra (1865–1944), 1933–35 Constantine Kténas (1885–1935), 1936–48 Albert Michel-Lévy (1877–1955; son of Auguste Michel-Lévy, 1844–1911), 1948–54 Berend G. Escher (1885–1967), 1954–63 Alfred Rittmann (1893–1980), 1963–67 Hisashi Kuno (1910–1969), 1967–71 Gordon A. MacDonald (1911–1978), 1971–75 Georgii S. Gorshkov (1921–1975), 1975–79 Robert W. Decker (1927–2005), 1979–83 Sergei A. Fedotov (born 1931), 1983–87 Ian G. Gass (1926–1992), 1987–91 Shigeo Aramaki, 1991–95 Paolo Gasparini, 1995–99 Grant Heiken, 1999–2003 Steve Sparks (born 1949)
Secretary Generals: 1919–36 Alessandro Malladra (1865–1945), 1936–59 Francesco Signore (1886–1959), 1960–65 Francesco Penta (1899–1965), 1967–75 Pierre Evrard (1914–2005), 1975–83 Peter E. Baker (1937–2008), 1983–91 Hans-Ulrich Schmincke (born 1937)
University of Leeds, Open University and/or Research Institute of African Geology: Peter E. Baker (1937–2008), Ian G. Gass (1926–1992), Oleg von Knorring (1915–1994), William Q. Kennedy (1903–1979), Robert M. Shackleton (1909–2001)
National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Vesuvius Observatory
Before its foundation: Teodoro Monticelli, Niccolò Covelli, Arcangelo Scacchi (February 8, 1810 Gravina, Puglia, Italia – October 11, 1893 Napoli, Italia)
After its foundation ([3], [4], [5]): Macedonio Melloni (Parma, 1798 - Napoli, 1854), director (10 July 1839 – 6 November 1849); Luigi Palmieri (Faicchio, Benevento, 1807 - Napoli, 1896), director (8 December 1855 –1896); Eugenio Semmola (???); Raffaele Vittorio Matteucci (Reife, Senigallia, 1846 – Napoli, 16 July 1909), director (1903– 16 July 1909); Giuseppe Mercalli (Milano, 1850 - Napoli, 1914), director (1911–1914); Alessandro Malladra (Torino, 1865 - Roma, 1944), director (1927–1935); Giuseppe Imbò (Procida, 6/12/1899 - Napoli 19/11/1980), director (1936-70)
1999: Lucia Civetta (director of Osservatorio Vesuviano), Giuseppe Luongo (director of the Department of Geophysics and Volcanology, University of Naples)

Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO)Edit

HVO Directors
  • 1912 to 1940, Thomas A. Jaggar, Jr. (1871–1953)
  • 1940 to 1951, Ruy Herbert Finch (1890–1957)
    • Gordon A. Macdonald (1958) Ruy Herbert Finch (1890 – 1957), Bulletin Volcanologique, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp 221-229, doi 10.1007/BF02596608
  • January 1951 to late 1955, Gordon A. MacDonald (1911–1978), macdonaldite
  • 1956 to 1958, Jerry Paul Eaton (1926–2004)
HVO Scientists-in-Charge
  • 1958 to 1960, Kiguma Jack Murata (1909–2001), murataite-Y
    • Kiguma J Murata was born 29 December 1909, received Social Security number 545-64-8768 (indicating California) and, Death Master File says, died 27 December 2001.
    • December 29, 1909 - December 27, 2001 Sacramento CA, mindat.org
  • 1960 to 1961, Jerry P. Eaton (1926–2004)
  • 1961 to 1962, Donald Herman Richter
  • 1962 to 1963, James G. Moore
    • Senior Research Geologist Emeritus with the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park, California
    • [8]
  • 1964 to 1970, Howard A. Powers
  • 1970 to 1975, Donald W. Peterson
  • 1975 to 1976, Robert I. Tilling
  • 1976 to 1978, Gordon P. Eaton (born 1929)
  • 1978 to 1979, Donald W. Peterson
  • 1979 to 1984, Robert W. Decker (1927–2005)
  • 1984 to 1991, Thomas L. Wright
  • 1991 to 1996, David A. Clague
  • 1996 to 1997, Margaret T. Mangan
  • 1997 to 2004, Donald A. Swanson
  • 2004 to (20??), James P. Kauahikaua

Last partEdit

  • Sidney A. Williams and his wife, Betty Jo. Dr. Williams [11]
Athanasios Godelitsas, University of Muenster, Institute of Mineralogy
Lotte Melchior Larsen, Department of Petrology and Economic Geology, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS)
Jacques Lapaire, Chaux-de-Fonds (Suisse) MINER Database
Silvio Menchetti, Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra, Università di Firenze
Mikhail Ostrooumov, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, Instituto de Investigaciones en Ciencias de la Tierra, Depto. de Geología y Mineralogía, Morelia, Michoacán, México
Benjamin N. Schumer, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson
Roy Starkey, University of Birmingham, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, United Kingdom
Pietro Vignola, National Research Council, Institute for the Dynamics of Environmental Processes IDPA, Italy


Georges Jouravsky (1896–1964), Chief Geologist, Geological Survey of Morocco

Mineral collectorsEdit

Books and WorldCat articlesEdit

  • An Introduction to the Rock-Forming Minerals (DHZ): William Alexander Deer (Q8004260), Robert Andrew Howie (Q15131881), Jack Zussman (Q15131878)
  • John Williams Anthony (Q16917785), Richard August Bideaux (Q16917790), Kenneth William Blahd (Q16919088), Monte Carl Nichols (Q16917772), Eds., Handbook of Mineralogy, Mineralogical Society of America, Chantilly, VA 20151-1110, USA.
  • Friedrich Karl Franz Liebau (1985) Structural Chemistry of Silicates: Structure, Bonding and Classification
  • Quintin Wight (1993) The Complete Book of Micromounting, Mineralogical Record, pp. 283
  • Milton L. Speckels (1965) The Complete Guide to Micromounts, Gembooks: Mentone, California
  • Sándor Koch, Gyula Grasselly, Kálmán Imre Sztrókay (1967) Asványtan : Egyetemi tankönyv, 2 ed, Tankönyvkiadó
  • Peter Godwin Embrey, British Museum: reprint of Greg and Lettsom's British Mineralogy (1977), and Minerals of Cornwall and Devon published (1987)
  • Frederick Harvey Pough (1970) A Field Guide to Rocks and Minerals, pp. 350
  • Frederick Harvey Pough: Petersen's Field Guide to Minerals
  • Glyn A. Francis (2010) Minerals of Iron Monarch. OneSteel, Whyalla, Australia, pp. 165
  • Leo Neal Yedlin (1974) Yedlin on micromounting
  • Ann Phyllis Sabina Stenson, Rocks and minerals for the collector series, Geological Survey of Canada
  • Muller, Ludwig; Schuller, Hans; Lechtape, Andreas (2014) Mayen / Eifel St. Clemens. Schnell & Steiner
  • Hans Schüller (2007) Basaltlavabetrieb zwischen Rhein und Eifel Erfurt Sutton
  • Rudy W. Tschernich (1992) Zeolites of the World. Geoscience Press. p. 563.
  • Ferraiolo, James A. (2003) A Systematic Classification of Minerals. Bowie, US-MD. p. 441.
  • Teodoro Monticelli (1823) Storia dei fenomeni del Vesuvio
  • Teodoro Monticelli, Niccolò Covelli (1825) Prodromo della mineralogia vesuviana
  • Ignacy "Ignacio" Domeyko (1867) Mineralojía de Chile, (Santiago)
  • Thomas S. Warren, Sterling Gleason, Richard C. Bostwick, Earl R. Verbeek (January, 1999) Ultraviolet Light and Fluorescent Minerals: Understanding, Collecting and Displaying Fluorescent Minerals
  • Jean D’Ans and Ellen Lax (1943) Taschenbuch für Chemiker und Physiker
  • Reginald Claude Sprigg and ??? (1954) Uranium deposits of South Australia
  • Josef Štěp and F. Beck (1904) study on the occurence of uranium ores at Jáchymov
  • Ernest H. Carlson (after 2010) new edition of: Carlson, E. (1991) Minerals of Ohio, Ohio Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources, Bulletin 69, 155 pp.
  • Peter Bayliss (2000) Glossary of Obsolete Mineral Names, Mineralogical Record, ISBN 0-930259-04-1, pp. 235
  • Bob Jones (2004) The Tucson Show -- A Fifty-Year History, Mineralogical Record, pp. 183
  • Jan H. Bernard and Jaroslav Hyrsl (2006) Minerals and their Localities 2nd ed, Prague: Granit Publishing, pp. 824
  • Jan H. Bernard and Jaroslav Hyrsl (2013) Minerals and their Localities--SUPPLEMENT, Prague: Granit Publishing, pp. 104
  • Donald B. Peck (2007) Mineral Identification: A Practical Guide for the Amateur Mineralogist, pp. 262
  • Raymond Anthoine (1884-1971), Belgian mining engineer who wrote on prospecting of alluvial deposits
  • Josef Štěp and F. Beck (1904) Das Vorkommen des Uranpecherzes zu St. Joachimsthal
  • Francesco Saverio Stoppani and Curti, E. "I minerali del Lazio (1982)", Editoriale Olimpia, Firenze, 291 pp.
  • Jan H. Bernard and Jaroslav Hyršl, ed. Vandall T. King (2004) "Minerals and their Localities"
  • Johann Christoph Ilsemann (1727–1822): an early study of molybdenite (1787)


Willi Schüller (b. 1953)
  • W Schuller (2013) Microminerals of the Bellerberg Volcanics, Eifel Region, Rheinland-Palatinate, Germany MINERALOGICAL RECORD, 44, no. 2 149-190
  • W Schuller (2014) Eifel: Mendigit und weitere Neufunde LAPIS -CHRISTIAN WEISE- 39, no. 12, 23-27
  • W Schuller (2013) Der Rothenberg bei Bell, Eifel LAPIS -CHRISTIAN WEISE- 38, no. 1, 18-41
  • W Schuller; M Reinhardt (2013) Kupfermineralien aus dem Ahrtal, Eifel LAPIS -CHRISTIAN WEISE- 38, no. 11, 26-31
  • W Schuller (2011) Eifel-Neufunde (3): Noonkanbahit, Schullerit & Co. aus der Lohley bei Udersdorf, Westeifel LAPIS -CHRISTIAN WEISE- 36, no. 1, 42-44


Robert F. Symes
  • Robert F. Symes and Brian Raymond Young (2008) Minerals of Northern England, ISBN: 978-1905267019, National Museums of Scotland, pp 228
  • R F Symes; R R Harding; Paul D Taylor (1997) Rocks, fossils & gems
  • Peter G Embrey; R F Symes (1987) Minerals of Cornwall and Devon
  • Richard Herrington; C J Stanley; R F Symes; Natural History Museum (London, England); Rio Tinto Company (1999) Gold
  • R F Symes; Colin Keates; Andreas Einsiedel; British Museum (Natural History) (1988) DK eyewitness books: Rocks & minerals
  • R F Symes; R R Harding (2014) Eyewitness: crystal & gem
  • Robert Symes (2014) DK Eyewitness Books: Rocks & Minerals, ISBN: 978-1465420565, pp. 72


Susan L. Brantley's data
  • (used Pitzer equations to model the ionic activity coefficients in a late stage brine; simulation of albite weathering to kaolinite)
    • Chemical Weathering Rates of Silicate Minerals (1995), MSA volume 21
    • Susan L. Brantley and Art White (2008) Kinetics of Water Rock Interaction
    • Note: Harvey and Weare, and Pitzer, work on brines, mineral solubilities, and electrolyte theory


Nacionalities
  • Marco E Ciriotti; Lorenza Fascio; Marco Pasero (2009) Italian type minerals, Pisa : PLUS-Pisa University Press
  • Roth P (2007) Minerals first discovered in Switzerland and minerals named after Swiss individuals, Kristallografik Verlag (Achberg Germany)
  • Der Meersche, E.V., De Paepe, P. and Stoops, G. (2010) Minerals with Belgian roots, from hopeite (1824) to tazieffite (2009). Academia Press, Gent
  • Andy G. Tindle (2008) Minerals of Britain and Ireland, Terra Publishing
  • Daniel Atencio, Paulo César Pereira Neves (2013) Enciclopédia dos Minerais do Brasil: Elementos Nativos e Halogenetos. Tese de Livre Docência [12]
  • Calvo, Miguel (2018). Minerales y Minas de España. Vol. IX. Silicatos. Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Minas de Madrid. Fundación Gómez Pardo
  • Czech Republic:
    • František Veselovský, P Ondruš, V Horák Who was who? In names of secondary minerals discovered in Jáchymov (Joachimsthal) Journal of the Czech Geological Society, volume 42 (1997), issue 4, 123 - 126. [13]
    • František Veselovský, P Ondruš, Ananda Gabašová, Jan Hloušek, P Vlašimský, IV Chernyshev Who was who in Jáchymov mineralogy II Journal of the Czech Geological Society, volume 48 (2003), issue 3-4, 193 - 205. [14]
  • Japanese minerals
  • Norwegian minerals
  • Russia

ReferencesEdit

  • Vendl Medal
  • Twenhofel Medal
  • Crafoord Prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Science
  • William Bowie Medal of the American Geophysical Union
  • Abraham-Gottlob-Werner-Medaille of the Deutschen Mineralogischen Gesellschaft
  • Recipients of the MSA Dana Medal: [15]
  • Recipients of the MSA Roebling Medal: [16]
  • Recipients of the MSA Award: [17]
  • Recipients of the GSA Penrose Medal and Day Medal: [18]
  • Mineralogical Association of Canada, Martin A. Peacock Medal (formerly the Past-Presidents') Medal: [19]
  • Mineralogical Association of Canada, Leonard G. Berry (1914-1982) Medal: [20]
  • Mineralogical Association of Canada, William Pinch (born 1940) Medal: [21]
  • The Geological Society of London, Murchison Medal: [22]
  • The Geological Society of London, Wollaston Medal: [23]
  • The Geological Society of London, Lyell Medal: [24]
  • The Geological Society of London, Obituaries (2001 onwards): [25]
  • National Academy of Science, memoirs: [26]
  • Baltimore Mineral Society, the Micromounter’s Hall of Fame: [27]
  • IUCr, biographical notes on individual crystallographers: [28]
  • List of CNMNC officers and members (as of 1 March 2011)
  • Past IMA Councils
  • Jacques Lapaire (1995) La photographie en minéralogie, Minéraux et fossiles : le guide du collectionneur, n⁰ 227, p. 21-28
  • Tánia Martins; Romeu Vieira (2007) Granitic pegmatites : the state on the art : international symposium : book of abstracts, Porto : Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, series: Memórias / Universidade do Porto-Facultade de Ciências, 8.
  • Jerry Carter (March 2012) What is a Mineral? Micromounters of New England Newsletter [29]
  • Benjamin N Schumer (2012) Origins and evolution of the green prospect antimony deposit, Churchill County, Nevada Master of Science University of Nevada, Reno. Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering, Reno, Nev. : University of Nevada, Reno, Ann Arbor, Mich.
  • Hans-Peter Bojar, Department of Mineralogy, Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz
  • Ruslan I. Kostov, University of Mining & Geology, Sofia
    • Ruslan I. Kostov (2008). "Orphic Lithica as a Source of Late Antiquity Mineralogical Knowledge". Geology and Geophysics 51
    • Ilia Deleff; Lilia Petkova; R I Kostov (2004) Phenomenal crystals : giant quartz crystals : unique minerals in world museums : gem treasures of Brazil, Sofia : Pensoft
    • Ivan Kostov; R I Kostov (1999) Crystal habits of minerals, Sofia : Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Pub. House : Pensoft Publishers
  • Christopher J. Stanley, Department of Mineralogy, British Museum (Natural History), London
    • Chris J Stanley (November 2013) Quantitative Data File for reflectance values of minerals [30]
    • Chris J Stanley; Alan J Criddle (1993) Quantitative data file for ore minerals 3rd ed London : Chapman & Hall
    • Chris J Stanley (1999) Mineral deposits : processes to processing, Rotterdam : A.A. Balkema