Newsletter Archives and articles of interest

An archive for newsletters and items of interest from the Joint Mineralogical Societies of Australasia

CERUSSITE - Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Australian Museum, Sydney NSW (30cm)
This specimen reputed to be the best of its species in the world
(photography T. Forsyth)

Cerussite - Australian Museum, Sydney, NSW

At the 2009 Joint Seminar in Brisbane, a motion was passed by the attending society delegates and society newsletter editors to allow their respective newsletters to be made available on-line to all. The only provisos were that relevant authors be fully acknowledged, and that newsletters would not be available until two months after their initial publication/circulation. This was to give exclusive "first" access to the relevant societies to the benefit of their own members.

If you read something of interest why not contact the society near you and join up? They have a wealth of knowledge and friendly members!

Also, from time to time, items of interest on the Australian Mineral collecting scene will be placed here.

NOTE: Newsletter editors, feel free to reproduce any items that you see here, but please acknowledge full details of authorship. If in doubt, please contact the relevant editor/author.

SUBMISSIONS: If you wish to submit your newsletter for archiving, it must be in Adobe pdf format and try and keep the file size less than 1MB.

Steve Dobos notes and Internet links from the 34th Joint Seminar
At the 34th Joint Seminar held in Melbourne, Steve gave a presentation on the use of the Internet to enhance your mineralogy. The talk referenced a number of useful links and hints. Follow this link to read more  . . . .

Newsletters:

Mineralogical Society of Queensland Inc:
(Newsletter Editor Steve Dobos email: sdobos@bigpond.net.au)

V61 Dec 2010
V60 Oct 2010

V59 Aug 2010
V58 Feb 2010
V57 Oct 2009
V56 Aug 2009
V55 Jun 2009
V54 Dec 2008
V53 Oct 2008
V52 Aug 2008
V51 May 2008
V50 Nov 2007

Mineralogical Society of New South Wales Inc:
(Newsletter Editor George Laking email: bglaking@tech2u.com.au
website: www.minsocnsw.org.au)

Jun 2011
May 2011
Apr 2011
Mar 2011
Feb 2011
Dec 2010
Nov 2010

Oct 2010
Sep 2010
Aug 2010
Mar 2010
Feb 2010
Oct 2009
Sep 2009
Aug 2009
Jul 2009
Jun 2009
May 2009
Apr 2009
Mar 2009
Feb 2009

Mineralogical Society of Tasmania Inc:
(Newsletter Editor Ralph Bottrill. email: rbottrill@mrt.tas.gov.au

May 2011
Feb 2011

Nov 2010

Aug 2010

May 2010
Feb 2010
Nov 2009

Mineralogical Society of Victoria Inc:
(Newsletter Editor is Michael Hirst 
website: www.minsocvic.websyte.com.au)

Jun 2011
Apr 2011

Feb 2011

Dec 2010

Oct 2010

Aug 2010
April 2010
Jun 2010
Feb 2010
Dec 2009
Oct 2009
Aug 2009
Jun 2009

Mineralogical Society of Western Australia Inc:
(Newsletter Editor is Allan Hart
email: minsocwa.newsletter@hotmail.com)

May 2011
Mar 2011

Sep 2010

Jul 2010
May 2010
Mar 2010
Jan 2010
Sep 2009
Jul 2009

Broken Hill Mineral Club:
(Newsletter Editor is Trevor Dart email: bhminclub@iinet.net.au 
website: http://brokenhillmineralclub.wikispaces.com)

V 2011 01
V 2010 04
V 2010 03
V 2010 02
V 2010 01
V 2009 04
V 2009 03
V 2009 02
V 2009 01

Articles of Interest:

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