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Roman Stones Blue Sea Sediment Jasper Gold Skull
 
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HOW TO - Cleaning Crystals | Liz Kreate
 
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Nundle Diamonds or Nundle Quartz Crystals are one of the easiest Crystals to clean. Using water and a little bit of dish washing liquid, the dirt comes off quite easily. Some do have Iron baked on stains that might require using other methods of cleaning. Music:......1. The Owl Named Orion 2. Living the Daydream Music by: Dan-O at DanoSongs.com Jewelry Making Tutorials - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKz21al88ViEih85hG7ZiSZIYQmsv6WV0 Find Gold and Gems VIDEOS - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKz21al88ViGnuqq5sYBjuBthfKPhRNGO
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About Snakeskin Jasper
 
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OUR WEBSITE: (US) http://www.potomacbeads.com (EU) https://potomacbeads.eu This video from The Potomac Bead Company talks about the gemstone Snakeskin Jasper, its attributes, and some of the ways you might be able to use it in your daily jewelry making techniques. Find out what is snakeskin jasper, and what it looks like so that you can use it soon! Get Snakeskin Jasper Bead here: US- http://www.potomacbeads.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=Snakeskin+Jasper&Submit=Search
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Rare Rock and Mineral Identification
 
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After watching this video, the viewer should be able to identify some of the more rare rocks and minerals, and be aware that I can provide the specimens to the viewer. Contact me at [email protected]
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Rock and Mineral Identification
 
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A study guide made for the students of Fleming College in Lindsay Ontario Canada and anybody else who might find it useful. If you like this video check out my channel for a full feature video of a limestone rock quarry, how it operates, and how it is being rehabilitated.
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Earth Parts #31 - Chemical and Biological Sedimentary Rocks
 
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Earth Parts #31 - In which I talk about sedimentary rocks that are non-detrital; not formed by collection of bits & pieces of weathered rock from elsewhere. Chemical and biological sedimentary rocks can be clastic, such as limestone rock formed from dead plankton shells & seashells, or non-clastic such as flint, chert, agate, rock salt, gypsum and some forms of limestone. Flint, chert, jasper & agate are all forms of chemical sedimentary rocks, non-detrital and made up of trillions of microscopic silica shells from dead diatoms and other phytoplankton that secrete a shell of hydrous SiO2. Diatoms are found throughout Earth's oceans, and are a common form of phytoplankton. Diatoms and their relatives the radiolarians precipitate a shell of silica around themselves, and as they die and sink, they contribute to a kind of loose silica silt called siliceous ooze on the sea bed. Later, burial & compaction of siliceous ooze can form layers of silica rock. Burial of siliceous ooze by later sediments, followed by compaction at depth and under pressure in the crust, solidifies the material to rock. Limestone is a chemical sedimentary rock made up of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) forming the minerals calcite or aragonite. Most limestone is biological, crystallized from seawater by CaCO3-shell-building animals like mollusks or corals, or plankton like foraminifera. Chalk is produced by accumulation of myriads of CaCO3 shells derived from coccolithophores; ocean phytoplankton. Limestone can precipitate directly from seawater in settings where evaporation is fast and mixing with open ocean water is restricted, such as in a narrow estuary or lake with no outlet. Halite is natural rock salt (NaCl) and has been mined as an important commodity mineral for most of human history, along with sylvite (KCl), which form as a result of drying seawater or fresh water bodies. Evaporite rocks form in settings of rapid evaporation in an arid environment, forming salts that collect as sedimentary layers that later compact into rock. Organic chemical sedimentary rocks include the various grades of coal, including lignite, bituminous & anthracite. Dead plant remains, leaf litter, peat moss & forest debris can collect and become buried under later sediments, changing over geologic time into compressed, heated and hardened carbon residue. Ultimately, deep crustal burial of organic carbon layers derived from plants, algae or microbes living in mats on the sea bed can result in pressed, cooked and rendered layers of carbon graphite in metamorphosed sedimentary material.
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Rocks & Gold - How rocks tell you where to find gold.
 
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Rocks & Gold - How rocks tell you where to find gold. For more of my gold finding strategy take a look at the "20-20 Prospecting report" - Click here for 20/20 info - http://goo.gl/BeAi6m Also take a look at my recent gold prospector's hangout on "Mining Gold Traps" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT67xZU1xnA Prospector Jess from http://hunting4gold.com shows how rocks and gold clues go together. The story rocks tell about where to find gold using rock and mineral evidence. Just what you are looking for. What is the nature of the rocks that surround gold bearing placer deposits? Watch to get some ideas about how to find gold. Good Prospecting! Prospector Jess
Help me identify this rock
 
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#oregon #geology #labradorite #spectrolite or #greenopal #opal #handpolished #rockhunting #rockhound #thatoregonlife #nature #treasure #beautiful
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See these obects we found
 
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Hunt these items on our Ranches and Farms... Call 215 651 8329 http://www.huntingrelics.com How Does Wood Become Petrified? In order for the petrified wood you see here to become petrified, the wood must first be covered with such agents as volcanic ash, volcanic mud flows, sediments in lakes and swamps or material washed in by violent floods - by any means which would exclude oxygen and thus prevent decay. A number of mineral substances (such as calcite, pyrite, marcasite) can cause wood to petrify, but by far the most common is silica. Solutions of silica dissolved in ground water infiltrate the buried wood and through a complex chemical process are precipitated and left in the individual plant cells. Here the silica may take a variety of forms; it may be agate, jasper, chalcedony or opal. The beautiful and varied colors of fossil wood are caused by the presence of other minerals that enter the wood in solution with the silica. Iron oxides stain the wood orange, rust, red or yellow. Manganese oxides produce blues, blacks or purple.
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Chrysocolla Weave Ring - Twitch Creative Stream
 
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Edited version of my jewelry stream on 9.25.17 @ www.twitch.tv/LadyVonFrost Love this piece? If its still for sale, you'll find it in my Etsy Store: https://www.etsy.com/listing/548327228/chrysocolla-sterling-silver-weave-ring?ref=listing-shop-header-2 To visit my store directly, click here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/vonFrostJewelry Have a custom jewelry request? I'd love to make it live on stream. Contact me via Twitch or Etsy to discuss the piece.
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Banded iron formation
 
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Video Software we use: https://amzn.to/2KpdCQF Ad-free videos. You can support us by purchasing something through our Amazon-Url, thanks :) Banded iron formations are distinctive units of sedimentary rock that are almost always of Precambrian age.A typical BIF consists of repeated, thin layers of silver to black iron oxides, either magnetite or hematite , alternating with bands of iron-poor shales and cherts, often red in color, of similar thickness, and containing microbands of iron oxides.Some of the oldest known rock formations, formed over 3,700 million years ago, include banded iron layers.Banded layers rich in iron were mostly deposited between 2,400 and 1,900 mya. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Wilson44691 License: Public domain Author(s): Wilson44691 (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Wilson44691) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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Geode
 
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Geodes (Greek γεώδης - ge-ōdēs, "earthlike") are geological secondary structures which occur in certain sedimentary and volcanic rocks. They are themselves of sedimentary origin formed by chemical precipitation. Geodes are essentially hollow, loosely spheroid to oblate masses of mineral matter that may have formed from either of two different processes: by the filling of vesicles (gas bubbles) in volcanic to sub-volcanic rocks by minerals deposited from hydrothermal fluids or This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Adventure Time (UP Michigan Day 5)
 
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Today we head to Canyon Falls, Champion, and Jasper Knob Banded Iron Formation.
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Amber, Copal, Plastic or Glass? Gemology contest - Pietre Preziose 6
 
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Gemology Contest for prizes - Concorso di Gemmologia. Guess the Gemstone - Indovina la Pietra Preziosa. Question 6: A Amber B Copal C Plastic D Glass Dedicato a mia figlia Ambra , una bambina che attualmente ha quasi 3 mesi. La mia Super Gemma Preziosa ha due occhioni blu puro, dal tono medio e saturazione ultra vivida, ma soprattutto ha un cuore colore Ambra grande cosi !! L'Istituto Gemmologico Genovese mette in palio un Diamante naturale di 0,50 ct, Colore H, Clarity Vs1 e Cut Very Good. Il primo che indovina quali sono gli esatti nomi di tutte e 50 le Gemme mostrate nei 50 video della playlist Concorso di Gemmologia, sarà premiato in diretta Youtube sul nostro canale Gemmologico Genovese. Inserite le risposte nelle relative sezioni dei commenti sotto ai video. I video li trovate nella playlist Concorso di Gemmologia. Quale Gemma, imitazione di Gemma o Gemma Sintetica è filmata nel video? A Ambra B Copale C Plastica D Vetro Argomento di Gemmologia del giorno: Ambra. L' Ambra è un materiale organico, originato come resina che trasudava dagli alberi. La resina si depositò sotto forma di sedimenti e durante gli anni, almeno un milione, si è fossilizzata in Ambra. La grande differenza tra Ambra e Copale è solo una questione anagrafica. Mentre la plastica e il vetro hanno un peso specifico solitamente ben superiore a quello dell'Ambra, il Copale invece, ne possiede un peso specifico piuttosto simile e infatti la grande differenza tra le due Pietre Preziose risiede solo in una mera questione anagrafica. L'Ambra è una resina collosa con più di 120 milioni di anni di storia. Parte come resina collosa prodotta dai pini, dopodiché indurisce negli anni: per anni intendiamo almeno un milione di anni, altrimenti non si può considerare Ambra, bensì Copale. Per questo motivo l'Ambra è più dura del Copale, poiché ha avuto più tempo per indurire e noi gemmologi possiamo sfruttare queste informazioni per le nostre analisi. L'Ambra è una delle poche Pietre Preziose che presenta triboelettricità. Infatti può acquisire carica elettrica quando viene a contatto frizionale con alcuni materiali. La triboelettricità quindi è un fenomeno in cui alcune cariche elettriche vengono trasferite nel momento in cui si genera tensione tra materiali diversi. Il risultato della triboelettricità non è sempre prevedibile. Nel caso delle Pietre Preziose di Ambra, basta strofinarle con la mano e loro riescono a calamitare foglie secche e lana. Le inclusioni tipiche dell'Ambra si chiamano Sun Spangles. Le inclusioni Sun Spangles hanno forma di lustrini dorati. L'Istituto Gemmologico Genovese nasce con scopi didattici e con l'obiettivo di insegnare Gemmologia Edelsteine agli appassionati delle Pietre Preziosi e dei Gioielli. Iscriviti al nostro canale youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE4HxFFklFAykHkOJ2JXDAQ per poter vedere Pietre Preziose, Diamanti e i video di Gemologia Edelsteine che escono il primo di ogni mese. After my daughter Amber, a 3 month old baby with eyes blue color, medium tone and super vivid saturation! And a very amazing Amber color heart!! Amber is an organic material that originated as resin emitted by the bark of trees more than one million of years ago.The resin was deposited in sediments and fossilized into Amber. Amber is a soft material and is usually fashioned as cabochons, beads, bracelets, earrings, carvings, rings, and various items. Amber is a triboelectric Gemstone because when it comes into a frictional contact with certain materials, like wool, dead leaves or straw, it becomes electrically charged. The triboelectric effect was first discovered by th Pre-Socratic Philosophy Thales of Miletus . Gemological Institute of Genoa, the most beloved by surfers, presents: Gemological contest for prizes. Give 50 right answers to 50 questions in order to win a real half-carat natural Diamond with these features: H Color, Clarity VS1 and Cut Very Good. Enter the answers into the comments section below. The Gemological Institute of Genoa will reward the first one who will exacxtly answer the 50 questions in the 50 videos of the playlist Gemology Contest. What Gem, Gem imitation or Synthetic Gem is framed in this video? A Amber B Copal C Plastic D Glass What a beautiful sun spangles! Is this Gemstone Amber or Copal? Amber is tree resin hardened in the years. If the material is not one milion year old, it's not Amber, but Copal. Copal is softer than Amber because it hasn't had enough time to harden. Sometimes Amber occurs with typical and amazing sun spangles inclusions. Subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE4HxFFklFAykHkOJ2JXDAQ so you can watch Gemstones, Diamonds and the new Gemology videos we create every first of the month. Gemology and Pietre Preziose are Spellbinding! Keep in touch with us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/gemmologico/ On our websites: https://gemologicalinstituteofgenoa.com/ https://www.istitutogemmologico.com/
What is this stone / fossil/ Rock/ mineral? Are there any petrology experts?
 
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It's of a flat circular shape , looks like a flattened mushroom head in a way. It is thicker in the middle (maybe max 5mm) and thinner towards the edges. Suggestions so far: petrified wood, sand dollar and some sort of fossil. I'm no expert, but doesn't look like any of the above. It has a metallic sheen to it and is heavy for its size. It also seems to have "grown" outward from the middle, but again, I'm not sure and that's why I'm asking for help. Thank you
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