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Stringbean Alley Decline Portal, Lincoln-Comet Mine, Kalifornien
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Stringbean Alley Decline Portal, Lincoln-Comet Mine, Kalifornien
Mundloch von Stringbean Alley Decline (Rampe), Lincoln-Comet Mine in Sutter Creek, Kalifornien. Foto aufgenommen in Juni 2011, vor Einstellung des Besucherbergwerks wegen anstehender Betriebsaufnahme.
Copyright: Manganit; Contribution: Manganit
Collection: Sutter Gold Mining
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Amador Co./Jackson-Plymouth District/Sutter Creek/Lincoln-Comet Mine
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Stringbean Alley Decline Portal, Lincoln-Comet Mine, Kalifornien

Mundloch von Stringbean Alley Decline (Rampe), Lincoln-Comet Mine in Sutter Creek, Kalifornien. Foto aufgenommen in Juni 2011, vor Einstellung des Besucherbergwerks wegen anstehender Betriebsaufnahme.

Collection: Sutter Gold Mining
Copyright: Manganit
Contribution: Manganit 2011-07-19
Dante's View - Death Valley
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Dante's View - Death Valley
Black Mountains. Foto: Dale Housely / National Park Service
Copyright: Public Domain; Contribution: bardenoki
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Inyo Co./Death Valley National Park
Image: 1193219298
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Dante's View - Death Valley

Black Mountains. Foto: Dale Housely / National Park Service

Copyright: Public Domain
Contribution: bardenoki 2007-10-24
Kennedy Mine, Sutter Creek, Kalifornien
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Kennedy Mine, Sutter Creek, Kalifornien
Ehemaliges Schacht-Gerüst auf Halde des Goldbergwerks "Kennedy Mine" in Sutter Creek, Amador County, Kalifornien. Die "Kennedy Mine" baute auf denselben Erzfall wie die benachbarte "Argonaut Mine", dem reichsten der Mother Lode mit fast 3 Millionen Unzen Gold (~100 Tonnen).
Copyright: Manganit; Contribution: Manganit
Collection: Manganit
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Amador Co./Jackson-Plymouth District/Jackson/Kennedy Mine
Image: 1311184600
Rating: 7 (votes: 2)
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Kennedy Mine, Sutter Creek, Kalifornien

Ehemaliges Schacht-Gerüst auf Halde des Goldbergwerks "Kennedy Mine" in Sutter Creek, Amador County, Kalifornien. Die "Kennedy Mine" baute auf denselben Erzfall wie die benachbarte "Argonaut Mine",...

Collection: Manganit
Copyright: Manganit
Contribution: Manganit 2011-07-20

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Mineral images (1172 Images total)

Krauskopfit (weiß)
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Krauskopfit (weiß)
Größe: 60x35 mm; Fundort: Esquire No. 1 claim, Rush Creek, Fresno Co., Kalifornien, USA
Copyright: Paul Bongaerts; Contribution: slugslayer
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Fresno Co./Rush Creek/Esquire No. 1 Claim
Mineral: Krauskopfite
Image: 1264100209
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Krauskopfit (weiß)

Größe: 60x35 mm; Fundort: Esquire No. 1 claim, Rush Creek, Fresno Co., Kalifornien, USA

Copyright: Paul Bongaerts
Contribution: slugslayer 2010-01-21
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Gold
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Gold
Größe: 12,4 x 11,2 cm; Fundort: Kalifornien, USA
Copyright: Rock Currier; Contribution: slugslayer
Collection: Harvard University
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)
Mineral: Gold
Image: 1291154415
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Gold

Größe: 12,4 x 11,2 cm; Fundort: Kalifornien, USA

Collection: Harvard University
Copyright: Rock Currier
Contribution: slugslayer 2010-11-30
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Neptunit
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Neptunit
Größe: 3,3 mm; Fundort: Mina Numero Uno, New Idria District, San Benito Co., Kalifornien (California), USA
Copyright: Matteo Chinellato; Contribution: Hg
Collection: Domenico Preite
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/San Benito Co./New Idria District/Mina Numero Uno
Mineral: Neptunite
Image: 1313999205
Rating: 9 (votes: 2)
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Neptunit

Größe: 3,3 mm; Fundort: Mina Numero Uno, New Idria District, San Benito Co., Kalifornien (California), USA

Collection: Domenico Preite
Copyright: Matteo Chinellato
Contribution: Hg 2011-08-22
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Minerals (Count: 1163)

Minerals (1163)

Rock images (7 Images total)

Cristobalit, Obsidian
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Cristobalit, Obsidian
Größe: 13,3 x 10,1 cm; Fundort: Siskiyou Co., Kalifornien, USA
Copyright: Jewels-Fine-Minerals; Contribution: slugslayer
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Siskiyou Co.
Mineral: Cristobalite
Rock: obsidian
Image: 1343621994
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Cristobalit, Obsidian

Größe: 13,3 x 10,1 cm; Fundort: Siskiyou Co., Kalifornien, USA

Copyright: Jewels-Fine-Minerals
Contribution: slugslayer 2012-07-30
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Cristobalit in Obsidian
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Cristobalit in Obsidian
Größe: 34x31x20 mm; Fundort: Canyon Butte, Siskiyou Co., Kalifornien, USA
Copyright: Rob Lavinsky; Contribution: slugslayer
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Siskiyou Co./Canyon Butte (Couger Butte)
Mineral: Cristobalite
Rock: obsidian
Image: 1263934102
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Cristobalit in Obsidian

Größe: 34x31x20 mm; Fundort: Canyon Butte, Siskiyou Co., Kalifornien, USA

Copyright: Rob Lavinsky
Contribution: slugslayer 2010-01-19
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Cristobalit in Obsidian
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Cristobalit in Obsidian
Größe: 60x59x25 mm; Fundort: Canyon Butte, Siskiyou Co., Kalifornien, USA
Copyright: Rob Lavinsky; Contribution: slugslayer
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Siskiyou Co./Canyon Butte (Couger Butte)
Mineral: Cristobalite
Rock: obsidian
Image: 1263934588
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Cristobalit in Obsidian

Größe: 60x59x25 mm; Fundort: Canyon Butte, Siskiyou Co., Kalifornien, USA

Copyright: Rob Lavinsky
Contribution: slugslayer 2010-01-19
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Rocks (Count: 83)

Fossil images (80 Images total)

Mammuthus columbi
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Mammuthus columbi
Montiertes Skelett von Mammuthus columbi im Page Museum, La Brea Tar Pits, Los Angeles, Kalifornien.
Copyright: Wikipedia-User: WolfmanSF; Contribution: oliverOliver
Collection: Page Museum La Brea Tar Pits
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Los Angeles Co./Los Angeles/La Brea Tar Pits
Fossil: Mammuthus columbi
Image: 1424109561
License: Creative Commons - Attribution Share Alike (CC-BY-SA) V.3.0
Mammuthus columbi

Montiertes Skelett von Mammuthus columbi im Page Museum, La Brea Tar Pits, Los Angeles, Kalifornien.

Collection: Page Museum La Brea Tar Pits
Copyright: Wikipedia-User: WolfmanSF
Contribution: oliverOliver 2015-02-16
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Silifizertes Nadelholz
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Silifizertes Nadelholz
Silifiziertes Holz (Konifere, Pinaceae) mit traubigem Chalzedon; Querschnitt 5 x 6,5 cm (7 cm langes Endstück); Tropico Group, Miozän; FO: Boron Dry Lake, nahe Boron, Kalifornien / USA
Copyright: Wolfgang Putz; Contribution: oliverOliver
Collection: Wolfgang Putz, Collection number: 666
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Kern Co./Kramer District/Boron/Boron Dry Lake
Fossil: Pinaceae
Image: 1572383221
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Silifizertes Nadelholz (SNr: 666)

Silifiziertes Holz (Konifere, Pinaceae) mit traubigem Chalzedon; Querschnitt 5 x 6,5 cm (7 cm langes Endstück); Tropico Group, Miozän; FO: Boron Dry Lake, nahe Boron, Kalifornien / USA

Collection: Wolfgang Putz
Copyright: Wolfgang Putz
Contribution: oliverOliver 2019-10-29
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Isurus planus
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Isurus planus
Isurus planus; Lateralzahn, ca. 4cm; Miozän. Sharktooth Hill, Kalifornien, USA
Copyright: AZRAEL; Contribution: bardenoki
Location: USA/Kalifornien (California)/Kern Co./Bakersfield/Shark Tooth Hill
Fossil: Isurus planus
Image: 1165352241
Rating: 9.5 (votes: 2)
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Isurus planus

Isurus planus; Lateralzahn, ca. 4cm; Miozän. Sharktooth Hill, Kalifornien, USA

Copyright: AZRAEL
Contribution: bardenoki 2006-12-05
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Fossils (Count: 136)

Subsidiary Pages

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

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GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) 6HRvbSYa-kizeNfnC1EgHA
GUID (Global unique identifier) 6D6F74E8-1A26-48FA-B378-D7E70B51201C
Database ID 1376