EMU Notes in Mineralogy

The EMU Notes in Mineralogy present in a condensed form an up-to-date overview of a single topic of interest to the broader geoscience community. The volumes may be accompanied by a summer school.

The Notes in Mineralogy are published together by the European Mineralogical Union and the Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

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Volumes 8–20

Vol. 20 (2019) The Contribution of Mineralogy to Cultural Heritage (G. Artioli and R. Oberti, editors)

Vol. 19 (2017) Mineralogical Crystallogrpahy (J. Plášil, J. Majzlan and S. Krivovichev, editors)

Vol. 18 (2017) Mineral fibres: Crystal chemistry, chemical-physical properties, biological interaction and toxicity (A.F. Gualtieri, editor)

Vol. 17 (2017) Redox-reactive Minerals: Properties, Reactions and Applications in Clean Technologies (I.A.M. Ahmed and K.A. Hudson-Edwards, editors)

Vol. 16 (2017) Mineral reaction kinetics: Microstructures, textures, chemical and isotopic signatures(W. Heinrich and R. Abart, eds)

Vol. 15 (2015): Planetary Mineralogy (M.R. Lee and H. Leroux, editors)

Vol. 14 (2013): Minerals at the Nanoscale (F. Nieto and K.J.T. Livi, editors)

Vol. 13 (2013): Environmental Mineralogy II (D.J. Vaughan and R.A. Wogelius, editors)

Vol. 12 (2012): Raman Spectroscopy applied to Earth Sciences and Cultural Heritage (J. Dubessy, M.C. Caumon and F. Rull, editors)

Vol. 11 (2011): Layered mineral structures and their application in advanced technologies (M.F. Brigatti and A. Mottana, editors)

Vol. 10 (2010): Ion partitioning in ambient-temperature aqueous systems (M. Prieto and H. Stoll, editors)

Vol. 9 (2010): Industrial minerals: significance and important characteristics (G. Christidis, editor)

Vol. 8 (2010): Nanoscopic approaches in Earth and planetary sciences (F. Brenker and G. Jordan, editors)

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Volumes 1-7: information is available from the following links:

Vol. 1 (1997): Modular aspects of minerals (448 pages) (S. Merlino, ed.)

Vol. 2 (2000): Environmental mineralogy (434 pages) (D.J. Vaughan and R. Wogelius, eds.)

Vol. 3 (2001): Solid solutions in silicate and oxide systems (465 pages) (C.A. Geiger, ed.)

Vol. 4 (2002): Energy modelling in minerals (C. Gramaccioli, ed.)

Vol 5 (2003): Ultrahigh pressure metamorphism (D.A. Carswell & R. Compagnoni. eds.)

Vol 6 (2004): Spectroscopic methods in mineralogy (A. Beran & E. Libowitzky, eds.)

Vol 7 (2005): Mineral behaviour at extreme conditions (R. Miletich, ed.)

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