The Australian Journal of Mineralogy

Australian Journal of Mineralogy (AJM) had a real turn-around story for 2017. After a long absence the AJM is being revitalised under new editorial management and the first issue published by the new Operations Group came out in June, and was very well received. They will now returning the journal to a bi-annual publication.

Each issue contains a wealth of material including over 40 pages of lavishly illustrated articles on minerals, mineral localities and mines, book reviews and heaps more! All published on high quality stock with great colour photography. It’s a must-have for all with an interest in Australian mineralogy!

Within Australia:
Subscription (two issues): AUD$32.00 for two issues includes GST & Postage (rate within Australia)

Overseas:
Subscription (two issues): AUD$39.00 includes postage (rate for Overseas)

Contributions

Contributions on all aspects of mineralogy are welcome. Please email the editor at [email protected]. To subscribe or order your copy, please email the Subscription Manager, Geert Buters, at [email protected] and he will assist you with your enquiry. The latest information will be posted to the official AJM Facebook page. www.facebook.com/AJMPublications

Information on back issues can be found on http://www.mineral.org.au/pubs/ajm.html

Past Issues of the Australian Journal of Mineralogy

Australian Journal Mineralogy Vol 19 No 01

Volume 19 – No 1 2018

This issues features Phosphate Minerals of the Hagendorf Sud Pegmatite, Mineral Diversity, and Datolite from Albion Park, NSW. Other articles include Mica, and of course there is What’s new around Australia.

Australian Journal of Mineralogy Vol 18 Issue 2

Volume 18 – No 2 2017

Features in the latest issue include articles on gem fluorite from Rumsby, datolite and associated zeolites from a quarry near Allandale, complex smokeys from Manuka, and a report on a euclase crystal from only the second euclase locality in Australia, which revealed a surprise. Other items include ‘green’ mineral cleaning, a report on the Hahndorf seminar, and Steve Sorrell’s ‘What’s new around Australia’.