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The hobby of the rockhound has many different aspects. We are collectors of minerals and fossils and craftsmen in many types of lapidary arts. Knowledge, skill, and areas of interest are the rock hound’s choice. Some of us are purists, who insist on doing all of our collecting and work in...

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The Monongahela Rockhounds are a mineral, fossil, and lapidary club in the Pittsburgh area. Our mission is to: promote, among its members and the general public, an interest in collection of minerals, fossils, and associated items; promote their use in lapidary work; and promote the study and...

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The Tule Gem and Mineral Society represents Tulare County, California.  We are a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing knowledge of the lapidary arts and techniques, geology, mineralogy and preservation of nature. Our areas of interest include lapidary work (cutting and polishing rocks,...

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The function of this data service is to provide programmatic access to the information stored in the Paleobiology Database. Our goal is to make the entire database accessible by means of this service, so that anyone can write client software that interacts with it.

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The Fallbrook Gem & Mineral Society (FGMS) consists of a group of individuals who share common interests in gems, minerals, jewelry, geology, paleontology, and the related earth sciences and lapidary arts.

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The Maryland Geological Survey has been an agency within the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) since 1969. With a reorganization of DNR in 1995, the Survey is now a division of DNR's Resource Assessment Service. Its primary mission concerns geologic studies, including geologic mapping,...

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The Southern California Paleontological Society, founded January 5, 1960, is a non-profit organization which pledges itself to work in cooperation with scientific institutions and for the preservation of the fossil record. Participation is invited in the program to collect, preserve, and study...

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Our Purpose is to promote popular interest and education in the earth sciences, including geology, mineralogy, paleontology, the lapidary arts, and related subjects; to sponsor and provide means of coordinating the work and efforts of persons and groups with similar interests; and by and through...

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This club is dedicated to the pursuit of Rockhounding in all of its phases and to the education and guidance of its members and the public in the furtherance of this hobby.

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The California Independent Petroleum Association (CIPA) is a non-profit, non-partisan trade association representing approximately 500 independent crude oil and natural gas producers, royalty owners, and service and supply companies operating in California.  Our members represent approximately...

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The Catawba Valley Gem and Mineral Club's purpose is to increase knowledge of the earth sciences; hold exhibitions, field trips, contests, and lectures; promote fellowship and exchange of ideas; and to aid development of lapidary and related arts and skills.

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We are a section 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization for the study and enjoyment of gems, minerals, and fossils. The purpose of the society is to promote popular interest and education in the various earth sciences, in particular those dealing with the art of lapidaries and the science of...

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We support rockhounds in Coeur d'Alene, Sandpoint, Post Falls, Rathdrum, Priest Lake, Hayden and all regions of the North Idaho Panhandle with field trips, workshops and our annual Gem, Mineral, Rock and Jewelry Show. The general objectives of our club are to promote interest and education in...

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The mission of the Pennsylvania Geological Survey is to serve the citizens of Pennsylvania by collecting, preserving, and disseminating impartial information on the Commonwealth's geology, geologic resources, and topography in order to contribute to the understanding, wise use, and conservation...

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The Wyoming Mining Association serves as a unified voice, providing value at a reasonable cost to its membership, by communicating, influencing, and promoting issues on behalf of the mining industry. WMA promotes the mining industry by communicating with elected officials, regulators, educators...

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The mission of the Austin Geological Society is to stimulate interest and promote advancement of geology; facilitate discussion and dissemination of geologic information; encourage social and professional cooperation among geologists and associated scientists; and to enhance public understanding...

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Monrovia Rockhounds (MOROKS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing knowledge of the lapidary arts, geology, mineralogy, and other related fields. We belong to both California Federation of Mineral Societies and the American Federation of Mineral Societies.

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The Tulsa Geological Society (TGS) is a non-profit organization of geologists and other geoscientists that share a common interest in geology. Our purpose is to educate and disseminate knowledge of and interest in the science of geology and related earth sciences, to promote the study and...

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USGS scientists visit classrooms and participate in science festivals, teaching resources, water information; Location: Lincoln, NE Each year USGS Outreach teams in Nebraska visit with hundreds of school-age children and adults to provide information about water, geology and earth science. Our...

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The FarWest Lapidary & Gem Society, Inc. was organized in 1962 devoted to the study of the Earth sciences and the practice of the lapidary arts and related crafts.

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The Massachusetts Geological Survey is housed in the Geosciences department at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. We have been in existence since Fall 2002 as the Office of the Massachusetts State Geologist and in 2010 changed to our present name. The office employs a number of geologists...

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We are dedicated to the study of geology, mineralogy, paleontology, archaeology, and lapidary.

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The Copper Country Rock and Mineral Club is an active organization of rock and mineral enthusiasts. Through field trips, programs, and activities, the Club gives people of all ages an opportunity to learn about and enjoy the magnificent world of rocks and minerals.

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The Kentucky Coal Association's membership represents both Eastern and Western Kentucky operations that mine coal through surface and underground methods. This diversity helps KCA build a consensus approach in problem solving and dealing with the complex issues facing our industry.

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We are The St. Louis Mineral & Gem Society, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. The "Gateway to the West" is also close to lots of interesting geology! Geodes, crystals, archeological super-sites, minerals, and fossils (some around 2 billion years old!) are day trips away from our front...

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Cedar Valley Rocks and Minerals Society was organized for the purpose of studying the sciences of mineralogy, geology, and paleontology and the arts of lapidary and gemology.

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The Central Arkansas Gem, Mineral and Geology Society is dedicated to promoting interest in mineralogy and the related sciences; interest in lapidary and the related arts; to encourage field trips and the enjoyment of collecting and preserving minerals; and the study of geological formations,...

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The Department of Land and Natural Resources, headed by an executive Board of Land and Natural Resources, is responsible for managing, administering, and exercising control over public lands, water resources, ocean waters, navigable streams, coastal areas (except commercial harbors), minerals,...

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The North Jeffco Gem and Mineral Club promotes interest in minerals, gems, rocks and fossils. It also tries to improve and expand the use of outdoor resources and to foster a spirit of cooperation and understanding with other clubs and agencies with similar interests. The North Jeffco Gem and...

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The Geology Section of the Peoria Academy of Science is dedicated to the study of all fields of the Earth Sciences, including geology, mineralogy, paleontology, conchology, and the lapidary arts. Educational programs relating to aspects of the earth sciences are presented at the monthly meetings...

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Vital to our mission is public awareness and understanding of Wyoming’s geologic, mineral, and energy resources. Our website is an education resource for you to discover Wyoming’s geologic past, present, and future. It includes a wide array of downloadable data sets and more than 350 free...

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Australia's national geological survey.

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Established in 1919, the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology (MBMG) continues to fulfill its mandate to collect and publish information on Montana's geology to promote orderly and responsible development of the energy, groundwater, and mineral resources of the State. A non-regulatory state...

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The Tulsa Rock and Mineral Society, Inc. was organized in May, 1958, to promote interest in rocks, minerals, fossils, artifacts, gem stones, lapidary, jewelry-making, and all forms of earth science. We also promote good fellowship among members by helping and teaching one another.

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This website provides information about groundwater, glossary, issues, youth programs, and ways to conserve and protect groundwater. The site also includes a "kids section."

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The Flagg Mineral Foundation was formed in 1962 with the goal of establishing a mineral museum in the Phoenix area. In addition to the museum, we hold local field trips, shows, and activities, promoting interest in earth science and the mineral collecting hobby.

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The McPherson Gem and Mineral Club is affiliated with the Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineralogical Societies  and the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies and abides by the AFMS Code of Ethics. Our objectives are to: promote and encourage education of earth sciences; provide an...

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The Southern Maryland Rock and Mineral Club was established in 1982.  We are sponsored by the Clearwater Nature Center, a Division of the Prince Georges County Department of Parks and Recreation and The Maryland National-Capital Park and Planning Commission. The club is for people interested in...

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The Corpus Christie Geological society is dedicated to furthering knowledge of geology and earth sciences. Memberships, presentations, educational resources, and outreach events are all available.

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First established in 1838, the Kentucky Geological Survey has investigated mineral, energy and water resources, and geologic hazards of Kentucky for 170 years. As the official geologic research organization for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, our mission is focused on research in earth resources...

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The San Francisco Gem & Mineral Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the education and enjoyment of it's members and the community at large with respect to rocks, minerals, gemstones, lapidary arts and all things related. We have monthly meetings, at the club's own clubhouse in...

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We are a fun-loving group of rockhounds who make unique pieces of jewelry and art. The purpose of this club is to foster interest in and to promote knowledge and appreciation of minerals, gems, fossils, and the earth sciences.

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Organized in 1967, the Heart of Wisconsin Gem and Mineral Society is a nonprofit, educational club dedicated to promoting interest and education in the earth sciences and lapidary arts. Members are of all ages and occupations and share a common interest in the earth and mineral kingdom.

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The North Jersey Mineralogical Society is a nonprofit educational organization. Our goal is to bring together people who have a common interest in the study of earth sciences and mineral collecting in the Northern New Jersey area. Our mission is to educate our membership and others on how to...

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The Permian Basin Geophysical Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promote the science of geophysics in the Permian Basin community.

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Our mission is to bring about a closer association of those interested in the earth sciences in all its many facets. To hold regular meetings and conduct field trips for collecting material to study and lapidary use to the benefit of the members and the public in general. To assemble and gather...

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The Geological Society of Australia gives members an outstanding opportunity to keep in touch with scientific developments, present the results of their work, and contribute to discussions on vocational and scientific topics. As the premier Australian geoscience society, membership provides an...

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The Montana Coal Council is a nonprofit industry association whose membership includes all major coal mine operators, holders of Montana coal reserves, those who ship the coal, utilities who use the coal, and numerous suppliers and businesses directly and indirectly involved in the coal industry...

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The Utah Geological Association (UGA) is a non-profit organization of geologists and other geoscientists that share a common interest in Utah’s geology. The purpose of the UGA is to increase and disperse geological information to the scientific community, and promote public awareness of the...

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