2 edition of Notes on Nebraska fulgurites found in the catalog.
Notes on Nebraska fulgurites
Erwin Hinckley Barbour
|Statement||by Erwin Hinckley Barbour.|
|Series||Bulletin / Nebraska State Museum -- v. 1, no. 6, Bulletin (University of Nebraska State Museum) -- v. 1, no. 6.|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .N35 v.1, no.6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. -48 :|
|Number of Pages||48|
"Fossils on the Floor in the Nebraska State Capitol" ($) is an activities and coloring book geared toward children of all ages. Black-and-white pictures of the mosaics are paired with scientific drawings. Readers can choose their own colors for images and complete questions and activities. Fulgurite, a glassy silica mineral (lechatelierite or amorphous SiO 2) fused in the heat from a lightning ite is a common mineral with two varieties. Sand fulgurites, the more common, are branching, more or less cylindrical tubes that are about one centimetre (one-half inch) to several centimetres in diameter; they are commonly less than 3 metres (10 feet) long but sometimes reach.
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The notes seek to aid the reader of Ulysses in several different ways: supplying necessary background information about matters referenced in the narrative; indicating ways in which this information may shape one’s reading of a passage; and directing the reader to other passages in Ulysses that are in some way closely related. This method. An Iron Fulgurite from Nebraska Originally published in The Nebraska State Museum Bulletin, Vol. 4, Number 5, September, HAROLD J. COOK Manganese Fulgurites Originally published in The Nebraska State Museum Bulletin, Vol. 1, Number 5, June, ABRAM E. ANDERSON Sand Fulgurites from Nebraska, Their Structure and Formative Factors.
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The Bibliography of Fulgurites is a comprehensive list of scholarly articles, books, published reports, etc., primarily focused on the study of fulgurites. At this time the bibliography contains a total of bibliographic citations, the oldest of which dates back to For additional information on the Public Service Commission see: Nebraska Blue Book,p.
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Author: C. M Riley. In this book, scientist Matthew Pasek gives the background science on fulgurites: where they are found, how they form, and the unusual nature of some of their minerals and elements.
As a leading researcher investigating fulgurites, Pasek gives a background that is up-to-date and based in sound science.5/5(6). Notes on Nebraska Fulgurites (The University of Nebraska, Bulletin of the Nebraska State Museum, Volume 1, Bulletin 6, pp. Barbour, Erwin Hinckley. Published by The University of Nebraska.
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""Notes" fromNebraska Bird Review (Sept ) 56(3)." (). Fulgurites are often colors other than gray, such as red, depending on the composition of the rocks beneath.
Sand fulgurites radiate downward and outward in the sand beneath a lightning strike. The super heated moisture and air in the sand expand explosively, forming tubes lined with molten glass.
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