January 2002

January 2002 Vol.32 Num.1

A Closer Look at Gold

Humans have been drawn to it for millennia

by Bob Jones

The Gold Prospector's Equipment Guide

Everything you need to start finding gold

by Gail Butler

Kartchner Caverns' Unseen Chambers

Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

by Bob Jones

The Carlin Trend

North America's richest gold strike

by Steve Voynick

Staying Alive

Rising gold prices may someday bring this sleeping mine back to life

by Kathleen Connell

Finding Gold in Arizona

Your treasure map for recreational prospecting

by Sheri Weinberger

Quartzsite from the Air

A bird's-eye view belies the hustle and bustle

by Bill Evans

Recreational Gold Prospecting Vs. the Environment

Does our hobby pose a threat to nature?

by Gail Butler

Circle of Gold

To placer miners, it was the Paris of the North

by Roger McPherson

New Mexico's Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness

These badlands form the boundary between the dinosaurs and mammals

by Steve Voynick

Field Trips

Thunder Bay Lace Agate

In situ veins make this an unusual deposit

by Kenneth H. Rohn


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