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Posted in response to Help Mining Pegmatite Wanted from Marc Hall on January 07, 2008 at 18:11:24:

Re: Help Mining Pegmatite Wanted

I am currently a Chemistry student at Keene State College as well as a very active mineral collector. I don't have any certifications in blasting or using heavy equipment, but I have good knowledge in the subjects of mineralogy and chemistry and I can help identify minerals via instrumentation during the school year if needed.

What kind of Pegmatite are you working? Is it a simple type or complex replacement type, and what type of minerals are you going after.

I have done extensive work collecting at Old Mine Park and the surrounding mineral localities in Trumbull, CT.

I am also an avid member of

Please contact me back using email- I check it several times a day.

-Jeremy Zolan

From Jeremy Zolan - January 10, 2008 at 08:19:49

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