John A. Jaszczak - Mineralogical Publications

"Relationship between structure, morphology, and carbon isotopic composition of graphite in marbles: Implications for calcite-graphite carbon isotope thermometry." M. Satish-Kumar, J. A. Jaszczak, T. Hamamatsu, and H. Wada. American Mineralogist 96 470-485 (2011).

"Searching for graphite in "God's Own Country"." J. A. Jaszczak, Mineral News 25(12), 1-2, 4-6 (2009).

"The Graphites of New York: Scientific and Aesthetic Surprises" J. A. Jaszczak, S. C. Chamberlain, and G. W. Robinson.
Rocks & Minerals 84 502-519 (2009).

"Naturally occurring graphite cones"
J. A. Jaszczak, G. W. Robinson, S. Dimovski and Y. Gogotsi,
Carbon 41 2085-2092 (2003).
(Preprint version is available here.)

"Multiple length scale growth spirals on metamorphic graphite {001} s urfaces studied by atomic force microscopy"
J. Rakovan and J. A. Jaszczak, American Mineralogist 87 (2002) 17-24.

"Palache's 'Contributions to the Mineralogy of Sterling Hill:
The 900-Foot Level Revisited." 2000 George F. Kunz Competition Papers.
First Prize winner. Sponsored by the New York Mineralogical Club.
J.A. Jaszczak Matrix: A Journal of the History of Minerals 8 (2000) 137-149; The Picking Table 42 (2001) 6-15.

"Spherical and Triskelial Graphite from Gooderham, Ontario, Canada"
J. A. Jaszczak and G. W. Robinson.
Rocks & Minerals 75 (2000) 172-173.

"Disclinations in unusual graphite crystals from anorthosites of Ukraine"
V. N. Kvasnitsa, V. G. Yatsenko and J. A. Jaszczak.
Canadian Mineralogist 37(4) (1999) 951-960.

"Unusual Graphite Crystals from the Lime Crest quarry, Sparta New Jersey."
J. A. Jaszczak, Rocks & Minerals, 72 (1997) 330-334.

"Zincite Comes to Light," J. A. Jaszczak and S. J. Dyl, II.
co-published in: The Picking Table 36 (1995) 18-21;
Matrix: A Journal of the History of Minerals 4 (1995) 55-58.

"Graphite: Flat, Fibrous, and Spherical", J. A. Jaszczak in
Mesomolecules: From Molecules to Materials,
edited by G.D. Mendenhall, A. Greenberg, and J.F. Liebman,
(Chapman and Hall, New York, 1995) pp. 161-180.

"Pyrite and Marcasite Intergrowths from Northern Illinois"
R. P. Richards, E. L. Clopton, and J. A. Jaszczak,
Mineralogical Record, 26 (1995) 129-138.

"Famous Graphite Crystals from Sterling Hill, New Jersey,"
J. A. Jaszczak, The Picking Table 35(2), 6-11 (1994).

"Quasicrystals: Novel Forms of Solid Matter"
J. A. Jaszczak, Mineralogical Record, 25 (1994) 85-93.

"Graphite from Crestmore, California"
J. A. Jaszczak, Mineralogical Record, 22 (1991) 427-432.