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Bartholomew, Paul (full)
Paul
Bartholomew
Ph.D.
Practitioner in Residence
Arts & Sciences
Biology and Environmental Science
About

    Research Interests

    Through the studies of geoloy and environmental science, I am interested in the compositional extent of truly metamorphic minerals including the total compositional range (in nature) of rock-forming metamorphic minerals. I am also interested in emerging technologies for identifying and analyzing minerals. I am currently developing the technology and methodology for applying Raman Spectroscopy to routine mineral identification. I also have interests in the science of gem materials and gem deposits.
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    Education

    Ph.D. Geology, University of British Columbia

    M.Sc. Geology, University of British Columbia

    B.S. Geology, University of Minnesota

    Selected Publications

    Bartholomew, P.R., Mancini, F., Cahill, C., Harlow, G., Deifel, N., and Bernhardt, H. (Submitted to the Journal) Greenwoodite, a New Nesosilicate From British Columbia with a Ba-VOH Coupled Substitution and Tetrahedral Fe: Description and Structure. Canadian Mineralogist.

    Bartholomew, P.R. (2011) Is Raman ready for prime time? Comparing the mineral identification success rate of Raman spectroscopy and powder XRD. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 43, #5, 232.

    Bartholomew, P.R., Mancini, F., Cahill, C., Harlow, G., and Bernhardt, H. (2005) Zoltaiite, a new barium-vanadium nesosubsilicate mineral from British Columbia: Description and crystal structure. American Mineralogist, 90, 1655-1660.

    Bartholomew, P.R. (1993) Mineral chemistry of some metamorphosed Shuswap-area mineral deposits (82L,M). British Columbia Geological Survey Branch, Paper 1993-1, 255-257.

    Bartholomew, P.R., Lund, R. and Kemp, A. (1992) The mineralization of fish dental hard tissues. In: P. Smith, ed., Structure, Function and Evolution of Teeth. Fruend, Tel-Aviv.

    Cuomo, M.C., and Bartholomew, P.R. (1991) Pelletal black shale fabrics: their origin and significance. In: Tyson, R.V. and Pearson, T.H. (eds) Modern and Ancient Continental Shelf Anoxia. Geological Society of London Special Publication No. 58.

    Klerks, P.L., and Bartholomew, P.R. (1991) Cadmium accumulation and detoxification in a Cd-resistant population of the Oligochaete Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri. Aquatic Toxicology, 19, 97-112.

    Bartholomew, P.R. (1989) Interpretation of the solution properties of Fe-Mg olivines and aqueous Fe-Mg chlorides from ion-exchange experiments. American Mineralogist, 74, 37-49.