Natural occurrences of useful inorganic elements or compounds.
A methodology for conducting national-scale alluvial diamond resource potential and production capacity assessments, with a focus on artisanal mining [ More info] Geologic evidence, combined with geographical data and analyized through a geographic information system allows us to compare production statistics with likely resource estimates.
Alaska Resource Data Files [ More info] Downloadable descriptions of mines, prospects, and mineral occurrences for individual U.S. Geological Survey 1:250,000-scale quadrangles in Alaska.
Antimony: a flame fighter [ More info] Explains how we use this element, where it is found, and describes the worldwide supply and demand for this commodity.
Beryllium--important for national defense [ More info] How this element is used, where we get it, and prospects for worldwide supply and demand.
Carbonatite and alkaline intrusion-related rare earth element deposits--A deposit model [ More info] Describes where and how mineral deposits of this type are found, including chemical and mineralogical characteristics, as well as unsolved scientific questions surrounding their origin.
Carolina slate belt gold deposits in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia [ More info] Report of research on the Carolina slate belt and gold deposits in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia with geologic mapping, mineralogic, geochemical, and fluid evolution studies, radiogenic dating, and stable isotope studies.
China's rare-earth industry [ More info] Reviews production, consumption, and reserves and important policies and regulations regarding production and trade of rare earths, including recently announced export quotas.
Chromium makes stainless steel stainless [ More info] Explains how we use chromium, the types of mineral deposits in which we find it, and the economic factors affecting supply and demand of this commodity.
Cobalt-For strength and color [ More info] Explains how we use cobalt, where it comes from, and whether we have enough available.
Copper - A Metal for the Ages [ More info] Sources, uses, and patterns of consumption of copper worldwide
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