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The following topics are currently covered by the MineralCommodity Summaries: domestic production and uses; U.S. salientstatistics; recycling; import sources; tariff; depletionallowance; government stockpile; events, trends, and issues;world production, reserves, and reserve base; world resources;and substitutes.
Tags: AY = Antarctica, Abrasives, Alumina, Aluminum, Antimony, All tags...
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The Minerals Yearbook is an annual publication that reviews themineral industry of the United States and foreign countries. Itcontains statistical data on materials and minerals and includesinformation on economic and technical trends and developments.The yearbook is published in three volumes: Volume I, Metalsand Minerals; Volume II, Area Reports, Domestic; and Volume III,Area Reports, International.Volume I metal and minerals chapters contain an untitledintroduction, a statement on domestic data coverage, and anoutlook section. Optional topics are: legislative andgovernment programs, production, environment, consumption,stocks, transportation, prices, foreign trade, world reviewincluding individual country summaries...
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Apatite (Ca5(PO4)3(Cl/F/OH)) and rutile (TiO2) samples were collected by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) from the iron oxide-apatite-rare earth element (IOA-REE) and iron oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) deposits hosted by the Mesoproterozoic, St. Francois Mountains terrane, southeast Missouri. Samples were prepared and analyzed for direct age dating on a laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer (LA-ICP-MS) system at the USGS in Denver, Colorado from May 2016 to June 2019.
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The exploration for porphyry deposits in some parts of Alaska may require unconventional exploration geochemical methods, depending on type of cover. The Taurus deposit and others in the region are mostly concealed by residual soils that in part include ash and loess, and therefore traditional stream sediment samples typically contain subdued geochemical signatures. Indicator mineral studies include collection of stream sediment samples and analysis using automated SEM mineralogical techniques. The presence of select minerals in the stream sediments may indicate mineralization. In addition, the chemistry of specific minerals may be used to distinguish a hydrothermal origin as opposed to others, and include apatite,...
In recent years it has become apparent that the novel properties of nanomaterials may predispose them to a hitherto unknown potential for toxicity. A number of recent toxicological studies of nanomaterials exist, but these appear to be fragmented and often contradictory. Such discrepancies may be, at least in part, due to poor description of the nanomaterial or incomplete characterization, including failure to recognise impurities, surface modifications or other important physicochemical aspects of the nanomaterial. Here we make a case for the importance of good quality, well-characterized nanomaterials for future toxicological studies, combined with reliable synthesis protocols, and we present our efforts to generate...
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The Mineral Industry Surveys series reports commodityproduction, consumption, stocks, and trade information. Reportsmay also contain price information or report on industrydevelopments.
Tags: AY = Antarctica, Abrasives, Alumina, Aluminum, Antimony, All tags...


    map background search result map search result map Mineral Industry Surveys (with month, year, and commodity name) In situ U-Pb dating of apatite and rutile from St. Francois Mountains IOA and IOCG deposits, southeast Missouri Electron Probe Microanalyses of apatite, rutile, and titanite from stream sediment and rock samples in the eastern Tanacross quadrangle, eastern Alaska In situ U-Pb dating of apatite and rutile from St. Francois Mountains IOA and IOCG deposits, southeast Missouri Electron Probe Microanalyses of apatite, rutile, and titanite from stream sediment and rock samples in the eastern Tanacross quadrangle, eastern Alaska Mineral Industry Surveys (with month, year, and commodity name)