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GCAGS Transactions


Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions
Vol. 8 (1958), Pages 13-13

Abstract: Mineral Resources, Other than Oil and Gas, and their Effect on U. S. Industry

Previous HitWilliamTop B. Mather


The economic progress of a nation is reflected not only by its consumption of raw materials but also by industrial demands for a great diversity of essential mineral raw materials and the ability to provide an adequate source of supply. This paper briefly discusses the present diversity of metallic and non-metallic raw material requirements of American industry and our ability to secure adequate sources of these materials.

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