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Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook area reports: domestic 1972
Year 1972, Volume 2 (1972)

Schreck, Albert E.
Acknowledgments,   pp. v-vi PDF (142.9 KB)


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  VACKNOWLEDGMENTS 
 The chapters of this volume, except the statistical summary, were prepared
by the staffs of the Divisions of Ferrous Metals, Fossil Fuels, Nonferrous
Metals, and Nonmetallic Minerals of the Assistant Directorate, Mineral Sup.
ply. The Statistical Summary chapter and the tabular material covering total
State mineral production, value of mineral production by county, and economic
indicators were prepared in the Office of Technical Data Services. The Minerals
Yearbook staff of that office reviewed ~the manuscripts upon which this volume
was based, to insure statistical consistency among the tables, figures, and
text between this volume and Volume I, and between this volume and those
of former years. 
 Compilations contained in this volume were based largely on statistical
data and other facts provided by the mineral industries. The Bureau gratefully
acknowledges the willing contribution of these essential data by both companies
and individuals. 
 In the collection of statistical and other mineral-industry information,
the Bureau of Mines was also assisted by various State agencies through coop.
erative agreements. Many of the chapters in Volume 11 were reviewed by staff
members of these agencies, and in some instances the staff members collaborated
in preparing the chapters and are shown as coauthors. Our sincere appreciation
for this assistance is extended to the following cooperating organizations:
Alabama: Geological Survey of Alabama. 
Alaska: Alaska Department of Natural Resources. 
Arizona: Arizona Bureau of Mines. 
Arkansas: Arkansas Geological Commission. 
California: Division of Mines and Geolbgy, California Department of Conservation.
Connecticut: Connecticut Geological and Natural History Survey. 
Delaware: Delaware Geological Survey. 
Florida: Florida Bureau of Geology. 
Georgia: Earth and Water Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
Hawaii: Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources. 
Idaho: Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology. 
Illinois: Illinois State Geological Survey. 
Indiana: Geological Survey, Indiana Department of Natural Resources. 
Iowa: Geological Survey of Iowa. 
Kansas: State Geological Survey of Kansas. 
Kentucky: Kentucky Geological Survey. 
Louisiana: Louisiana Geological Survey. 
Maine: Geological Survey of Maine. 
Maryland: Maryland Geological Survey. 
Massachusetts: Department of Public Works, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Michigan: Geological Survey Division, Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Minnesota: Minnesota Geological Survey. 
Mississippi: Mississippi Geological, Economic, and Topographical Survey.
Missouri: Missouri Geological Survey. 
Montana: Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology. 
Nebraska: Conservation and Survey Division of the University of Nebraska,
Nebraska Geological Survey. 
Nevada: Nevada Bureau of Mines. 
New Hampshire: New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development.


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