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Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook: Area reports: domestic 1978-79
Year 1978-79, Volume 2 (1978-1979)

Arndt, Robert H.
Missouri,   pp. 299-314 PDF (1.9 MB)


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Mineral 
Barite         thousand short tons_  117 $4,061 121 $4,661 89 $3,679 
Cement: 
  Masonry                do____ 82 3,286 89 4,112 82 4,159 
  Portland                do_ — —  4,654 155,945 4,733
175,962
4,430 194,285 
Clays                     do_ — —  ' 2,373 216,892 22,258
216,880
2,351 20,522 
Copper (recoverable content of ores, etc.) 
                    metric tons_  10,648 15,681 10,818 15,861 13,021 26,705
Gemstones.. -- -- NA 15 NA 10 
Gold                 troy ounces__ -- -- —— -- 32 10
Lead (recoverable content of ores, etc.) 
                    metric tons..  453,824 307,156 461,762 343,070 472,054
547,824 
Lime          thousand short tons_  1,723 51,529 1,791 63,642 1,790 70,187
Sandandgravel             do____ 14,002 31,473 15,560 33,660 12,558 31,310
Silver (recoverable content of ores, etc.) 
             thousand troy ounces_  2,363 10,916 2,056 11,103 2,201 24,410
Stone: 
  Crushed - — — — thousand short tons_  49,612
104,700
57,265 130,568 56,380 139,944 
  Dimension               do____ 3 597 1 208 (3) 85 
Zinc (recoverable content of ores, etc.) 
                    metric tons_  74,107 56,203 59,038 40,349 61,682 50,723
Combined value of asphalt (native), clays 
 (fuller's earth, 1977-78), iron ore, and 
 phosphate rock (1977) XX 67,950 XX 26,373 XX 45,982 
Total                        
XX 826,389 XX 866,464 XX 1,159,835 
NA Not available. XX Not applicable. 
' Production as measured by mine shipments, sales, or marketable production
(including consumption by producers). 
2Excludes fuller's earth; value included in "Combined value" figure.
3Less than 1/2 unit. 
Table 2.—Value of nonfuel mineral production in Missouri, by county'
(Thousands) 
 W Stone. 
 W Sand and gravel. 
 $2,485 Clays. 
 548 Stone. 
 W Stone, asphalt. 
 W Stone. 
 698    Do. 
 40 Sand and gravel. 
 W Stone, sand and gravel, clays. 
 W Stone. 
 W Sand and gravel, stone, clays. 
 748 Stone. 
 7,043 Stone, clays, sand and gravel. 
 294 Sand and gravel, stone. 
 W Cement, stone, sand and gravel, clays. 
 1,212 Stone. 
   W    Do. 
   W Stone, sand and gravel. 
  806 Stone. 
   W Stone, sand and gravel. 
 5,764    Do. 
  460 Stone. 
   W Stone, sand and gravel. 
   W    Do. 
   W Lead, sand and gravel, stone, copper, zinc, 
   clays, silver. 
   W Stone. 
   W Stone, sand and gravel. 
   W    Do. 
  399 Stone. 
   W    Do. 
  976 Sand and gravel, stone. 
 1,613    Do. 
   W Clays, sand and gravel. 
See footnotes at end of table.MINERALS YEARBOOK, 1978-79 
Table 1.—Nonfuel mineral production in Missouri' 
 1977 1978 1979 
 Value Value Value 
 Quantity (thou- Quantity (thou- Quantity (thou 
  sands)  sands)  sands) 
County 1977 1978 Minerals produced in 1978      in order of value 
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Audrain________________ 
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Barton_________________ 
Bates__________________ 
Benton_________________ 
Bollinger_______________ 
Boone__________________ 
Buchanan_______________ 
Butler_________________ 
Caidwell________________ 
Callaway_______________ 
Camden________________ 
CapeGirardeau___________ 
Carter 
Cass 
Cedar__________________ 
Chariton________________ 
Christian_______________ 
Clark.._________________ 
Clay___________________ 
Clinton_________________ 
Cole___________________ 
Cooper 
Crawford_______________ 
Dade__________________ 
Dallas__________________ 
Daviess_________________ 
DeKalb________________ 
Dent___________________ 
Douglas________________ 
Franklin________________ 
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