Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook: Area reports: domestic 1978-79
Year 1978-79, Volume 2 (1978-1979)
Krempasky, G. T.; Lawson, Don C.
Montana, pp. 315-327 ff. PDF (1.3 MB)
$917 53 W W W 1,131 172 25 38 694 6,893 1,136 2,217 W 7 56 W 19 16,564 W W W 46 W 2 W W 81 W 84 W 11 W $479 53 6 W W W 162 W 11 444 7,902 1,103 1,495 18,120 2 56 1,773 30 13,825 W 427 181 34 13,140 3,119 W 31 W 62 W 31 W W W 75 W 709 16 W 24 16 174 100 704 50 W 148,890 Sand and gravel, stone. Antimony, stone. Sand and graveL Copper, silver, gold, sand and gravel, stone. Sand and gravel. Sand and gravel, stone. Total3 213,253 205,800 W Withheld to avoid disclosing company proprietary data; included with "Undistributed." 1Blaine, Fallon, Phillips, Prairie, Wheatland, Wibaux, and Yellowstone National Park Counties are not listed because no nonfuel mineral production was reported. 2lncludes gem stones and stone that cannot be assigned to specific counties and values indicated by symbol W. 3Data may not add to totals shown because of independent rounding. THE MINERAL INDUSTRY OF MONTANA B Table 2.—Value of nonfuel mineral production in Montana, by county1 (Thousands) 317 County 1977 1978 Minerals produced in 1978 in order of value Beaverhead BigHorn______________ Broadwater____________ Carbon_______________ Carter________________ Cascade______________ Chouteau_____________ Custer_______________ Daniels_______________ Dawson_______________ Deer Lodge____________ Fergus_______________ Flathead______________ Gallatin______________ Garfield______________ Glacier_______________ Golden Valley___________ Granite_______________ Hill Jefferson______________ Judith Basin___________ Lake________________ Lewis and Clark Liberty_______________ Lincoln_______________ McCone______________ Madison______________ Meagher______________ Mineral______________ Missoula______________ Musselshell____________ Park________________ Petroleum_____________ Pondera______________ Powder River___________ Powell_______________ RavaIlL______________ Richland______________ Roosevelt_____________ Rosebud______________ Sanders______________ Sheridan______________ SilverBow_____________ Stillwater_____________ SweetGrass____________ Teton Toole________________ Treasure______________ Valley_______________ Yellowstone____________ Undistributed2 Stone, silver, sand and gravel, peat, lead, zinc, gold, copper. Sand and gravel, stone. Silver, gold, lead, zinc, copper. Clays, stone, sand and graveL Clays, stone. Sand and gravel, stone. Do. Sand and gravel. Do. Do. Lime, stone, sand and gravel, tungsten, clays. Gypsum, stone, sand and gravel, clays. Sand and gravel, stone. Cement, stone, sand and gravel, clays. Stone. Sand and gravel. Silver, copper, stone, gold, sand and gravel, lead, zinc. Sand and graveL Cement, stone, sand and gravel, gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper,clays, tungsten. Gypsum. Sand and gravel, gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper, stone. Sand and gravel, stone, gold, lead, silver, zinc, copper. Sand and gravel. Vermiculite, stone, sand and graveL Stone. Talc, gold, silver, copper, lead, stone, zinc. Iron ore, stone, gold. Stone, sand and gravel. Sand and gravel, barite, stone. Sand and gravel. Stone, sand and graveL Sand and gravel, stone. Sand and gravel. W Phosphate rock, sand and gravel, stone, gold, copper, silver. W Sand and gravel, stone. W Lime, sand and gravel. 147 W W W 15 17 100 Sand and graveL W Clays, stone. W Sand and gravel, clays, stone. W Sand and gravel, lime, clays. 175,379
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