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Talking aggregate with Eric Mears - AZ Mining Review #45

America’s infrastructure is built of sand, gravel, and crushed rock; collectively referred to as aggregate. And that is the topic of our 45th episode of the Arizona Mining Review - an interview with Eric Mears on gravel production and consumption in the Phoenix Metro area.

The men, mines, and geology of the Verde Mining District, Jerome, Arizona
Author, geologist, and mining historian David Briggs' new contributed report, ‘History of the Verde Mining District, Jerome, Arizona’, revisits the long mining history of Jerome.
Major Zn-Pb-Ag deposit of Santa Cruz County, SE Arizona
The Taylor Zn-Pb-Ag deposit represents a world-class mineral find.
Making US Bureau of Mines’ Reports Accessible at AZGS Document Repository

For 85 years, ending in 1996, the US Bureau of Mines (USBM) drafted and released 1000s of seminal reports on mineral resources and mining technology in the United States. The contents of those reports still have value. Unfortunately, access to USBM reports frequently proves difficult.

Arizona Mining Stakeholders Meeting - Brief note on AZ Mining 2017-2018
Mineral exploration and mining in Arizona shows great promise in 2018.
American Exploration & Mining Assn. - Advocating Mining
Arizona Mining Review interview with Bob Comer, President of the American Exploration and Mining Association.
We’re #2 in nonfuel mineral production in the U.S. in 2017
Arizona remains the #2 state in nonfuel mineral production in the U.S.
GEM Environmental - Easing the transition from student to geoscience professional
G.E.M. Environmental NFP (not-for-profit) is a fledgling organization whose chief goal is to champion geoscience students and help them gain the industry experience they need to be competitive job seekers.
Geology & uranium potential of Proterozoic rocks of the Central Arizona Arch and the Tonto Basin, Arizona
We are releasing a second suite of Phil Anderson’s geologic mapping and research of Proterozoic rocks, which includes geologic mapping and geochemical sampling of the Central Arizona Arch that covers roughly 3,000 square miles in central Arizona.
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