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1996 summary of mineral activity in Utah (C-98)


By: R. L. Bon, R. W. Gloyn, and D. E. Tabet

The value of Utah?s mineral production in 1996 is estimated to be $2.2 billion, a decrease of $197 million from 1995. This still makes 1996 the second-highest year in total mineral value output. Contributions from each of the major industry segments are: base metals, $960 million; coal, $500 million; industrial minerals, $433 million; and precious metals, $326 million.

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Published: 1997
Pages: 12 p.
Location: Utah
Media Type: Paper Map

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