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2021. 2. 12. The Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources (ADMMR) formally closed in 2011. In July 2011, AZGS was charged by the State legislature with carrying out the duties and responsibilities of ADMMR.

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Mining in Arizona AZGS

2021. 4. 5. Arizona also produces energy resources such as coal and small quantities of petroleum and natural gas. Arizona's Metallic Mining Districts Mining districts in Arizona are categorized by the specific geologic environment in which the mineral

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AZGS Mining Collections Arizona Geological Survey

2021. 3. 29. The Arizona Mineral Industry Location System (AzMILS), that identifies more than 10,000 mineral locations statewide, was created by the department in the late 1970s and was based on the department mine file collection and file data of the United States Bureau of Mines.

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AZGS Mineral Resources Downloads

Arizona is a leader in US mineral resources. Every year Arizona leads America in mining production. In 2006, Arizona mineral production rose to nearly 7 billion dollars. Most of that, more than 5 billion dollars, involved copper production.

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Mines and mineral resources AZGS Document Repository

2021. 1. 30. The Arizona Department of Mines and Minerals operated from 1940 to 2011 to promote the development of Arizona's mineral resources through technical and educational processes. This collection consists of various reports, maps, records and related materials acquired by ADMMR regarding mining properties in Arizona.

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Industrial Minerals AZGS

2021. 4. 1. In no particular order, Arizona’s industrial minerals include: limestone, dolostone, sand, specialty sands, gravel, clays, bentonite, pumice & pumicite, perlite, diatomite, kyanite, zeolites, peridot, salt, potash, quartz sands, gypsum, talc, and

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Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources

2021. 3. 21. These photographs were mostly taken from the ADMMR Mining collection, records on mineral resource exploration and mining in Arizona from late 1800s to the early 2000s. Photographs principally relate to a mineral locality reported in the Arizona Mineral Industry Location System. Photographs titled "ADMMR" document the history of the Arizona

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Industrial Minerals AZGS

2021. 3. 20. Read more about Geologic setting of industrial rocks and minerals in Arizona, in Peirce, H.W., ed., Proceedings of the 21st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals; Mining industrial minerals on Arizona State Trust Land [abs.], in Aggregates to zeolites (AZ), 21st Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals, Tucson, Ariz., April 9-12, 1985, Program with Abstracts

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ADMMR mining collection Inventory AZGS Document

2021. 2. 25. The Arizona Department of Mines and Minerals operated from 1940 to 2011 to promote the development of Arizona's mineral resources through technical and educational processes. This collection consists of various reports, maps, records and related materials acquired by ADMMR regarding mining properties in Arizona.

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