KeywordsArizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources
Santa Cruz County
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CitationPhillips, K.A., 1987, Arizona Industrial Minerals 2nd Edtn. ADMMR Mineral Report #4, 2nd edition, 197 p.
DescriptionThe purpose of this publication is to provide a tabulation of known industrial mineral occurrences in Arizona along with a brief discussion of each commodity. I t i s hoped this information will attract additional interest and investment in the State's mineral resources. Scope. This report was compiled in 1986 and 1987 from the previous Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources publication of the same name by E. A. Elevatorski, the Department's data base, Department mine files and published data. The information reported here is for all nonmetallic mineral commodities except sand and gravel, crushed and dimension stone and gem stones. Introduction. Arizona holds a distinguished place among the mineral producing giants of the world. A1 though best known for i t s copper production, Arizona has produced and continues to produce important quantities of industrial minerals and other metals.
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North Bounding Coordinate37.0121
South Bounding Coordinate31.4577
West Bounding Coordinate-114.609
East Bounding Coordinate-109.072
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