Get this from a library! Contributions to economic geology (short papers and preliminary reports), 1921 : Part I - Metals and nonmetals except fuels [Frederick Leslie Ransome; Geological Survey (US)]
Investigation of Casper Mountain Chromite Deposits, Natrona County, Wyoming One of 419 reports in the series: Report of investigations (United Stat
Geological and geophysical studies of chromite deposits in the Josephine Peridotite, northwestern California and southwestern Oregon (US Geological Survey Bulletin 1546 A-D) Contents: Evans, James G, Structure of part of the Josephine Peridotite, northwest
The Louise Chromite Deposit is near Louise, Georgia The site was first discovered in 1870 The Louise Chromite Deposit is a surface mining operation The Piedmont Upland of the Appalachian Highlands characterize the geomorphology of the surrounding area
Sep 04, 2018· This type of emergency could occur if the United States was involved in a war and the enemy prevented the delivery of chromite and chromium products by sea transport In addition, small chromite deposits have been located in the United States which could be mined if they are needed
Name of deposit Deposit type State or Province Country; Parama: Producer (not specified) Argentina: Broken Hill Prospect: Occurrence: New South Wales: Australia
United States imports all of its chromite ore and concentrates, and most of its ferrochromium alloys; consequently, chromium is one of the Nation's most important strategic and critical materials Summaries of chromium and chromite uses, supplies, recycling statistics, and chromium technology are contained in
The Calhoun chromite mine of the Tyson Mining Company was located on the quarry site and last operated around 1880 Chromite was first discovered in the United States in Bare Hills, Baltimore County, circa 1808 by Isaac Tyson, Jr Later discoveries were made in the Serpentine Barrens of Soldiers Delight, Harford County, Cecil County, and .
compounds and metallic chromium from chromite , l0 2 Industrial recycling/reuse flow of chromium scrap , 15 3 Primary and secondary use distribution of chromium in the United States , 20 4 Final consumer use distribution of chromium in the
United States ofAmerica Chromite Deposits Allthe chromite deposits inthe USA arerelatively ~mall and most are of lower grade Being generally located inAlaska, Montana, Oregon, and California, a further complication istheir distance from consuming plants Asmost ofthe podiform deposits inAlaska and California contain metallurgical-grade .
COOS BAY — It’s common to find large chromite mining operations in South Africa, Kazakhstan and Turkey But in Oregon? In Coos County? Currently, the United States imports 100 percent of its .
Almost all of the chromite consumed in the United States is obtained from for-eign sources; world conditions or conditions within the supplying countries conceiv-ably could interrupt the United States supply Known domestic reserves of chromite are relatively small compared with requirements, and many are offgrade In accord-
This type of emergency could occur if the United States was involved in a war and the enemy prevented the delivery of chromite and chromium products by sea transport In addition, small chromite deposits have been located in the United States which could be mined if they are needed
Although chromium is a metal, it does not occur naturally in metallic form Chromium can be found in many minerals, but the only economically significant chromium-bearing mineral is chromite Chromite has been mined from four different deposit types: stratiform chromite, podiform chromite, placer chromite, and laterite deposits Most of the .
Chromite was first discovered in the United States at Bare Hills, Md, around 1810 Between 1820 and 1850, additional deposits were discovered and mined in Maryland and Pennsylvania, including the largest deposit of massive chromite ever found in the United States the Wood deposit, in ,
The state’s nickel laterite deposits are found in Yilgarn Craton Based on data from the United States Geological Survey and latest Australian resource figures, Australia as a whole accounts for 244 percent of the world’s 726 metric ton economic resources of nickel in 2012
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Harold L Ickes, Secrebv GEOLOGICAL SURVEY W C XendenW - Director Bulletin 9364 CHROMITE DEPOSITS OF RED BLUFF BAY AND VICINITY, BARANOF ISLAND, ALASKA UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON : 1942 For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U S Government Printing Office
One of the first minerals to separate from a cooling magma; large chromite ore deposits are thought to have been derived by such magmatic differentiation The important countries for its production are New Caledonia, Southern Rhodesia, Greece, USSR, and Canada Found only sparingly in the United Stat
Chromite Deposits Along the Border Ranges Fault, Southern Alaska (In Two Parts) 1 Field Investigations and Descriptions of Chromite Deposits By Jeffrey Y Foley and James C Barker UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR William P Clark, Secretary BUREAU OF MINES Robert C ,
the United States at prices so low that the control of chromite sup plies for the world's market was transferred from the eastern United States to Turkey and Asia Minor, where it remained until about 1905, when the production of Turkish ore decreased owing to the strong competition of New Caledonian deposits
The chromite prospects of interest to Geovic occur in unconsolidated coastal sand deposits, some very remote, where chromite has been separated from ultramafic host rock, concentrated and winnowed with other heavy minerals by river and wave action
The United States has no domestic pro- within the three ultramafic bodi6 duction or economic reserves of chromite, Subsequently, similar field investiga-the only commercial ore of chromium, and tions were undertaken on low-grade chro-must rely on imports or stockpiles to mite deposits ,
The United States is highly dependent on imported materials for many mineral products that are critical to its economy and defense capabiliti Chromium is an important example Apparent annual consumption of chromium-containing materials is on the order of ,
Chromite Deposits in Oregon By JOHN ELIOT ALLEN Field Geologist State Department of Geology and Mineral Industries Special Chapters by HF Byram, Consultlng Engineer Dr F w Lee, United States Geological Survey 1938 • STATE GOVERNING BOARD W H STRAYER CHAIRMAN ALBERT BURCH E B MACNAUGHTON EARL K NIXON DIRECTOR BAKER MEDFORD
Relation to Mining While China is the leading chromium-consuming country and the leading stainless steel producer, it is not a large producer of chromite ore The United States, Kazakhstan, India and South Africa are the largest chromite-mining countries in the world
ownership data is based on 1948 information, present owner- ship is not known ownership - 4 tracts owned by 5 individuals other names: louise chromite deposits, troup county chromite georgia chromite deposits near louise ga, turner polhill owens properti some unpublished bumines & usgs rpts on area, none recent
Pakistan Chrome Mines Ltd is a mining company incorporated in the Islamic Republic of PakistanThe company owns and operates Chromite and Magnesite mines in Balochistan ProvinceIt was initially incorporated as Baluchistan Chrome Mines Ltd in 1902 during colonial rule
Nov 29, 2016 Now chatting: Contact Us: chromite sand mining in south africa and chromite sand mini Mining International Chromium Development Association (ICDA) The United States Geological Survey states that world resources of chromite exceed 11 billion tonnes, sufficient to ,
The United States has small amounts of bauxite ore located in Arkansas, Alabama and Georgia However, very little mining is done in the United States today Looking forward: Continued improvement in environmental restoration efforts Environmental restoration goals continue to advance
Entrance to old chromite mine The principal use of chromium is in the manufacture of ferrochrome, which, in turn, is used in making high- grade steel The second most important use is as a refractory substance – chiefly as a lining in the basic open-hearth steel process, which produces three-quarters of the steel of the United Stat