2 edition of Phosphate deposits of Idaho and their relation to the world supply found in the catalog.
Phosphate deposits of Idaho and their relation to the world supply
Virgil Raymond Drexel Kirkham
|Statement||by Virgil R.D. Kirkham.|
|Series||State of Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology reprint,, no. 1, Reprint (Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology) ;, no. 1.|
|Contributions||Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology.|
|LC Classifications||TN914.I2 K5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||gs 25000107|
Animals get phosphate from their food. The bulk of the phosphate we mine – about 90% – is used to produce phosphate fertilizers. Another 5% is used to make animal feed supplements. The remaining 5% goes into making a variety of products from soft drinks to toothpaste to metal coatings. Phosphate is a limited resource that cannot be replaced. Phosphorus is a chemical element with the symbol P and atomic number Elemental phosphorus exists in two major forms, white phosphorus and red phosphorus, but because it is highly reactive, phosphorus is never found as a free element on has a concentration in the Earth's crust of about one gram per kilogram (compare copper at about grams).Pronunciation: /ˈfɒsfərəs/ (FOS-fər-əs).
The western phosphate field produced about 15 percent, in , of the nation's domestically consumed phosphate rock and contains an estimated 58 percent of the nation's indicated phosphate reserves. The central portion of the western phosphate field, which contains the Dry Valley area of southeastern Idaho, encompasses the greatest amount of mineable phosphate Author: James Simon Spalding. Idaho contains million acres, million (67 pct) of which is federal mineral land. About 7 million acres of this land is within KMDA's that host medium- to high-value locatable mineral deposits; 36 pct of this land is available, 27 pct is slightly to moderately restricted, and 37 pct is severely restricted or unavailable.
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Get this from a library. Phosphate deposits of Idaho and their relation to the world supply. [Virgil R D Kirkham]. Chemical properties. The phosphate ion has a molar mass of g/mol, and consists of a central phosphorus atom surrounded by four oxygen atoms in a tetrahedral arrangement.
It is the conjugate base of the hydrogen phosphate ion H(PO 4) 2−, which in turn is the conjugate base of the dihydrogen phosphate ion H 2 (PO 4) −, which in turn is the conjugate base of Beilstein Reference: Southeast Idaho Phosphate Mining Southeastern Idaho is a major phosphate-producing region, and phosphate mining has been an important industry in the area since the early 20th century.
The process of mining phosphate ore from the earth generated open pits and piles of overburden materials covering the phosphate ore.
The data presented give a good understanding of the distribution, nature and origin of phosphate deposits. The book is an important contribution to the scientific understanding of phosphate deposits, as well as a valuable aid to the search for an exploitation of Format: Paperback.
An inventory of more than 1, world phosphate mines, deposits, and occurrences was compiled from smaller data sets collected as part of multiple research efforts by Carlotta Chernoff, University of Arizona, and Greta Orris, U.S.
Geological by: Phosphate Deposits of the World Igneous Deposits Sedimentary Deposits Island Deposits. IFDC. IFDC M i l l i o n T o n s 50 0 Year Source: Krauss, Saam, and Schmidt, Other Central Economy Countries SOVIET UNION MOROCCO Other Developing Countries UNITED STATES World Mine Production of Phosphate Concentrate, File Size: KB.
G.J. Orris and C.B. Chernoff compiled the data on world phosphate deposits from previously published compilations, new published sources, "gray" literature, company internet sites, and other sources.
Locations were commonly taken from published sources, no effort was made to determine the correctness of these data beyond a preliminary review to Author: Chernoff, Carlotta B.
Orris, Greta. The IAEA’s World Distribution of Uranium Deposits (UDEPO, IAEA, ) database tabulates 14 Mt, though the Red Book tabulates only Mt, while suggesting that the 22 Mt may be realistic.
With uranium as a minor byproduct of phosphates, the potential supply is tied to the economics of phosphate production, coupled with the environmental. Phosphate Deposits of the World: Volume 2, Phosphate Rock Resources by Arthur J.
Notholt,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Data Set of World Phosphate Mines, Deposits, and Occurrences—Part B. Location and Mineral Economic Data By G.J. Orris1 and Carlotta B.
Chernoff2 Open-File Report 02––B Any use of trade, firm, or product names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORFile Size: 1MB.
Deposits of phosphate minerals are present throughout much of the United States and the world. In many places, the phosphate deposits are not economically accessible. Much of the Atlantic Coastal Plain contains recoverable amounts of phosphate deposits; however Floridas geological processes created two regions where deposits of the phosphate.
Phosphate: A Strategic Mineral. The United States is the world's leading producer of phosphate rock. Our nation's phosphate deposits have long been recognized as a valuable natural resource.
The U.S. receives significant revenue from exporting the mineral overseas, mostly to China. The deposits found in the "Bone Valley" area of Central Florida. Index map of important phosphate deposits of southeastern Idaho and adjoining parts of Wyoming and Utah Open-File Report By: U.S.
Geological SurveyAuthor: U.S. Geological Survey. Marine sedimentary phosphate deposits are particularly suited to study aspects of the phosphorus cycle, because, in the case of ubiquity, their origin may result from a general acceleration of the global phosphorus cycle.
Sources of sedimentary phosphate are microbial breakdown of buried organic matter and redox-driven phosphate desorption from Cited by: This report is the most complete compilation of phosphate mines, deposits, and occurrences known. However, it is highly likely that there are additional phosphate sites that are not included.
In addition, data for many of the sites are incomplete. Determination of latitudes and longitudes for some sites were impossible given the available : Chernoff, Carlotta B.
Orris, Greta. Uranium deposits worldwide are grouped into 15 major types based on their geological setting. The most recent geological classification has been defined by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in and has been adopted in the Red Book since The deposit types have fundamental characteristics and recognition criteria and in that.
PDF | OnGreta Orris and others published Data Set of World Phosphate Mines, Deposits, and Occurrences— Part B. Location and Mineral Economic Data |. on the environmental impact of phosphate mining and processing with main emphasis on water pollution, air pollution and human risks.
Int J Hydro. ;2(4) ‒ Phosphate Deposits: Usgs Bulletin D Paperback – J by V. McKelvey (Author)Author: V. McKelvey. epa/52qq10 effects of phosphate mineralization and the phosphate industry on radium in ground water of central florida robert f.
kaufmann james d. bliss october office of radiation programs - las vegas facility u. environmental protection agency. 77 Description of samples 14 Literature cited 79 INTRODUCTION Phosphate rock is the most important of the mineral fertilizer materials, in annual tonnage handled. The domestic phosphate-rock industry dates fromwhen mining of the South Carolina deposits began.Phosphorites and High Phosphate Sedimentary Rocks.
Phosphorites and high phosphate rocks are rare sedimentary rocks. But, when they are discovered, they are in layers of high concentration. We can compare their present formation and distribution to Cenozoic distribution and use it as a guide toward finding the Flood/post-Flood Size: KB.Year Published: Rare earth elements in sedimentary phosphate deposits: Solution to the global REE crisis?
The critical role of rare earth elements (REEs), particularly heavy REEs (HREEs), in high-tech industries has created a surge in demand that is quickly outstripping known global supply and has triggered a worldwide scramble to discover new sources.