Availability of strategic minerals: proceedings of the National symposium on the availability of strategic minerals, organized by the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, in association with The Fellowship of Engineering, held in London on 20 and 21 November, 1979
The Institution, 1980 - Science - 109 pages
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Availability of lead and zinc
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alloys annual areas Australia average British buffer stock by-product Canada chemical Chile Chilean chrome chromite chromium cobalt commodities concentrate concern consumers copper cost Crowson demand Department of Industry dependence deposits Deutsche Marks developing countries discussion domestic economic energy England estimates exploration exports factors ferrochrome finance France funds future geological gold Government grade growth Hemerdon important increase International Tin Council investment Japan Japanese lead and zinc loans London Metal Exchange long-term major manufacturing market price Metal Bulletin metal prices metallurgical mineral resources mineral rights minerals policy mining companies Molybdenite molybdenum nickel orebodies output overseas paper Pearcey PGMs political potential present problems programme raw materials recent recycling refractory requirements reserves scheme shortages silver smelting sources of supply South Africa South Crofty steels stockpiling strategic minerals substitution symposium Table tonnage trade tungsten United Kingdom uranium vulnerability Wheal Jane world production Zaire zinc