The Phosphate Industry in the Southeastern United States and Its Relationship to World Mineral Fertilizer Demand.
Sweeney JW; Hasslacher RN
MISSING :76 pages
The southeastern phosphate industry is investigated to determine its role in supplying the United States and world phosphate demand. The report shows that the southeastern (Florida, Tennessee, and North Carolina) phosphate industry is the leading domestic and world producer of phosphate rock. The report emphasizes size and organization, production capacity, transportation, and marketing of the southeastern phosphate product. Factors affecting the supply- demand relationship of the southeastern phosphate industry and world phosphate production-consumption relationships are analyzed and related to the southeastern phosphate industry. Past trends are projected and the future role of the southeastern phosphate industry is analyzed to determine its ability to supply the United States and rest-of-the-world phosphate requirements in 1985 and 2000. The projections show that southeastern resources are ample to supply domestic and export requirements at the projected rates of consumption well beyond the year 2000. (Out of print.)
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