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Georgia Minerals Serve the Nation and the World.
Atlanta Econ Rev 1971 Jul; 21(7):30-32
Georgia's industrial mineral resource is of such magnitude that the state can become increasingly important as a minerals supplier in the decades ahead. The minerals with the greatest potential for impact outside the state are high-quality clays and kyanite, but others such as barite, dimension stone, and certain heavy minerals are increasingly significant. Intelligent planning and subsequent management can result in the working together of economical and ecological interests to ensure the development of the mineral resources of coastal Georgia.
Issue of Publication
Atlanta Econ. Rev., V. 21, No. 7, July 1971, PP. 30-32
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