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Future Challenges for the U.S. Geological Survey’s Mineral Resources Program References Ashley, R.P. 1991. Gold and silver deposits of the United States. Pp. 3-22 in H.J. Gluskoter, D.D. Rice, and R.B. Taylor, eds., Economic Geology, U.S.: The Geology of North America, vol. P-2. Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America. Barsotti, A.F., J.H. DeYoung, Jr., M.J. McKinley, and S.F. Sibley. 1998. Minerals information—the role of the government. Pp. 199-135 in H.N. McCarl, and R. Poulin, eds., Proceedings of the Mineral Economics and Management Society, 7th Annual MEMS Professional Meeting, March 25-27. Houghton, MI: Mineral Economics and Management Society. Brobst, D.A. 1991. Other selected industrial minerals. Pp. 189-211 in H.J. Gluskoter, D.D. Rice, and R.B. Taylor, Economic Geology, U.S.: The Geology of North America, vol. P-2. Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America. Clark, R.N., R.O. Green, G.A. Swayze, G. Meeker, S. Sutley, T.M. Hoefen, K.E. Livo, G. Plumlee, B. Pavri, C. Sarture, S. Wilson, P. Hageman, P. Lamothe, J.S. Vance J. Boardman, I. Brownfield, C. Gent, L.C. Morath, J. Taggart, P.M. Theodorakos, and M. Adams. 2001. Environmental studies of the World Trade Center area after the September 11, 2001 attack. Open File Report 01-0429. Denver, CO: U.S. Geological Survey. Available at http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2001/ofr-01-0429. Gurmendi, A.C., P.A. Szczesniak, I.E. Torres, P. Velasco, and D.R. Wilburn. 2002. The Mineral Industries of Latin America and Canada. Reston, VA: USGS, 15 pp. Available at http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/country/2000/latin00.pdf. Hildenbrand, T.G., B. Berger, R.C. Jachen, and S. Ludington. 2000. Regional crustal structure and their relationship to the distribution of ore deposits in the western United States, based on magnetic and gravity data. Economic Geolology, 95:1583-1603. International Institute for Environment and Development and World Business Council for Sustainable Development. 2002. Breaking New Ground: Mining, Minerals, and Sustainable Development. London and Sterling, VA: Earthscan Publications Ltd., 410 pp. + appendices.

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