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Volume 67    Issue 12

Arizona aggregates; 1950 to 2014 and beyond

Mining Engineering, 2015, Vol. 67, No. 12, pp. 33-33
Langer, William H.; Trussell, Steve


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Arizona aggregate (sand, gravel and crushed stone) producers enjoyed more than a half a century of nearly constant growth in demand for aggregates. Approximately 80 percent of the aggregate produced in Arizona is sand and gravel, and 20 percent is crushed stone (U.S. Geological Survey, 2015). Figure 1 shows the generalized distribution of potential sources of sand and gravel (yellow) and potential sources of crushed stone (other colors described below). Black dots show locations of aggregate operations. 



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