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Chromite mining - The Oregon Encyclopedia

Between World War I and the end of the stockpiling program in 1958, more than half of Oregon's total production of chromite came from Josephine County, followed by Grant County. Evidence of mining in the form of primitive roads, pits, tunnels, cabins, and mills can still be found on the landscape, including in the Kalmiopsis Wilderness.

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Chromium--Makes Stainless Steel Stainless

2010-10-1  Headframe from the Benbow mine, which operated briefly during World War II in stratiform chromite deposits of the Stillwater complex, Montana. Photograph by Mike Zientek, U.S. Geological Survey. Chromite is a black metallic mineral that is found disseminated in or as layered or pod-shaped (shown here) accumulations in ultramafic igneous rocks.

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North of 60 Mining News - The mining newspaper for

2020-6-22  Chromium-rich mineralization was discovered in the Red Mountain area around 1910 and some limited mining occurred there during World War I. Knowing Red Mountain could provide a domestic source of chromium during World War II, the U.S.

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Blue Mountains - The Oregon Encyclopedia

2021-11-10  Chromite mining produced chromium, a strategic metal important for increasing the hardness and corrosion resistance of steel. The most active mining periods in the Blue Mountains, therefore, coincided with World War I and World War II.

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Uses of Chromium Supply, Demand, Production, Resources

2 天前  The world's largest stratiform chromite deposits are found in South Africa, in what is known as the Bushveld complex. This is a layered igneous intrusion containing more than 11 billion metric tons of chromite resources. Podiform deposits are found in

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What's to become of Sault Ste. Marie's ferrochrome plant ...

2021-9-10  Noront's mining batting order has always been to lead off with Eagle's Nest, starting production in mid-2026, before digging into Blackbird, the first of four chromite deposits, and commission that project by 2028. The Sault plant would be built by then

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Benguet Corporation -- Company History

2021-9-13  By the 1950s, the site had developed into the largest refractory chromite deposit in the world. In 1956, the company changed its name to Benguet Consolidated Inc. Benguet had in the meantime weathered the upheavals brought on by World War II, including Japanese occupation of the Philippines.

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History of mining: five of the oldest mines still in operation

2018-9-20  The mine was first founded in 1914 by the Cyprus Mines Corporation and has since been almost continuously operational. However, the history of mining in Cyprus has recorded a few disruptions over the years. Production stopped temporarily during World War II

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Small Scale Mining - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

2018-8-16  Gold mining started in these areas in 1913. However, by the time of World War II gold production stalled. The Imperial companies involved in gold mining gave up gold exploration. The resurgence of interest to mine gold was once began in the 1960’s, but

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ON gov't volunteering $1.6B for remote 'Ring of Fire ...

2021-11-11  Canada is a huge player in the mining world, ... While costs to develop the mine itself will fall to the victor of the current bidding war, there will be a significant delay before the first heavy equipment hits the ground. ... In that time, many things can change. Remember, when the site was discovered, it was the chromite that was the big deal.

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Development at the site of the mill for the Mouat

Mouat Chromite Mine World War, 1939-1945 mountains Snow mining United States--Montana--Stillwater County Format: Transparencies--Color. Collections: Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Color Photographs

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Chromite ORE - Albchrome

2021-11-26  Throughout the communist era that lasted from the Second World War until 1989, Albania was one of the primary producers of chromite in the world. In the 1980's, Albania was the third largest chromite producer in the world with over one million tons produced annually. Some 80% came from the

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North of 60 Mining News - The mining newspaper for

2020-6-22  Chromium-rich mineralization was discovered in the Red Mountain area around 1910 and some limited mining occurred there during World War I. Knowing Red Mountain could provide a domestic source of chromium during World War II, the U.S.

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Chromium--Makes Stainless Steel Stainless

2010-10-1  Headframe from the Benbow mine, which operated briefly during World War II in stratiform chromite deposits of the Stillwater complex, Montana. Photograph by Mike Zientek, U.S. Geological Survey. Chromite is a black metallic mineral that is found disseminated in or as layered or pod-shaped (shown here) accumulations in ultramafic igneous rocks.

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Planning commission to take testimony on chromite

2007-6-27  Chromite mining was a short-lived South Coast industry during World War II on 2,000 acres of rugged forestland stretching south from Seven Devils Road near Charleston.

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EnerGulf Resources Inc. Albania – Chromite

EnerGulf controls chromite licences covering the most prospective and productive chromite terrain in Albania. Throughout the communist era that lasted from the Second World War until 1989, Albania was one of the primary producers of chromite in the world. In the 1980’s, Albania was the third largest chromite producer in the world with over ...

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Geological investigations of chromite in California

2008-12-3  Chap.1] NORTHERNCOASTRANGES 3 MendocinoCounty—Continued Page LittleRedMountain(Dunn)deposits(3) 19 Lloydprospect(4) 19 Mooreprospect(5) 19 Shieldsprospect(6) 19 Unnamedprospect(7) 19 NapaCounty 20 Northerndeposits 20 BlackHawkclaim(1) 20 Cigarettemine(2) 20 CrystalCreekclaim(3) 20 Pollerhydeclaim(4) 20 Ferrisclaim(5) 21 Gravesmine(6) 21 Greyclaim(7) 21

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The Chromium Industry of the U.S.S.R. - UNT Digital Library

2011-9-2  world's leading producers and exporters of chromite, and is likely to remain a major producer. Interest in the Soviet chromium industry has been intensified by both the decline of the country's production growth rate and of the quantitative level of exports. A study of the U.S.S.R. chromium industry (mining, concentration, smelting, trade, and

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Modern Mining - NPS.gov Homepage (U.S. National Park

2016-5-4  The History of Alaska-Yukon Mining. CHAPTER 17. Modern Mining. World War II. Wartime restrictions curtailed mining at a time of peak dollar yields. From 1938 to 1941 the industry averaged more than $24 million annually, about three times the production value during the 1900 Nome gold rush. Although the peak of gold production in volume was in ...

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Swedish iron-ore mining during World War II Military ...

2021-11-23  Swedish iron ore was an important economic factor in the European Theatre of World War II.Both the Allies and the Third Reich were keen on the control of the mining district in northernmost Sweden, surrounding the mining towns of Gällivare and Kiruna. The importance of this issue increased after other sources were cut off from Germany by the British sea blockade during the Battle of the

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Maryland’s Choate Chromite Mine, 1830-1920

2019-10-13  Chromite Mine, 1830-1920 By Johnny Johnsson. 54 2017 Mining History Journal and the fact that the mine was operated as recent-ly as World War I account for its good condition. One can still observe mine timbers and building foundations at

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Development at the site of the mill for the Mouat

Mouat Chromite Mine World War, 1939-1945 mountains Snow mining United States--Montana--Stillwater County Format: Transparencies--Color. Collections: Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Color Photographs

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Planning commission to take testimony on chromite

2007-6-27  Chromite mining was a short-lived South Coast industry during World War II on 2,000 acres of rugged forestland stretching south from Seven Devils Road near Charleston.

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EnerGulf Resources Inc. Albania – Chromite

EnerGulf controls chromite licences covering the most prospective and productive chromite terrain in Albania. Throughout the communist era that lasted from the Second World War until 1989, Albania was one of the primary producers of chromite in the world. In the 1980’s, Albania was the third largest chromite producer in the world with over ...

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Chromite - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Chromite mining in Turkey started in 1850; since then, Turkey has had an important role in the world chromite market. Turkey produces chromite ore and ferrochrome. It is estimated that Turkey has produced about 45 metric tons of chrome ore. Chromite production is mainly export-oriented. Turkey has one chrome and two ferrochrome chemical plants.

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The Chromium Industry of the U.S.S.R. - UNT Digital Library

2011-9-2  world's leading producers and exporters of chromite, and is likely to remain a major producer. Interest in the Soviet chromium industry has been intensified by both the decline of the country's production growth rate and of the quantitative level of exports. A study of the U.S.S.R. chromium industry (mining, concentration, smelting, trade, and

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8. Isaac Tyson the Scott Mine Nottingham County Park ...

In 1874, the former chromite mining superintendent for Moro Phillips of Philadelphia, produced chromite from a placer deposit on the Black Run. During World War I, the demand for chromite caused a mill to be built here on the Black Run to process placer deposits. They apparently were still experimenting when the war ended. The remains of that mill

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Products - AlbChrome

2021-11-19  Chromite ORE. Throughout the communist era that lasted from the Second World War until 1989, Albania was one of the primary producers of chromite in the world. In the 1980's, Albania was the third largest chromite producer in the world with over one million tons produced annually. read more

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Chromium - USGS

2021-2-4  Africa was the leading chromite ore producer. Increased labor costs, increased costs for electricity, an unreliable supply of electricity, temporary mine closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and challenges related to deep level mining could affect production in South Africa in 2020. China was the leading chromium-consuming country.

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9 Ore Deposits and Economic Minerals – Mineralogy

The Bingham Canyon Mine (Figure 9.10, above), near Salt Lake City, is the world’s deepest open pit. It is 4.5 km by 1.3 km in area and is 1.2 km deep. Since mining began just over 100 years ago, the Bingham Canyon open-pit mine has produced 24 million tons of copper, 790 tons of gold, 6,600 tons of silver, and 425,000 tons of molybdenum.

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