Some Aspects of Mineral Adequacy

CIM Bulletin, 1949


At a time when the economy of the world is in a particularly troubled state it is appropriate to examine some problems of the distribution of natural resources. I should like particularly to call attention to the remarkable increasing demand for natural resources, to give an analysis of the demand for certain mineral resources, and to direct attention to some problems in satisfying this demand.
Keywords: Coal, Demand, mining, phosphate rock, pig iron, sulphuric acid, United States, world population, Prices, Production, Resources, Soil, Soils, Supply, United States