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Commodity Production-U.S.
Topic Economy - Business & Employment Issue Group Commodities


 
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 Name Arsenic Production- U.S. Asbestos Production- U.S. Diamonds Production- U.S. Copper Production-U.S. Gold Production - U.S. Iron and Steel Production- U.S. Silver Production- U.S.
Units of Measure Metric Tons  Metric Tons  Metric Tons  Metric Tons  Metric Tons  Metric Tons of Content- Iron and Steel  Metric Tons 
Last Updated 2/23/2007 2/23/2007 2/23/2007 2/23/2007 2/23/2007 3/13/2007 2/23/2007
Source U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Geological Survey
Source URL http://minerals.usgs.gov/ds/2005/140/ http://minerals.usgs.gov/ds/2005/140/ http://minerals.usgs.gov/ds/2005/140/ http://minerals.usgs.gov/ds/2005/140/ http://minerals.usgs.gov/ds/2005/140/ http://minerals.usgs.gov/ds/2005/140/ http://minerals.usgs.gov/ds/2005/140/
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Legend Arsenic [3148] - www.data360.org Asbestos [3153] - www.data360.org Diamonds [3158] - www.data360.org Copper [3163] - www.data360.org Gold [3168] - www.data360.org Iron and Steel [3173] - www.data360.org Silver [3179] - www.data360.org
Notes Domestic production is defined as crude and refined arsenic reported in terms of arsenic content. Production data were not available for the years 1900 and 1908. Domestic arsenic production ceased after 1985. Data for the years 1960, 1970, and 1980 came from Loebenstein (1994). Data for the years 1961–69 and 1971–79 are from the MFP. Other data are from the MR and the MYB. Data are domestic asbestos sold or used by producers. Data are from the MR and the MYB. Data for the years 2003–04 are not available. Primary production data for the years 1900–57, 1962–65, 1967–85, and 1995–2004 were from the MYB. Primary production data for the years 1958–61 and 1966 were from the CDS. Primary production data for the years 1986–94 were withheld in order to avoid disclosing proprietary data. Primary production data for the years 1958–2004 represent the total quantity of synthetic industrial diamonds that were produced domestically. Primary U.S. copper production data report the amount of refined copper produced from ore, concentrate, or precipitate. This includes copper recovered from primary domestic sources as well as copper recovered from imported blister anodes, concentrates and ores that are further processed in domestic facilities to a refined form. Also included with primary copper production is copper recovered as cathodes from the solvent extraction-electrowinning process associated with dump, heap or roast-leach operations. Currently, all primary refined copper is recovered as electrolytic or electrowon cathode, though historically, some fire-refined copper was produced. All primary production data were reported in the MR and the MYB. Primary gold production data for the United States as reported in the MR and the MYB series are for domestic mine production included in the “Salient gold statistics” table. Primary gold production excludes imported gold in the form of concentrates, doré, ores, and scrap. Production data for the years 1900–10 were provided by International Iron and Steel Institute in Brussels, Belgium. U.S. production of pig iron is recorded from the MYB and the MR for the years 1911–2004. Primary production data for the years 1900–2004 represent the quantity of silver that were recovered from ores, concentrates, dorés, and precipitates from both domestic and foreign sources in domestic refineries. Data for primary silver production for 1995 and 1996 are not available owing to lack of reporting by industry. Data were recorded from the MR and the MYB.
2000 5,260  49.60  1,580,000  353  47,900,000  1,980 
2001 5,260  40.00  1,630,000  335  42,100,000  1,740 
2002 2,720  44.00  1,440,000  298  40,200,000  1,350 
2003 - 47.20  1,250,000  277  40,600,000  1,240 
2004 - 50.40  1,260,000  258  42,300,000  1,250