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TITLE Study Of Grants, New Mexico, Uranium Miners: Current Status 
SUMMARY 3789 Study Of Grants, New Mexico, Uranium Miners: Current Status INTRODUCTION The Uranium Epidemiology Study at the University of New Mexico was initiated in 1977 with the objective of assessing health effects of uranium mining in the Grants, New Mexico, area. The planned approach was a cohort study ...
AUTHOR Samet, Jonathan M. ; Morgan, Marion V. ; Buechley, Robert W. ; Key, Charles R. ; Valdivia, Arnolfo A.
PUBLISHED 1981
TITLE University of New Mexico 
SUMMARY ... 4, Geology of the White Sands of New Mexico (1900); 5, Identifi¬cation of an Ohio coal measure's horizon in New Mexico (1900); 6, Cyanide process in New Mexico (1900). Vol. 3. No 3, The oil situation in New Mexico (1920), 4, Geology of Sandia Mountains (1922); 5, Oil and gas m New Mexico in 1923 ...
PUBLISHED 1933
TITLE Production - Domestic - Oil and Gas Development in New Mexico in 1942 
SUMMARY 18944 Production - Domestic - Oil and Gas Development in New Mexico in 1942 New Mexico produced 31,913,816 bbl. of oil in 1942, the lowest annual production since 1936, and dropped one place to rank eighth among oil-producing states. This production decreased 7,838,052 bbl., or 19.71 per cent, from ...
AUTHOR Kelly, John M.
PUBLISHED 1943
TITLE Tellurium Resources In New Mexico 
SUMMARY ... devices. Tellurium minerals are found in Au-Ag districts in New Mexico, but were not considered important exploration targets in the past. In New Mexico, tellurium is found associated with porphyry copper deposits in southwestern New Mexico and with Au-Ag veins in the Eureka, Sylvanite, Organ ...
AUTHOR McLemore, V,T,
PUBLISHED 2013
TITLE Limestones Of New Mexico And Adjoining Areas Suitable For Sulfur Removal In Coal-Fired Power Plants 
SUMMARY ... New Mexico And Adjoining Areas Suitable For Sulfur Removal In Coal-Fired Power Plants Widespread high-calcium (HC) limestones in New Mexico and adjoining areas, are low in magnesium, but some units include shale interbeds that would be deleterious for usage in sulfur removal. In southwest New Mexico ...
AUTHOR Kottlowski, Frank E.
PUBLISHED 1995
TITLE New Mexico School of Mines, and New Mexico State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources 
SUMMARY ... New Mexico School of Mines, and New Mexico State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources New Mexico School of Mmes, and State Bureau of Mmes and Mineral Resources, Socorro, N. M E. H Wells, President and Director Available publications of the State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources of the New ...
PUBLISHED 1933
TITLE Production - Domestic - Oil and Gas Development in New Mexico in 1944 
SUMMARY ... Domestic - Oil and Gas Development in New Mexico in 1944 New Mexico produced 39,475,388 bbl. of oil in 1944, the greatest amount in one year in the oil history of the state. This production was 593,046 bbl. or 1.25 per cent more than in 1943. New Mexico retained its position as the seventh largest ...
AUTHOR Kelly, John M.
PUBLISHED 1945
TITLE Production - Domestic - Oil and Gas Development in New Mexico in 1943 
SUMMARY 18731 Production - Domestic - Oil and Gas Development in New Mexico in 1943 New Mexico produced 38,882,342 bbl. of oil in 1943, and regained seventh place among the oil-producing states. This production was an increase of 6,968,526 bbl., or 21.8 per cent, over the figure for 1942. The maximum per ...
AUTHOR Kelly, John M.
PUBLISHED 1944
TITLE State Statistics – Mew Mexico 
SUMMARY ... most of the coal produced in New Mexico comes from the San Juan Basin in the northwest part of the state and the Raton Area in the north central part. New Mexico's reserves are estimated to be 4.6 billion tons, about one percent of the national reserve. New Mexico's permanent regulatory program was ...
PUBLISHED 1992
TITLE Production - Domestic - Oil and Gas Development in New Mexico in 1939 
SUMMARY 18328 Production - Domestic - Oil and Gas Development in New Mexico in 1939 New Mexico, after several years as the sixth ranking oil-producing state, was surpassed by Illinois and for 1939 ranks seventh in the United States. Oil production for 1939 was 36,746,840 bbl. Production for 1938 was 35,510 ...
AUTHOR Andreas, A.
PUBLISHED 1940
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