This is the tenth volume in The Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom series and continues the coverage of Central and North Wales.
This is the tenth volume in The Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom series and continues the coverage of Central and North Wales. It gives details of the output, ownership, management and employment at several hundred mines, mainly around the lead districts of Halkyn and Minera mountains. The data provides an invaluable aid to the interpretation of surviving site rema This is the tenth volume in The Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom series and continues the coverage of Central and North Wales
Devon and Somerset Mines book. This is th sixth volume in the continuing serues if The Mineral Statistic of the United Kingdom 1845-1913 and begins the coverage of the South West Peninsular.
Devon and Somerset Mines book. Devon and Somerset mines ae less well known than their Cornish neighbours but they had a continuius history lasting two thousand years and included some of the world’s biggest producers.
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Burt, Roger; Waite, Peter & Burnley, Ra. Contents very clean; no annotation or inscriptions. Fifth in the series "The Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom 1845-1913" completing the coverage of the Pennine districts of the north of England.
Burt, Roger; Waite, Peter & Burnley, Ray. Published by Exeter; Department of Economic History, University of Exeter, 1983. ISBN 10: 095076244X ISBN 13: 9780950762449. Seller Inventory 3787. More information about this seller Contact this seller 1.
Burnley, Ray. Uniform Title: Mineral statistics of the United Kingdom, 1845-1913 ; v. . The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. 6. Rubrics: Mineral industries England Devon History Somerset. Download book Devon and Somerset mines : metalliferous and associated minerals, 1845-1913, Roger Burt, Peter Waite, Ray Burnley.
Burt, . Waite, P. & Burnley, . 1992 The Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom 1845-1913, he Mines of. 1998 Tucekite, a mineral new to Britain, and other rare ore minerals from the Central Wales Orefield. UK Journal of Mines and Minerals, 19, 30-36. 1992 The Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom 1845-1913, he Mines of Flintshire and Denbighshire Volume 10, University of Exeter Press, 167pp. Burt, . 1986 The Mines of Cardiganshire: Metalliferous and Associated Minerals 1845-1913. Volume 7, University of Exeter Press. 1990 The Mines of Shropshire & Montgomeryshire with Cheshire and Staffordshire: Metalliferous and Associated Minerals 1845-1913.
In 2013, there were over 2,000 active mines, quarries, and offshore drilling sites on the continental land mass of the United Kingdom producing £34bn of minerals and employing 36,000 people. The United Kingdom has a rich history of mining
United Kingdom mineral statistics. The UK is an important producer of a range of minerals that are consumed in many sectors of the economy. Some 19. million tonnes of minerals were extracted from the UK landmass for sale in 2017.
United Kingdom mineral statistics. 5. million tonnes (2. %) of construction minerals (other than crushed rock).
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