Data Sets

... by RockWare

 
 

Active Volcanoes of the World

Source: Smithsonian Institution

     
  Major US Dams

Source: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

     
 

Suspected Impact Craters
of the World

Source: Rajmon, David, Impact Field Studies Group,
University of Tennessee

     
  US Agricultural Minerals

Source: Minerals Information Team,
US Geological Survey

     
  US Construction Minerals

Source: Minerals Information Team,
US Geological Survey

     

 

US Crushed Stone Operations

Source:  Minerals Information Team,
US Geological Survey

     
  US Ferrous Metal Mines

Source: Minerals Information Team,
US Geological Survey

     
  US Ferrous Metal Processing Plants

Source: Minerals Information Team,
US Geological Survey

     

  US Miscellaneous Industrial Minerals

Source: Minerals Information Team,
US Geological Survey

     
  US Nonferrous Metal Mines

Source: Minerals Information Team,
US Geological Survey

     

  US Nonferrous Metal Processing Plants

Source: Minerals Information Team,
US Geological Survey

     

  US Other Industrial Minerals

Source: Minerals Information Team,
US Geological Survey

     
 

US Sand & Gravel Operations

Source:  Minerals Information Team
US Geological Survey

 


 

RockWare GeoSites

View all of the sites listed above within a single file.

 

Field Trips:
43 Forum on the Geology of
Industrial Minerals 2007

Source: http://imforum2007.crmca.org

 

The links above will load KMZ (Keyhole Markup language - Zipped) files
directly into Google Earth.  The KMZ files were created with RockWorks/2006.

 

Note: For optimal results, please use Google Earth version 4.0 or higher.

 

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