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USGS Minerals Information: Mineral Commodity Summaries Published on an annual basis, this report is the earliest Government publication to furnish estimates covering nonfuel mineral industry data. Data sheets contain information on the domestic industry structure, Government programs, tariffs, and 5-year salient statistics for over 90 individual minerals and materials. Mineral Commodity Summaries (Complete) PDF Format, older editions: | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | TXT Format: | 1996 | Appendixes PDF Format: | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 |2012 |2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | TXT Format: | 1996 | Individual Commodity Data Sheets MCS 2016 individual commodity sheets will be available in the first week of February, 2016.
Megacities @ National Geographic Magazine Get a taste of what awaits you in print from this compelling excerpt. There once was a time when big cities thrilled and amazed people. "It is the metropolis of the universe, the garden of the world," Ibn Khaldun, the Arab historian, wrote of Cairo in 1382. English traveler Thomas Coryat described Renaissance Venice as a "beautiful queene." French artist Marcel Duchamp, in 1915, called New York City "a complete work of art." Of course, your own city may not immediately inspire words like "peerless" or "paradise." However urban life strikes you, cities worldwide have been growing ever more rapidly. This is actually good news in some ways. Those cities will be bigger than ever. And yet, population numbers by themselves don't determine a city's prospects; after all, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and Hamburg, Germany, have the same population. None of this is inevitable. Get the whole story in the pages of National Geographic magazine.
Historical Map Web Sites - Perry-CastaÃ±eda Map Collection - UT Library Online Support Your Libraries My Account Home > Finding Information > PCL Map Collection > Historical Map Web Sites MapsMaps FAQ Map Room Guide World Africa Americas Asia Australia/Pacific Europe Middle East Polar/Oceans Russia/Republics Texas Historical Thematic Topographic Other Map SitesMap Sites Map Dealers Cartographic Reference City Map Sites Country Map Sites Historical Map Sites Outline Map Sites Route Planning Sites State Map Sites Topical Map Sites Weather Map Sites Perry-Castañeda LibraryMap Collection Historical Map Web Sites Updated 7/5/16 Featured:Old Maps OnlineImages of Early Maps on the Web Links arranged by world regionDavid Rumsey Collection Thousands of Historical Maps and Atlases The following are links to historical maps on other Web sites. Perry-Castañeda Library 101 East 21st St. Other Libraries, Centers and Museums Help Comments Web Privacy Web Accessibility Policy PDF Reader Material Usage Statement Connect with UT Libraries © The University of Texas at Austin 2016 UTDIRECT
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Villa - 8950 Ørsted - Estruplundvej 60, Ingerslev Ingerslev by er beliggende tæt ved vandet og kun få km. fra St. Sjørup og ca. 10 km fra Ørsted by. Et smukt og idyllisk område med nemt til vandet. Ejendommen, som er en tidligere landejendom, fremtræder med en bolig i 2 plan og med diverse udhuse. Jorden er beliggende bagved ejendommen og strækker sig ud mod havet - det er her, der er mulighed for udstykning. Ejendommen er opført i 1850 og løbende moderniseret igennem årene. En hyggelig bolig med udhuse og en dejlig have beliggende midt i byen. INDEHOLDER I STUEPLAN:Forgang med adgang til stor stue med brændeovn. INDEHOLDER PÅ1. Lille kælder.
European Wind Energy Association - EWEA Geocenter Danmark – Geocenter Danmark er nationalt center for geovidenskabelig forskning, uddannelse, rådgivning, innovation og formidling. Danmarks Statistik Papers of the Board of Longitude The sixty-eight volumes of the papers of the Board of Longitude document in rich detail many of this public institution’s remarkably wide-ranging activities over more than a century (1714-1828). The 1714 Longitude Act nominated twenty-two Commissioners, including parliamentarians, administrators, scholars and naval officers. Their official tasks were to judge proposals for determining longitude at sea, fund experiments to try what seemed viable projects, and reward schemes judged successful according to the Act’s stringent criteria. The current disposition of these archives is mainly due to the nineteenth century astronomer George Airy, a member of the Board when it was abolished in 1828. Its papers were then divided up between the Admiralty and the Royal Society. The first volumes of the series therefore include copies of the legislation governing the Board, as well as draft and confirmed copies of the Board’s minutes, and some of its financial accounts.