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Long term the future for manganese is looking brighter.

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Manganese market weak but recovering

Market conditions for manganese products were weak in 2011 and may remain so in the short term. Read more »
In the US a 170 million-year-old dinosaur footprint goes missing.

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Dino, come back we miss you!

Mike Meehan, the owner of Portland Brownstone Quarries in Hartford in the US, has lost a very special footprint. Read more »
About 85 per cent of the aggregate produced by Front Range Aggregates leaves the plant by rail.

Geology
R is for Rocksicle

On his circuit of the A-Z of quarrying terms, Bill Langer visits a Colorado aggregate rail operation to learn how it manages and transports its end product and ensures the aggregate does not freeze into “rocksicles”. Read more »
Figure 1. Geological framework of the Gold Coast and hinterland.

Geology
Geological sources of quarry materials on the Gold Coast

Despite a favourable geology, Queensland’s Gold Coast district could have long-term supply problems of good quality quarry rock and sand. Warwick Willmott and Malcolm Irwin explain. Read more »


 


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