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    • Annual report

    • Mines and mineral resources--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Oklahoma. Department of Mines--Periodicals.
    • Included in this report is information on the types of minerals mined in Oklahoma, where this mining occurs, and the amount of mineral production that took place during the reporting years.
    • Oklahoma First energy plan

    • Energy policy--Oklahoma.
    • Fostering economic development, transitioning transportation fuels, optimizing the existing energy system, and positioning Oklahoma for the future by pragmatically leveraging Oklahoma resources are the key components of the Oklahoma First Energy...
    • OkTC newsletter, spring 2012

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    • Geotechnical Engineering; New Equipment - Available and Operational; Moisutre Movement in Unsaturated Pavement Foundation Soils, Rifat Bulut, Daniel Mahirizi; Soil-structure Interactions in Integral Abutment Bridges of Oklahoma, Gerald Miller, K....
    • Oklahoma geology notes, 2013, v.73 no.2

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    • The Peoria Lead-Zinc Mining Camp, Ottawa County, Oklahoma: Part 1 - Series on Early Lead-Zinc Mining Camps in Northeast Oklahoma, W. Ed Keheley, Kenneth V. Luza; OGS Hosts Annual Coal Geology Forum, Brian J. Cardott; Earthquake Report 1st Quarter...
    • OkTC newsletter, fall 2013

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    • OkTC Theme: Economic Enhancement through Infrastructure Stewardship; Profile - Member of the OkTC Executive Board of Directors, David Murdock; Designing on-site flocculation systems for reducing turbidiy in construction site runoff, Jason Vogel,...
    • Earthquake, 2011 student supplement

    • Earthquakes--Juvenile literature.; Earthquakes--Safety measures--Juvenile literature.
    • In Brief: Stop, drop, and be prepared! Full Description: This program will help students understand earthquakes and how to prepare for danger before it occurs. Students will learn important terms to know, how to prepare before an earthquake, what...
    • Annual report, 2012 95th

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    • In 2012, Oklahoma ranked 32nd in the U.S. for non-fuel mineral production with a value of $651 million, according to the National Mining Association. Oklahoma is ranked 1st in the U.S. for gypsum production of 5.8 million tons, according to the U....
    • Annual report, 2011

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    • The Oklahoma Department of Mines regulates the production of solid minerals in the state, including coal and non-fuel minerals (crushed stone/limestone, granite, sand/gravel, clay/shale, dimensional stone, gypsum, salt, tripoli, asphalt, Bentonite,...

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