This book is the second of a three-volume analysis of the U.S.-Canadian relationship with respect to natural resources. It provides detailed information about the reserves, production, and uses of eight key minerals and a case study of one major replenishable commodity — forest products.
1. Introduction 2. Iron Ore 3. Nickel 4. The Fertilizer Industry 5. Phosphate Rock 6. Potash 7. Bauxite and Aluminum 8. Asbestos 9. Copper 10. Uranium 11. Forest Products 12. Other Minerals and Deep-Sea Nodules 13. Other Replenishable Resources 14. Overview and Conclusions