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World iron ore reserves
- [Washington, D.C.] : Dept. of State, Division of Map Intelligence and Cartography, 1947.
- United States. Department of State. Division of Map Intelligence and Cartography. North Decimal Degree 90.000000. South Decimal Degree -90.0000. East Decimal Degree 180.0000. West Decimal Degree -180.0000. Sinusoidal projection. Shows: iron ore deposits, actual reserves, estimated reserves, reserves under 10,000,000 tons (actual and/or estimated), international boundaries (1937). Map no. 10644 March 1947. G.P.O. - Department of State Service Office.
- Mines and mineral resources, Iron, and World—Maps
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