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The California Geological Survey provides an annual summary of the state’s mineral production exclusive of oil, gas, geothermal and coal.  The summary provides information on non-fuel mineral production, mining events, new permitting, exploration, and mining legislation.  To provide information in a timely manner, preliminary production estimates are given.  Final production data for California’s 2012 Non-Fuel Mineral Production will be available in the 2014 summary.

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California’s Non-Fuel Mineral Production in 2013 - California ranked eighth among the states in non-fuel mineral production, accounting for approximately 4.2 % of the United States total. There were approximately 700 active mines in the state and the total market value of production was $3.3 billion. In terms of value, the top five non-fuel minerals produced in 2013 were construction sand and gravel, portland cement, boron minerals, crushed stone, and gold.

California’s Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2012
California’s Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2011
California’s Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2010
California’s Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2009
California’s Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2008
California’s Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2007
California's Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2006
California's Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2005
California's Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2004
California's Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2002
California's Non-Fuel Mineral Production 2001