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Maps

Area Affected to Carajás Mine

Areas Affected by the Carajás Railroad

Figures

Figure 2.1: World Rubber Production and Prices, 1856-1937

Figure 3.1: Crude Steel Production for the UK, US, Germany, and Japan, 1870-2000

Figure 3.2: Iron Ore-per-Ton Milage and Ship Size for the UK, US, Germany, and Japan, 1870-2000

Figure 3.3: World Movement of Iron Ore, 1870-2000

Figure 3.4: Growth of World Steel Production, Iron Ore Ton-mileage and GDP, 1870-2000

Figure 3.5: World Steam and Motor Shipping Capacity, 1800-1990

Figure 5.1: Growth of Crude Steel Production, Iron Ore Ton-mileage and GDP for the UK ( As a Percent of 1960)

Figure 5.2: Growth of Crude Steel Production, Iron Ore Tonmileage and GDP for the USA (As a Percent of 1950)

Figure 5.3: Merchant Registered Ships for the UK and USA, 1790-1930 16,000

Figure 5.4: Crude Steel Production and Railway in Use in North America

Figure 6.1a: Growth of Crude Steel Production, Iron Ore Ton-mileage and GDP for Japan (As a Percent of 1950)

Figure 6.1b: Growth of Crude Steel Production, Iron Ore Ton-mileage and GDP for Japan (As a Percent of 1970)

Figure 6.2: Steel Production as a Percentage of the World Total: UK, USA and Japan, 1870-2000 100%

Figure 7.1: The Leading Steel Producing Nations, 1870-2000

Figure 7.2: Examples of the World’s Largest Steel Firms and Iron Ore Ranges, 1870-2000

Figure 7.3: Examples of the World’s Largest Steel Works and Iron Ore Mines, 1870-2000

Figure 7.4: The History of Shipping and Railway Transportation

Figure 7.5: The History of Steel Production

Other Materials

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