Statens apatitdrift i rationeringstiden.
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The present paper is a report on the mining of apatite started by the Norwegi- an Government as an emergency measure during the phosphate shortage in 1918. The mines operated are situated in the southern part of the country near the coast between Langesund and Kristianssand. The deposits are desvribed on pages 6-21 while pages 21-29 contains an extract of the reports on the operation of the mines. Page 30 contains statistics of the total production of the year 1918, the only year of operation under Government control, and page 31 contains the accounts of the operations. References to literature on Norwegian apatite are given on page 33. The mine of Ødegaarden, Bamble has yielded 152 429 tons of apatite during its entire operation, including the year 1918, see page 19. This mine is still being operated. Of the other mines only those at Hovatn an Kallarberg are likely to be worked in the future.