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The U.S. Geological Survey Mineral Resources Program Five-Year Plan, 2006-2010

Appendix: Partners and customers

In its last five-year plan, MRP identified development of partnerships as a goal separate from the research and data collection goals. In this five-year plan, no such separate goal appears. All work activities are expected to be conducted in partnership with others; identification of stakeholders begins in the early idea-generating phases of project development and projects are not complete until results have been successfully communicated both within the project team and to appropriate audiences outside the project itself.

The following list demonstrates four different types of relationships between MRP-funded projects and their partners and customers, as well as the diversity of organizations with which the projects collaborate. It is current as of June 2005.

Cooperators | Collaborators | Clients | Grantees | Customers

Cooperators

Cooperators fund or provide logistical support for the USGS to produce scientific products or conduct scientific research that fosters the goals and objectives of the Program (or have provided support in the past), and directly use program information. Information format is tailored to cooperator needs.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game Environmental Protection Agency
American Coal Ash Association Fish and Wildlife Service
American Iron and Steel Institute Gypsum Association
American Iron Ore Association Iluka Resources Exploration Inc.
Bristol Environmental & Engineering Services Corporation (Bristol Bay Native Corporation) Institute of Makers of Explosives
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Division of Energy and Mineral Resources National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Bureau of Land Management National Science Foundation
Bureau of Reclamation National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association
Department of Commerce Office of Science and Technology Policy
Department of Defense Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (DOD/DOE/EPA)
Department of Defense, Defense Logistics Agency U.S. Agency for International Development
Department of Energy U.S. Forest Service
Department of State World Bank, The

Collaborators

USGS works closely with scientific collaborators to produce products required by the collaborators or other clients. In some cases, the USGS provides funding for the collaboration. In other cases, a separate client provides the funding.

Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys National Institute of Standards and Technology
Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Oil and Gas National Slag Association
American Iron and Steel Institute National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (Cortana Corporation)
American Geological Institute, Geotimes National Lime Association
AngloGold National Mining Association
Arizona Department of Water Resources National Institute of Standards and Technology
Arkansas State University National Park Service
ASARCO National Science Foundation
Asbestos Information Association Natural Resources Canada
Barrick Goldstrike Natural Resources Conservation Service
Battelle Memorial Institute Nature Conservancy, The
British Lime Association Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology
Bureau of Land Management New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources
Bureau of Reclamation New Mexico Environment Department
California Geological Survey Newmont
Calista Native Corporation Norwegian Geological Survey
Central Intelligence Agency Nova Scotia Dept of Natural Resources
City of Tempe, Ariz. Overseas Private Investment Corporation
City of Santa Fe, N. Mex. Pennsylvania State University, The
Colorado Department of Natural Resources Petro-Canada
Colorado Geological Survey Phelps Dodge
Colorado Rock Products Association Placer Dome
Colorado School of Mines Portland Cement Association
Colorado State University (Dept. of Geosciences, Dept. of Wildlife Biology, Wildlife Biology Co-op Unit) Potash and Phosphate Institute
Denver Metro Wastewater Reclamation District Raw Materials Group, The
Department of Agriculture Salt River Project Association
Department of Defense Slag Cement Association, The
Department of Defense, Industrial College of the Armed Forces Smithsonian Institution
Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration
Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Solution Mining Research Institute
Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics South Dakota School of Mines
Department of the Interior Borderlands Field Coordinating Committee Southern Illinois University
Eastern Washington University South Platte Heritage Program
European Cement Association (CEMBUREAU) Southwest Florida Water Management District
Federal Reserve Board Stanford University
Fertilizer Institute, The Steel Recycling Institute
Fertilizer Research Institute, The Sulphur Institute, The
Florida Institute of Phosphate Research Tahoe Regional Planning Authority
Florida Limerock Association Teck Cominco American, Inc.
Florida Phosphate Council United Nations
Freiberg University United Nations, Conference on Trade and Development
Geological Society of Nevada United Nations, Statistics Division
Geological Survey of Canada University of Alaska, Anchorage
Gypsum Association University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Hualapai Nation (AZ) University of Arizona
Idaho Geological Survey University of British Columbia
Industrial Diamond Association University of Denver
Industrial Minerals University of Idaho
Industrial Minerals and Rocks, 7th edition University of Maryland
Institute for Defense Analyses University of Michigan
Interagency Panel on Climate Change University of Nevada Las Vegas
International Fertilizer Industry Association University of Oklahoma
International Magnesium Association University of Oregon
International Peat Society University of Utah
IUSGS-UNESCO Deposit Modeling Program University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory U.S. Army Corp of Engineers
Macalester College Dept. of Geology U.S. Census Bureau
Mackay School of Mines, University of Nevada, Reno U.S. Dept. of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Marquette University U.S. International Trade Commission
Mineral Information Institute U.S. National Committee of the International Peat Society
Minerals Management Service U.S. Senate
Mining Engineering U.S. Trade and Development Agency
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Vanderbilt University
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Vermiculite Association, The
Montana Department of Natural Resources Washington Department of Natural Resources
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Washington State University
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Women in Mining
National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
National Geographic Society World Almanac and Book of Facts, The
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Yale University
National Institute of Public Health and the Environment Yellowstone National Park

Clients

Clients directly use program information. Information format is tailored to their needs, no exchange of funds or support of program.

45 States (Minerals Yearbook; 45 MOUs; 51 users) Rocky Mountain Regional Hazardous Substances Research Center
Acid Drainage Technology Institute International Chromium Development Association
Alaska Native Corporations International Copper Study Group
Aluminum Association, Inc. International Lead and Zinc Study Group
American Bureau of Metal Statistics International Monetary Fund
Arizona cities of Tucson, Nogales, and Green Valley International Nickel Study Group
Arizona Dept of Transportation International Titanium Association
Asbestos Institute (Canada) Lead Industries Association
BIA Council of Energy Resource Tribes Metropolitan Dade County Environmental Resources Management
Bismuth Institute Missouri Division of Geology and Land Survey
Bureau of Land Management Mine Safety and Health Administration
Ceramic Society Bulletin Rappaport Diamond Reporter
Cobalt Development Institute Rocky Mountain Regional Hazardous Substances Research Center
Congressional Budget Office Salt Institute, The
Copper Development Association Selenium-Tellurium Development Association
Council on Environmental Quality South Florida Water Management District
Department of Justice/Anti-Trust Sulphur Institute, The
Diamond Registry Bulletin, The Sulphur Institute's Market Study group
DOI - Office of Policy Analysis UNCTAD/UN
Electric Vehicle Battery Readiness Working Group University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Encyclopedia Americana, Annual U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
FAO/LTN U.S. Trade Representative
Federal Bureau of Investigation U.S. Treasury
Federal Emergency Management Agency U.S. Customs Service
Federal Reserve Bank of New York U.S. Department of Agriculture
International Cadmium Association U.S. Forest Service
International Center for Aggregates Research Western Governors' Association
International Fertilizer Industry Association, The World Resources Institute
International Tungsten Association

Grantees

USGS provides funding (FY 2004 and 2005) for projects conducted by another Federal, State, or local agency, or university.

Alaska Dept of Natural Resources University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Geophysical Institute
American Museum of Natural History University of Arizona
ARLIS (Alaska Resources Library & Information Services) University of California
Auburn University University of Colorado
Colorado School of Mines University of Florida
Eastern Washington University University of Idaho
Idaho Geological Survey University of Illinois
North Carolina Geological Survey University of Nevada Las Vegas
Oregon State University University of Nevada-Reno
South Carolina Geological Survey University of Utah
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Virginia Geological Survey
Stanford University Washington State University
University of Alaska, Fairbanks

Customers

Customers use information that is easily and publicly available. USGS does not specifically tailor the information to meet their needs for format. There is no exchange of funds or provision of support. This list is limited to those who have identified themselves to USGS.

190 countries Metal Bulletin
Alaska Native Corporations Metal Pages
Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys National Research Council
American Metal Market NatWest Securities
American National Soda Ash Association Nevada Department of Environmental Protection
Associated Press News organizations
Balfour Holdings New York Times, The
Blue Johnson & Association National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration
British Sulphur North America Pike and Fisher
Burlington Northern Railroad Platts Metal Week
Business Week Port of Portland, Oreg.
Calista Native Corporation Port of Stockton, Calif.
Charles Rivers Association Port of Tampa, Fla.
Chase Manhattan Potash & Phosphate Institute
Chemical Bank Prof. School of Forestry and Environmental Studies
Chemical Market Reporter Reuters News Service
Colorado River Salinity Control Forum Rock Products
CONSUL Inc. Roskill Information Services Ltd.
Credit Lyonnais Royal Bank of Montreal
CRU Publishing Ltd. SRI International
Doan Agricultural Services State geological surveys
Ferticon Ltd. Tampa Electric Corp.
Fertilizer International Union Bank of Switzerland
Financial institutions Union Pacific Railroad
Gemological Institute of America U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Gold Institute, The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Goldman Sachs U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Grinding Wheel Institute/Abrasive Grain Association Wall Street Journal
Gunnison Basin Selenium Task Force WEFA Group (Wharton), The
Industrial Minerals Association-North America Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, The
Isonex World Bank, The
J.P. Morgan Yellowstone National Park
Mellon Bank

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