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CONSTRUCTION SAND AND GRAVEL SOLD OR USED BY PRODUCERS IN
THE UNITED STATES, BY STATE 1
 
    2009   2010
Quantity Quantity
(thousand Value Unit (thousand Value Unit
State   metric tons)   (thousands)   value   metric tons)   (thousands)   value
Alabama 10,100 r $65,800 r $6.49 10,100 $56,200 $5.56
Alaska 7,320 55,500 7.58 6,340 52,300 8.24
Arizona 40,200 357,000 8.88 35,200 291,000 8.27
Arkansas 7,780 r 60,000 r 7.72 r 9,050 76,800 8.49
California 79,200 912,000 11.52 74,700 809,000 10.83
Colorado 29,300 217,000 7.42 28,900 209,000 7.22
Connecticut 5,680 60,800 10.70 5,910 55,300 9.35
Delaware 2,080 24,500 11.80 1,620 12,300 7.59
Florida 15,500 r 124,000 r 8.02 r 12,500 98,900 7.93 `
Georgia 5,260 31,100 5.91 5,120 28,400 5.54
Hawaii 1,130 14,300 12.70 932 14,200 15.23
Idaho 12,900 74,800 r 5.82 - 13,700 78,200 5.71
Illinois 22,500 144,000 6.40 19,400 128,000 6.57
Indiana 18,800 100,000 5.31 18,600 115,000 6.16
Iowa 13,600 87,800 r 6.43 r 13,800 84,800 6.17
Kansas 8,580 43,300 5.04 9,610 50,300 5.23
Kentucky 6,770 36,000 r 5.32 r 5,740 30,000 5.24
Louisiana- 20,600 205,000 9.92 - 20,800 190,000 9.14
Maine 9,090 59,300 6.52 7,840 45,100 5.75
Maryland 7,980 99,200 12.43 8,120 82,700 10.18
Massachusetts 9,460 85,600 9.05 9,700 91,400 9.42
Michigan 34,600 176,000 5.10 r 33,600 192,000 5.70
Minnesota 31,300 r 191,000 r 6.12 r 32,300 158,000 4.91
Mississippi- 12,700 101,000 7.97 12,500 97,100 7.76
Missouri 11,500 71,900 6.26 11,800 73,200 6.21
Montana 11,200 86,000 r 7.66 10,100 81,800 8.07
Nebraska 12,900 75,500 5.87 12,500 79,900 6.38
Nevada 19,800 r 124,000 r 6.25 r 15,100 87,500 5.78
New Hampshire 6,930 55,600 8.02 6,390 54,300 8.51
New Jersey 11,100 116,000 10.49 10,000 105,000 10.50
New Mexico 14,100 111,000 r 7.86 r 11,600 84,400 7.30
New York 31,100 266,000 8.57 r 30,600 248,000 8.09
North Carolina 7,570 43,000 5.68 8,130 45,700 5.63
North Dakota 14,300 r 46,500 r 3.25 r 17,000 66,100 3.89
Ohio 27,200 199,000 r 7.33 r 29,900 232,000 7.75
Oklahoma 11,600 68,200 5.90 10,000 60,500 6.04
Oregon 12,200 102,000 8.39 11,400 93,000 8.15
Pennsylvania 14,000 r 115,000 r 8.23 13,400 118,000 8.81
Rhode Island 1,820 23,300 12.79 1,450 17,100 11.80
South Carolina 5,900 32,900 5.57 - 7,100 30,200 4.25
South Dakota 10,600 r 38,000 r 3.59 10,500 44,300 4.21
Tennessee 5,360 42,800 7.98 5,900 47,000 7.97
Texas 70,000 527,000 r 7.53 r 69,500 525,000 7.55
Utah 32,400 190,000 5.86 25,700 148,000 5.77
Vermont 4,470 36,700 8.21 4,770 35,200 7.39
Virginia 7,230 r 82,200 r 11.37 r 7,690 88,200 11.47
Washington 29,900 230,000 7.69 27,200 188,000 6.89
West Virginia 410 3,480 8.49 448 3,740 8.35
Wisconsin 28,300 r 139,000 r 4.92 26,000 133,000 5.11
Wyoming 17,200   92,200   5.36   14,300 71,500 5.00
Total or average   831,000 r 6,240,000 r 7.51 r 795,000   5,810,000   7.31
rRevised.
1Data are rounded to no more than three significant digits; may not add to totals shown.

Source: United States Geological Survey Mineral Resources Program

See also: Mineral commodity prices


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