Since the end of World War II, the pattern of sulfur production and consumption in the United States and abroad has changed markedly from the pattern that existed before the war. Although production of sulfur in the United States in 1950 was more than double the average annual production for the 1935-39 period, consumption had increased at such a rate that current domestic and foreign demand for U. S. sulfur exceeds the productive capacity of the industry. Production of sulfur (including brimstone, pyrites, and all other forms) in the 1935-39 period and in 1950 are compared in the table below.
|Publication Subtype||USGS Numbered Series|
|Title||Annotated bibliography and index map of sulfur and pyrites deposits in the United States and Alaska (including references to July 1, 1951)|
|Publisher||U.S. Geological Survey|
|Publisher location||Washington, D.C.|
|Description||Report: 48 p.; Plate: 19.95 x 13.09 inches|
|Google Analytic Metrics||Metrics page|