2 edition of Geology and coal resources of the Tiptop quadrangle, Kentucky found in the catalog.
Geology and coal resources of the Tiptop quadrangle, Kentucky
Stewart W. Welch
|Statement||by Stewart W. Welch ; prepared in cooperation with the University of Kentucky and the Kentucky Geological Survey.|
|Series||Contributions to economic geology, Geological Survey bulletin -- 1042-P|
|Contributions||University of Kentucky., Kentucky Geological Survey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 585-612 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||612|
The Springfield coal (Pennsylvanian Westphalian D Carbondale Formation) is the most heavily mined coal in Indiana and western Kentucky. The relative position of the Springfield coal within the stratigraphic section is shown on Fig. ionally, much of the mining has been from surface mines near the edge of the basin and underground mines, up to about m below the surface, in near Cited by: Geology; by state; Kentucky geologic map data. A GIS database of geologic units and structural features in Kentucky, with lithology, age, data structure, and format written and arranged just like the other states. , Geologic map of Kentucky: sesquicenntennial edition of the Kentucky Geological Survey: U.S. Geological Survey and the.
Rice, C L, and Ping, R G. Geologic map of the Middlesboro North Quadrangle, Bell County, States: N. p., Web. Coal resources available for mining have been estimated for the Handshoe Quadrangle within the Hazard Coal Reserve District of the Eastern Kentucky Coal Field. Twelve coal beds within the quadrangle are potentially mineable and comprise the basis of these resource estimates. Seven of these beds have been commercially developed, but only four have produced more than 1 million tons: the Author: Gerald A. Weisenfluh, Robert E. Andrews, John K. Hiett, Richard E. Sergeant.
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Been formed on the ridges by erosion of weak beds of shale and coal overlying resistant beds of sandstone. Altitudes in the Tiptop quadrangle range from feet at Spring Fork at the western border to more than 1, feet at many points on southern ridges. Local relief ranges from to : Stewart W.
Welch. Geology and coal resources of the Tiptop quadrangle, Kentucky / by Stewart W. Welch. Format Online Resource Book Published [Washington, D.C].: [United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey], [Washington]: [United States Government Printing Office] Description.
Geology and Coal Resources of the Salyersville North Quadrangle, Magoffin, Morgan, and Johnson Counties, Kentucky: Usgs Bulletin B [Windsor Lester Adkison, J. Johnston] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is a scientific organization created inand is part of the U.S.
government. Get this from a library. Geology and coal resources of the Tiptop quadrangle, Kentucky. [Stewart W Welch; Geological Survey (U.S.); Kentucky Geological Survey.; University of Kentucky.] -- A study of nine principal coal beds in Breathitt, Magoffin, and Knott Counties.
Prepared in cooperation with the University of Kentucky and the Kentuck Geological Survey. Geology and coal resources of the Salyersville North quadrangle, Magoffin, Morgan, and Johnson Counties, Kentucky (Geological Survey bulletin) [W. L Adkison] on.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Welch, Stewart W., Geology and coal resources of the Tiptop quadrangle, Kentucky (OCoLC) Material Type. Geology and coal resources of the Cannel City quadrangle, Kentucky Bulletin A By: Kenneth John Englund.
GEOLOGY OF THE CANNEL CITY AREA, KENTUCKY GEOLOGY AND COAL RESOURCES OF THE CANNEL CITY QUADRANGLE By KENNETH J. ENGLUND The Cannel City 7%-minute quadrangle, located near the western edge of the eastern Kentucky coalfield, covers an area of 59 square miles in parts of Morgan, Wolfe, and Magoffin : Kenneth John Englund.
More information: National Geologic Map Database Index Page; Document: Document (37 pdf) Preceding Publications: Geologic map of the Tip Top Quadrangle, eastern Kentucky () Open Access Version: Publisher Index Page. Kentucky Geologic Quadrangle Image Download Center.
The Tiptop coal-mine fire 2 is located at 37 ° ′N latitude and 83 ° ′W longitude in the Tiptop ′ geologic quadrangle (Danilchek, ), northern Breathitt County, Kentucky ().According to this map, the fire is the Middle Pennsylvanian, Breathitt Formation, Skyline coalbed.
Underground mining dates to the by: The Kentucky Geological Survey's interactive map provides a large amount of information on Kentucky's geology and natural resources in interactive map form, including: Surface geology Coal, oil, and gas resources Water wells and springs Hazards - sinkholes and landslides Mineral resources Aerial images, some LiDAR imagery, and outcrop photos The map allows users to select.
Geology and coal resources of the Tiptop quadrangle, Kentucky / by: Welch, Stewart W., Published: () Origin of the boghead coals / by: Thiessen, Reinhardt,Published: (). General Information. Title: Geology and coal resources of the Tiptop quadrangle, Kentucky Author(s): Welch, S.W.
Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Bulletin P Larger Work: Contributions to economic geology, Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: None North Latitude: 37° 37' 30" N (). Output is the same text file with the converted values and the KY county and KYquadrangle where a coordinate is located.
Launch tool. Education. Geological Educational Resources for K Inthe Education Committee of the Kentucky Geological Survey, in conjunction with the Kentucky Society of Professional Geologists, established. Geology and coal resources of the Tiptop quadrangle, Kentucky / by: Welch, Stewart W., Published: () Geology and refractory clay deposits of the Haldeman and Wrigley Quadrangles, Kentucky / by: Patterson, Sam H.et al.
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Geology and Coal Resources of the Salyersville North Quadrangle, Magoffin, Morgan, and Johnson Counties, Kentucky: Usgs Bulletin B: Windsor Lester Adkison, J. E Author: Windsor Lester Adkison, J. Johnston. If a coal has more than 50 percent ash, it would be a carbonaceous shale, rather than coal.
Facts about coal. Coal is a rock that can burn. Coal is an energy source. Coal is a sedimentary rock. Coal is an energy mineral (legally a mineral, scientifically a rock). Coal. A more detailed assessment for the Gulf Coast region includes reviews of the coal geology, resource potential, and quality of coals in four areas (Figure 2A and other chapters of this volume).
These areas selected for study (Figure 2A) are described in this report as: (1) the Sabine uplift in Louisiana (Warwick et al., c), (2) the Sabine uplift in Texas (J. R. SanFilipo and S. E. Suitt.This work was performed by staff and students at the Kentucky Geological Survey.
Funding for compiling coal information and assessing coal resources was supported, in part, by grants from the U.S. Geological Survey under the following programs: National Coal Resource Data System Coop, Coal Availability and Recoverability, National Coal Quality Inventory, and National Coal Resource .Publication Available coal resource study of Appalachia minute quadrangle, Virginia-Kentucky Publication Contributions to Virginia Geology - IV Publication Proceedings - 26th Forum on the geology of industrial minerals.