Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin

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U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey , Denver, Colo
Coal reserves -- Illinois., Coal reserves -- Indiana., Coal reserves -- Kentucky., Coal reserves -- Illinois B

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Provides overview of the geologic setting, estimates of the remaining resources, and summaries of the quality of the Pennsylvanian coals. Disc 2 contains an interactive mapping application that presents spatial data in shapefile format of the coal resources, geology, and geochemistry. ArcView Data Publisher included is available only for Microsoft Windows.

Other titlesResource assessment of major coals in the Illinois Basin, National Coal Resource Assessment
Statementedited by J.R. Hatch and R.H. Affolter ; prepared in cooperation with the Illinois Geological Survey, Indiana Geological Survey and Kentucky Geological Survey.
SeriesProfessional paper ;, 1625-D, Professional paper (Geological Survey (U.S.)) ;, no. 1625-D.
ContributionsHatch, Joseph R., Affolter, Ronald H., Geological Survey (U.S.), National Coal Resource Assessment (U.S.), Illinois State Geological Survey., Indiana. Geological Survey., Kentucky Geological Survey.
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LC ClassificationsQE75, TN805.I3
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 CD-ROMs
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3666937M
ISBN 100607987030
LC Control Number2002565643
OCLC/WorldCa50755727

Resource Assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin CD-ROM – January 1, by R. Affolter (Editor), J. Hatch (Editor)Manufacturer: U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey. Resource Assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin Figure 2 (above).

Major structural features and extent and depth of the Springfield Coal in the Illinois Basin. Modified from Hatch and Affolter (, Chapter A, fig. Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker coals in the Illinois Basin Professional Paper D By: Joseph R.

Hatch and Ronald H. Affolter. Book in English Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin edited by J.R. Hatch and R.H. Affolter ; prepared in cooperation with the Illinois Geological Survey, Indiana Geological Survey and Kentucky Geological Survey.

Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin. Other author/creator: Hatch, Joe. Coal reserves--Illinois Basin. More information about this title. Series: Electronic Resources Access Content Online Available.

Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin. Provides overview of the geologic setting, estimates of the remaining resources, and summaries of the quality of the Pennsylvanian coals.

Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker coals in the Illinois Basin. E2 Resource Assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin Coal quality in the Illinois Basin Figure 2. Stratigraphic chart of the Pennsylvanian system in the Illinois Basin, showing major coal members.

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Published: (). Get this from a library. Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin. [Joseph R Hatch; Ronald H Affolter; Geological Survey (U.S.); National Coal Resource Assessment (U.S.); Illinois State Geological Survey.;] -- Provides overview of the geologic setting, estimates of the remaining resources, and summaries of the quality of the Pennsylvanian.

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Modified from Mastalerz and Harper (, fig. 2) and Greb and others (, fig. 22). The resource assessment concludes that in the Illinois Basin there are significant resources of about billion short tons of bituminous coal remaining in deposits that are greater than 42 inches thick.

Inthe Illinois basin contributed about 87 million short tons of coal, used primarily toward the generation of electricity. Most past, current, and expected future coal production in the Illinois Basin is from the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals.

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The main products of this assessment are digital databases that contain all publicly available point-source data on thickness, depth, and coal quality for the Spring field, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals. Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin by Geological Survey (U.S.) () 4 editions published in in English and Undetermined and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

The first well in the Illinois area of the Illinois Basin coal bed methane project was drilled in White County, Illinois in October This well was cored in the major coal interval from the Danville to the Davis Coals and provided a broad spectrum of samples for further analyses.

Sixteen coal samples and. The Illinois Basin is an intercratonic basin covering an area of approximatelykm 2 in Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky. Coal-bearing, Pennsylvanian strata thickens into two depocenters within the basin; the semi-circular Fairfield Basin in south-central Illinois, and the much narrower and deeper, Moorman Syncline in western Kentucky (Fig.

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Weisenfluh U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper D. Illinois Basin summaries are from Affolter and Hatch () and represent data from the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals. Warrior field sulfides and Cahaba field coal data are. Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville and Baker coals in the Illinois basin R.H., Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville and Baker coals in the.

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Resource Assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin. Illinois Basin Consortium (IBC). U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper D. Historic Michigan Road Association. About the Road. Retrieved Janufrom The.

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The Illinois Basin (Indiana, Illinois, and western Kentucky) holds substantial Pennsylvanian coal resources of high volatile bituminous rank, but much of this resource is considered to be too deep.

Resource Assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville and Baker Coals in the Illinois Basin. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper D, p.

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Assessment of undiscovered oil and gas resources of the San Juan Basin Province of New Mexico and Colorado, Fact Sheet Resource assessment of the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker coals in the Illinois Basin,Fact Sheet   Warrior field and Powder River Basin coal data are from Bragg et al.

(). Illinois Basin summaries are from Affolter and Hatch () and represent data from the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals.

Warrior field sulfides and Cahaba field coal data are summarized from unpublished data of J.R. Hatch and M.L.

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