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Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in Wabash County, Illinois

by Gilbert H. Cady

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Published in Urbana, Ill. : Illinois State Geological Survey .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Illinois,
  • Wabash County.
    • Subjects:
    • Coal -- Illinois -- Wabash County.,
    • Geology -- Illinois -- Wabash County.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Pennsylvanian.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 24.

      Statementby G. H. Cady [and others].
      SeriesIllinois. State Geological Survey. Report of investigations,, no. 183.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE106.W2 C3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24 p. :
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL209696M
      LC Control Numbera 55009630
      OCLC/WorldCa3143975

      34 billion ton coal reserve, 18 billion tons of which are recoverable using current technology. Of the recoverable coal, about 16 billion tons can be extracted through underground mining and 2 billion tons through surface mining. Coal production in Indiana comes from beds within the Pennsylvanian System. All coals are ranked as high-volatile. In the northern and central parts of the Illinois Basin, the iso-rank lines (lines of equal seam moisture and of equal calorific value calculated on the moist, mineral-matter-free basis) for the Herrin (No. 6) coal member of the Carbondale Formation (Pennsylvanian) exhibit an increase in rank with depth and parallel the structural contour lines Cited by:

      @article{osti_, title = {Thickness and quality of Springfield Coal Member, Gibson County, Indiana, as a function of differential compaction of precursor sediments}, author = {Eggert, D.L.}, abstractNote = {The Springfield Coal Member is a time transgressive coal that formed during the Pennsylvanian on a delta platform within the slowly subsiding Illinois basin. Visher, S. S., , Report on the amount of mineable coal under the Wabash River in Vigo County: Indiana Year Book for , p. Indiana operating problems as il­ Author: Denver Harper.

      Bulletin # REPORTS OF STUDIES pp., figs, includes COAL RESOURCES OF THE CRETACEOUS SYSTEM, VOLCANIC ASHES OF KANSAS, and more; Bulletin # OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENTS IN KANSAS DURING By Wiebe W. A. V. pp., 2 plts, 15 figs; Bulletin GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE NORTH FORK . The Lower Block Coal Member (Pennsylvanian-Atokan, Westphalian C) is an economic low-to medium-sulfur, low-ash coal resource in the Illinois Basin. Sulfur content is generally low (averaging %) in the study area, but varies over short distances. Higher sulfur areas occur as isolated pods and epigenetic pyrite increases significantly in the upper third of the selected .


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Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in Wabash County, Illinois by Gilbert H. Cady Download PDF EPUB FB2

SUBSURFACE GEOLOGY AND COAL RESOURCES OF THE PENNSYLVANIAN SYSTEM IN WABASH COUNTY, ILLINOIS G. CADY, M. ROLLEY, ADABELL KARSI'ROM, M. PARKER, AND M.

HOPKINS ABSTRACT Wabash County lies along the southeastern border of Illinois and is in the lllinois Basin.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cady, Gilbert H. (Gilbert Haven), Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in Wabash County, Illinois. Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in Wabash County, Illinois (Illinois.

State Geological Survey. Report of investigations) [Gilbert H Cady] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. subsurface geology and coal resources of the pennsylvanian system in certain counties of the illinois basin introduction gilbert h. cady clay county heinz a. lowenstam edwards county henry l.

smith and gilbert h. cady gallatin county m. william pullen hamilton county mary barnes rolley richland county raymond siever and gilbert h. cady. Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in certain counties of the Illinois basin.

Author(s): Illinois State Geological Survey: Subject(s): Geology, Stratigraphic Geology Coal: Geographic Coverage: Illinois. Clay County Edwards County Gallatin County Hamilton County Richland County: Temporal Coverage: Pennsylvanian.

RI Subsurface Geology and Coal Resources of the Pennsylvanian System in Wabash County, Illinois. 24p., 4pls., Plate 1, Plate 2, Plate 3, Plate 4 RI Subsurface Geology and Coal Resources of the Pennsylvanian System in Crawford and Lawrence Counties, Illinois. 17p., 4pls., Plate 1, Plate 2, Plate 3, Plate 4.

Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in Crawford and Lawrence Counties, Illinois. Author(s): Potter, Paul Edwin: Subject(s): Geology Coal Geology, Stratigraphic: Geographic Coverage: Illinois Crawford County.

Lawrence County. Temporal Coverage: Pennsylvanian. Issue Date: Publisher: Urbana, IL: Illinois State. Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in De Witt, McLean, and Piatt Counties, Illinois ([Illinois.

State Geological Survey] Circular) [Clegg, Kenneth Edward] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in De Witt, McLean, and Piatt CountiesAuthor: Kenneth Edward Clegg. Quadrangle Coal Mine Maps and Directories located in Wabash County.

These selected minute quadrangle maps are available online as PDF versions and show active and abandoned mines and their known extent on a topographic map base which includes township, range, and section lines and surface features such as roads, towns, lakes, and rivers. Brown C. and Whitlow J.

GEOLOGY OF THE DUBUQUE SOUTH QUADRANGLE IOWA-ILLINOIS USGS Bull. #A wraps with some wear, ex-lib, contents vg, but lacking geologic map in pocket. With 93 pp., 7 plts, 5 figs. Also included Whitlow J. and Brown C. GEOLOGY OF THE DUBUQUE NORTH QUADRANGLE IOWA-WISCONSIN-ILLINOIS.

Stratigraphic chart of the Pennsylvanian System in the Illinois Basin, showing major coal members. Modified from Mastalerz and Harper (, fig. 2) and Greb and others (, fig. 22).File Size: 6MB.

The Raccoon Creek Group in the Illinois Basin contains the oldest rocks of the Pennsylvanian System that range in age from Morrowan to Desmoinesian. The Group is best known from studies along the outcrop belt where various coal producing members and a few limestone members or beds have been mapped.

What is the famous coal basin northwest of Rostov. subject(s): Coal mines and mining 'Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in Wabash County, Illinois'. Pennsylvanian and Coal M.L. Barnhill, and H. Zhou, A Comprehensive Core Book of Pennsylvanian Rocks of the Illinois Basin: Its Construction and its Applications J.G.

Callis, and J.A. Rupp, Coal Resources of Daviess County, Indiana: AGIS-Based Resource AssessmentCited by: 3. The results of this study include county-based tabular reports of the tonnage of original Springfield Coal resources in place, remaining resources after mining, resources unlikely to be mined due to geologic and land use factors, and Springfield Coal resources that are deemed "available" (i.e., favorable) for mining according to the criteria of.

All files associated with this page are copyrighted © – by the Kentucky Geological Survey, University of Kentucky. An Equal Opportunity University.

Contact. Structures active during the Pennsylvanian Period and paleoenvironments in which Pennsylvanian strata were formed strongly influenced the character and location of coal resources in the Illinois Basin. Sediment filling the basin probably originated in the Canadian Shield and perhaps the highlands of the northern Appalachians.

Field trip held May 26 to June 1, Depositional and structural history of the Pennsylvanian system of the Illinois Basin: field trip 9, Ninth International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and GeologyPages: Cady, G.

et al. Subsurface geology and coal resources of the Pennsylvanian system in Wabash County, Illinois. Illinois State Geological Survey, Urbana,Report of Investigations, Number Softbound, minor signs of age, text in very good condition.

$ The strata of the bedrock geology of Illinois are dominated by Pennsylvanian age rocks which occur within the Illinois Basin.

Illinois Basin. The Illinois Basin is a northwest-southeast asymmetrical structural basin that is filled with more than meters of Paleozoic sedimentary basin covers most of Illinois, and extends into western Indiana and western l district: Washington, D.C.

Large areas of concentrated coal balls (permineralized peat) up to 4 m thick obstructed longwall mining in the Herrin Coal at the Old Ben No. 24 mine. The largest coal-ball area mapped contained > m3; several areas contained > m3 of coal balls.

In-mine mapping established that there were two types of roof (freshwater and marine), and that the coal balls were spatially .Peppers, R. A.,Correlation and palynology of coals in the Carbondale and Spoon Formations (Pennsylvanian) of the northeastern part of .A-C D-F G-I J-L M-O P-R S-U V-Z.

Jacobson, R. H., and others,Unifying nomenclature in the Pennsylvanian System of the Iilinois Basin: Illinois Acad. Sci. Trans., v. 78, p. Janssens, Adriaan,Middle Devonian formations in the subsurface of northwestern Indiana: Ohio Geol. Survey Rept.

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