|Other titles||Coal resources of the Elk Valley area, Tennessee and Kentucky.|
|Statement||by Kenneth J. Englund.|
|Series||United States. Geological Survey. Professional paper, 572, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 572.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .P9 no. 572|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 59 p.|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||gs 68000183|
Get this from a library! Geology and coal resources of the Elk valley area Tennessee and Kentucky: a study of the resources, principally coal, and a description of the structural geology at the southwest end of the Cumberland overthrust sheet. [Kenneth J Englund]. Geology and coal resources of the Cannel City quadrangle, Kentucky / by: Englund, Kenneth John, Published: () Geology of the Big Stone Gap coal field of Virginia and Kentucky / by: Campbell, Marius R. , Published: (). search catalog. all catalog, articles, website, & more in one search; catalog books, media & more in the Stanford Libraries' collections; articles+ journal articles & other e-resources. , Geology and coal resources of the Elk Valley area, Tennessee and Kentucky: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper , 59 p.
Geology and coal resources of the Cannel City quadrangle, Kentucky Bulletin A By: Kenneth John Englund. "Geology of the Cannel City area, Kentucky" describes the geology and mineral resources, especially the occurrence of coal, oil, and gas, in the Cannel City minute quadrangle. The report was under taken as a part of a general study by the U. S. Geological Survey of the coal and coal-bearing rocks in eastern Kentucky. The general. The Tennessee Geological Survey conducts research on the geology and mineral resources of Tennessee and makes the resulting scientific and technical information available to the public through published maps and publications. Additional information and services are available through conferences and correspondence. Tennessee has a history of mining more different kinds of mineral resources than any other state east of the Mississippi River except North Carolina, dating back to the late 18th century. Tennessee's non fuel mineral production totaled $ billion in , and included cement (Portland), sand and gravel (construction), sand and gravel.
General Information. Title: Geology and coal resources of the Elk Valley area, Tennessee and Kentucky Author(s): Englund, K.J. Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Professional Paper Publication Date: Map Scale: , Cross Section: Yes North Latitude: 36° 37' 30" N () South Latitude: 36° 22' 30" N (). Englund, K.J., , Geology and coal resources of the Elk Valley area, Tennessee and Kentucky: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, , 59 p. Coal Mining Geology Introduction Many obstacles or discontinuities in coal seams, mine floors, and roofs have geologic origins. Changes in the vertical and lateral arrangement of different rock types and rock bedding are related to the manner in which the rock was deposited, and in some cases, deformed after burial. Areal and economic geology of the Powell River area, Claiborne and Union Counties, Tennessee, , Open-File Report Preliminary notes on the geology of the Moore Hill fault system, Crittenden and Livingston Counties, Kentucky, , Open-File Report