2 edition of Clastic dikes intruding Cretaceous coals of western Colorado found in the catalog.
Clastic dikes intruding Cretaceous coals of western Colorado
John K. Hardie
Includes bibliographic references (p. 47-48).
|Statement||by John K. Hardie ; with a section on petrology by Neely H. Bostick.|
|Series||Bulletin ;, 53, Bulletin (Colorado Geological Survey) ;, 53.|
|Contributions||Bostick, N. H.|
|LC Classifications||QE611.5.U6 H37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||99205654|
This study focuses on the effects of a basaltic dike on the Pennsylvanian Springfield Coal of the Carbondale Formation and surrounding sediments in a coal mine in Gallatin County, Illinois; it is a follow-up of our previous research in this area (Mastalerz et al., , Schimmelmann et al., , Cao et al., ).In contrast to previous studies that concentrated on alterations within the coal Cited by: Contact Us. Department of Geology and Geophysics. E. University Ave., Dept. Laramie, WY Phone: Email: [email protected]
Carbonate Cementation in a Sequence-Stratigraphic Framework: Upper Cretaceous Sandstones, Book Cliffs, Utah-Colorado Article in Journal of Sedimentary Research 70(2) March with Mancos Shale (Cretaceous) at surface, covers 4 % of this area. In northwest and west-central: Intertongues complexly with units of overlying Mesaverde Group or Fm; lower part consists of a calcareous Niobrara equivalent and Frontier Sandstone and Mowry Shale Members; in areas where the Frontier and Mowry Members (Kmfm), or these and the Dakota Sandstone (Kfd) are .
Kalkreuth,W.D. and Leckie, D., , Sedimentological and petrographical characteristics of Cretaceous strandplain coals: a model for coal accumulation from the North American Western Interior Seaway: International Journal Coal Geology, 12, COAL CLINKER SITE IN THE LATE CRETACEOUS BLACKHAWK FORMATION, CASTLE GATE, UTAH, USA. Robert L. Eves. 1. and. Larry E. Davis. 2 1. Department of Physical Sciences Southern Utah University Cedar City, UT [email protected] 2. Bryce Canyon Natural History Association Bryce Canyon National Park Bryce, UT [email protected] LOCATION.
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Clastic dikes intruding Cretaceous coals of western Colorado (Online) (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John K Hardie; N H Bostick; Colorado Geological Survey.
“Bulletin 53 - Clastic Dikes Intruding Cretaceous Coals of Western Colorado.” Bulletin. Denver, CO: Colorado Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources, Clastic dikes intruding Cretaceous coals of western Colorado» Clastic dikes intruding Cretaceous coals of western Colorado.
Average Rating. Author. Hardie, John K. Publisher. Colorado Geological Survey. Pub. Date. Language. English. Choose a Format. eBook Show Edition. Available Online. Colorado State Publications. Coal extraction has a long and storied history in Colorado.
The estimated value of Colorado coal production in was $ million. Although coal production slightly increased inthe overall decreasing trend in coal production is due primarily to the nationwide increased use of natural gas and renewable energy.
The state fell from the [ ]. Bibliography of Clastic Dikes Research. Janu Hardie, J.K.,Clastic Dikes Intruding Cretaceous Coals of Western Colorado, Colorado Geological Survey, Bulle 48 pgs.Clastic dikes in Cretaceous coals in Utah and Colorado, U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin, A.
DOLOMITE-RICH CLASTIC DIKES AND SILLS INTRUDING CAMPANIAN COALS OF CENTRAL UTAH. HARDIE, John K., U.S.
Geological Survey, P.O. BoxFederal Center, Denver, CO Clastic dikes and sills intrude 13 commercial Blackhawk Formation coal beds along the Wasatch Plateau and western Book : Anny B.
Coury, T.S. Dyman. Colorado Mesa University Tomlinson Library New Books and More August Subject Area Location and Call Number Author Title BestSellers BstSlr BCL Levitin, Daniel J. A field guide to lies BestSellers BstSlr BFG7 S Sandberg, Sheryl Option B. 21/21 References cited ASTM, a, ASTM D/DM‐09 Standard practice for preparing coal samples for microscopical analysis by reflected light, Annual book of ASTM standards: Petroleum products, lubricants, and fossil fuels; Gaseous fuels; coal.
Colorado has a billion-year-long geologic history that determined where mineral resources occur and how easily they might be accessed. The state has a wealth of diverse mineral resources, including construction materials—sand, stone, and gravel; mineral fuels—oil, coal, and uranium; gemstones; metallic minerals—gold, silver, and molybdenum; along with rare earth.
Pages in category "Cretaceous Colorado" The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Clastic dikes in the Columbia Basin are wedge-shaped bodies composed of silt, sand and gravel. There are hundreds of thousands of. Intensive modeling of these coals has resulted in two major schools of thought. Firstly, Galloway , Flores [,], Ethridge and others , Warwick , Moore , and Warwick and Stanton  believe that the coals formed from peat that accumulated in swamps of fluvial systems.
Late Cretaceous-Age, Low-Permeability Reservoirs, Piceance Basin, Western Colorado By Ronald C. Johnson Abstract The Piceance basin of western Colorado contains large reserves of natural gas in low-permeability reservoirs of the Late Cretaceous-age Mesaverde Formation or Mesaverde Group.
The gas accumulation can be divided into threeCited by: A map of Colorado Plateau resources and outcrop photos of Cretaceous strata exposed in the region are provided on this page with links to individual sections of the report.
Additional maps, cross sections, stratigraphic columns and information about the geology, stratigraphy, coal deposits and resource recovery are also available. Abstract.
Large amounts of natural gas occur in low-permeability reservoir rocks of Cretaceous age in the Piceance basin of Northwest Colorado. Three closely spaced wells drilled through the Upper Cretaceous Mesaverde group as part of the US Department of Energy's Multiwell Experiment (MWX) were extensively cored and logged in order to identify the factors.
latitude 54°30' N, the upper part of the clastic wedge is totally non-marine. In a 70 km-wide zone north of this, it consists of 6 transgressive-regressive sequences, each with shoreface sandstones and conglomerates overlain by lagoon-backswamp mudstones and coals.
Farther north, only marine coarsening-upward sequences are present. The Stratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Rocks North of the Arkansas River in Eastern Colorado: Usgs Professional Paper K [Dane, C.
H., Pierce, W. G., Et Al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Stratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Rocks North of the Arkansas River in Eastern Colorado: Usgs Professional Paper KAuthors: C. Dane, W. Pierce, Et Al. EARLY CRETACEOUS FORELAND SEDIMENTATION OF THE LOWER CLASTIC UNIT, KOOTENAI FORMATION, SOUTHERN GALLATIN COUNTY, MONTANA by Marguerite (Meg) C.
Kremer B.A., California State University-Humbo1dt, Presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA Author: Marguerite C. Kremer.
Kauffman, E. (): Cretaceous evolution of the Western Interior Basin of the United States. — In: Pratt, L. M., Kauffman, E. & Zelt, F. (eds.): Fine Cited by: 6. The text below is taken directly from Jon Spencer’s introduction to this posthumous release of William R.
Dickinson notes and illustrations on the Cretaceous and Laramide of the Colorado Plateau. "William R. Dickinson was in the process of preparing a comprehensive publication on the Mesozoic stratigraphy and tectonic setting of the Colorado.
Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary stratigraphy of the Denver Basin, Colorado Robert G. Raynolds Department of Earth Sciences, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Colorado Boulevard, Denver, COby: The Museum of Western Colorado, DINOSAUR TRACKSITES OF WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH LATE CRETACEOUS COAL MINE TRACKS MARTIN G.
LOCKLEY AND CHET JENNINGS Abstract A large number of dinosaur tracksites, some yielding other interesting trace fossils, are known in the Dinosaur Triangle region of western Colo-rado and eastern Utah.Cretaceous Shelf Sandstones and Shelf Depositional Sequences, Western Interior Basin, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico Salt Lake City, Utah to Albuquerque, New Mexico June July 7, Field Trip Guidebook Tl 19 Leaders: Dag Nummedal, Editor Robyn Wright Associate Leaders: Rex Cole Robert Retny, Editor American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.