Coal Measures


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Coal Measures

[′kōl ‚mezh·ərz]
(geology)
The sequence of rocks typically containing coal of the Upper Carboniferous.
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His establishing of this regional pattern, and his coining of stratigraphic names including Wianamatta, Hawkesbury, and Coal Measures that are still in use today, are shown on his map of Portion of the Eastern Coalfield (Fig.
The [C.sub.3]t and [P.sub.1]s coal measures are the main Upper Paleozoic source rocks and composed of coal seam and dark mudstone, with the average TOC contents of 56.92% and 3.01%, respectively [31].
In Chinese coal measure strata, because the coal seam, dark mud shale, and tight sandstone interbedded deposit, the geological phenomenon which several kinds of coal measures gasses jointly preserve is relatively prevalent.
The second location is in the Eastern coal measures near Hazleton.
Designed to intersect the Permian age Baralaba Coal Measures, the well was planned to be drilled and cased to approximately 1,200 metres and then cored to the final depth.
The Bulli seam is stratigraphically the uppermost seam in the Illawarra coal measures, of Sydney Basin, which belong to Permian and Triassic era.
The skull, found in coal measures at a pit in Blyth, Northumberland, was scanned by a CT scanning machine at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle.
Both the Juandah and Taroom Coal Measures of the Walloon Sub-Group sub-crop within the Company's Surat Basin project area.
Based on the data from pilot production wells adjacent to Bow's Blackwater CSG field, along with Bow's previous core hole data, MHA Petroleum Consultants, Inc (MHA) have certified within the Rangal coal measures of Bow's Blackwater field (ATP 1025P) a further 89 PJ of 2P and 13 PJ of 3P.
The latest well targets the Baralaba Coal Measures and is to be drilled and cased to around 1,300 metres.
The later mills in the region were the first to use steam power on a regular basis since there were coal measures nearby.
AgForce policy director Drew Wagner says the water was coming from the Walloon coal measures underground aquifer, part of the Great Artesian Basin.