Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 348

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The Survey., 1908 - Geology
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Page 122 - General discussion. The coal fields of the United States, by CW Hayes. Twenty-second Ann. Rept., pt. 3, 1902, pp. 7-24. Distribution and geologic relations of the various coal fields in the United States, classification of coals, production, and marketing. The northern Appalachian coal field, by David White, MR Campbell, and RM Haseltine. Twenty-second Ann. Rept., pt. 3, 1902, pp. 119-226. The southern Appalachian coal...
Page 121 - Stratigraphy of the bituminous coal field in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, by IC White. Bull. No. 65, 1891, pp. 212.
Page 80 - ... area of Copper Ridge and Beekmantown dolomite extending to Morristown. Low undulating southeast dip accounts for the width of this outcrop. MORRISTOWN, TENNESSEE, TO BRISTOL, VIRGINIA The route from Morristown back to Bristol, Virginia, is covered largely by the Morristown, Greeneville, Roan Mountain, and Bristol folios of the Geologic Atlas of the United States and is not shown on a route map. The route follows for 7 miles (11 kilometers) the road northeast of Russellville, along undifferentiated...
Page 61 - This occurrence was not seen by the writer, but it is reported to be on the east slope of a hill where shears trend north and dip steeply east.
Page 22 - Price 10 cents. 111. Geology of the Big Stone Gap coal field of Virginia and Kentucky, by Marius R.
Page 118 - County, showing 29 per cent volatile matter, 62 per cent fixed carbon, less than 1 per cent moisture, between 4 and 6 per cent ash, 0.831 per cent sulphur, and 0.015 per cent phosphorus.
Page 82 - ... Russell Fork all the drainage passes into Kentucky through the Breaks of Sandy at the north end of Pine Mountain. The principal streams tributary to Russell Fork are Pound River, McClure Creek, and Fryingpan Creek. Pound River, the largest, rises at Black Mountain on Stateline Spur and flows northeast parallel with Pine Mountain for 25 miles. Cranes Nest River, a fork of Pound River, is of about the same size as McClure Creek, each having a basin about 20 miles long. The winding courses of the...
Page 94 - Gap a 30-foot drift shows 15 feet 4 inches of coal. The bottom bench of this section is solid coal 4 feet 10 inches thick and the remaining 10 feet contains 4 feet of clay and shale. Near Elijah Rasnick's house, below Cane Gap, a 50-foot drift shows a section 6 feet 2 inches thick similar to the lower part of the bed in Cane Gap.
Page 92 - A description of the exposures seen at prospect trenches, coal banks, and natural outcrops in all parts of the area will give an idea of the character and distribution of the coal beds.
Page 93 - A feet thick. This includes 2 inches of clay and 30 to 36 inches of laminated coal in the middle. It has a sandstone roof and floor, and from the fact that the underlying sandstone, well exposed a few rods farther upstream, carries abundant quartz pebbles, it is concluded that this bed is on top of the Lee conglomerate. This same coal has been opened at a number of points on Indian Creek and shows everywhere a considerable thickness.

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