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Plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal

Leonard Richard Wilson

Plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal

by Leonard Richard Wilson

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Published in Norman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleobotany -- Oklahoma,
  • Paleobotany -- Pennsylvanian,
  • Micropaleontology,
  • Coal -- Oklahoma

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCircular (Oklahoma Geological Survey) -- 32
    ContributionsHoffmeister, William Simon, 1901-,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE919 W5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination57;2p.
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17203105M

    Coal preparation. As explained above, during the formation of coal and subsequent geologic activities, a coal seam may acquire mineral matter, veins of clay, bands of rock, and igneous addition, during the process of mining, a portion of the roof and floor material may be taken along with the coal seam in order to create adequate working height for the equipment and miners. Eble, C. F., and Gillespie, W. H., , Palynology of selected Pennsylvanian coal beds from the central and southern Appalachian basin-Correlation and stratigraphic implications; in, Coal and Hydrocarbon Resources of North America; Volume 2, Characteristics of the Mid-Carboniferous Boundary and Associated Coal-bearing Rocks in the Appalachian.

    The term "plant microfossil" is used here for spores and pollen grains of plants irrespective of their affinity. Algae, fungal hyphae, trichomes, certain leaves and other plant parts that might come under the heading of microfossils are not included in the present discussion. The literature pertinent to plant micropaleontology is widely. Coal is a sedimentary rock made predominantly of carbon that can be burned for fuel. Coal is readily combustible, black or brownish-black, and has a composition that, including inherent moisture, consists of more than 50 percent by weight and more than 70 percent by volume of carbonaceous material. It is formed from plant remains that have been compacted, hardened, chemically.

    Brauer, D.F., , Heterosporous, barinophytacean plants from the Upper Devonian of North America and a discussion of the possible affinities of the Barinophytaceae: Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, v. 33, no. , p. Clarke, R.T., , Palynology of the Secor Coal . coal beds are to be correlated on the basis of plant microfossils, which is in agree- ment with C. L. Cooper.9 The Curlew coal bed is thought to be younger than the Rock Island and Seville coal beds,'" and this view is held by the author. The Bald Hill coal bed, originally described by G. H. Cady," is younger than the Curlew coal bed.


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Plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal by Leonard Richard Wilson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal. [L R Wilson; William Simon Hoffmeister]. Pennsylvanian Plant Microfossils of the Croweburg Coal in Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Circular, v.

32, p. [SNOMNH_Pbot] Wilson, Leonard Richard, Geology of the White River Uplift in Northwestern Colorado (pp.

) AND The Origin and Development of Graben Structures Associated with Salt Domes (pp. ) AND Geological Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Surveys (pp.

) AND Outline of Talk Given (on the Okmulgee Oil District, Oklahoma, pp. ) AND Pennsylvanian Plant Microfossils of the Croweburg Coal in Oklahoma (p. 78). Pennsylvanian plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal in Oklahoma, by L. Wilson and William S.

Hoffmeister. Circular 37 A new Pleistocene fauna from Harper County, Oklahoma, by Dwight W. Taylor and Claude W. Hibbard. Circular 38 Catalog of fossils from the Hunton group, Oklahoma, by Thomas W.

Amsden. Circular The fossils also vary, like coal, in response to geologic pressure and heat, and to weathering. A great variety of physical and chemical methods are applicable to the effective recovery and concentration of plant microfossils from rocks of differing facies and geologic history.

There is poor representation of plant taxa in the sequence below the coal. The taxa includes Taxodium, Betula, Ostrya, and Zelkova species. Presence of Hemitrapa borealis Heer, the index species of the Aniai-type flora (Huzioka, Plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal book is indicative of an early Miocene age.

The plant assemblage from the unit above the coal is more abundant. County Croweburg coal. microfossils. from Illinois. Illinois. Geo- logical. The arborescent lycopods dominated many coal-swamp plant communities of the Middle Pennsylvanian.

Microfossils also happen to be abundant, especially in marine rocks which are the most common form of sedimentary rock in the crust of the Earth. Microfossils have many applications to petroleum geology (Fleisher and Lane, in press, Ventress,LeRoy, ). The two most common uses are: biostratigraphy and paleoenvironmental analyses.

Books; GeoRef. About GeoRef; GeoRef Advanced Search miscellaneous protistans of uncertain or known affinity and other similar sized microfossils utilized in palynology as stratigraphic and paleoecologic indicators arc briefly reviewed The economic value of this relatively modern scientific field to the petroleum industry may be increased.

Twenty-Fourth Annual Report of the Inspection of Coal Mines and Coal Production, State of Kansas, (Topeka, Kansas State Printing Plant, ), pp. 42, John M. Robb, "The Migration of Negro Coal Miners From Alabama to Southeast Kansas in " (unpublished master's thesis, Department of Social Science, Kansas State College, ).

A coal preparation plant (CPP; also known as a coal handling and preparation plant (CHPP), coal handling plant, prep plant, tipple or wash plant) is a facility that washes coal of soil and rock, crushes it into graded sized chunks (sorting), stockpiles grades preparing it for transport to market, and more often than not, also loads coal into rail cars, barges, or ships.

Plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal: Okla. Book. Jan ; J M Schopf; L R Wilson; R Bentall; View. XVII.—The Small Spore Floras of Coals in the Limestone Coal Group and Upper Limestone.

Plant microfossils in correlation of coal beds. Urbana, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert M Kosanke.

Permian plant microfossils of the Blair Athol coal measures, Baralaba coal measures and basal Rewan Formation of Queensland / by C.B. Foster Geological Survey of Queensland Brisbane Australian/Harvard Citation.

Foster, C. & Geological Survey of Queensland. Winslow, M. Upper Mississippian and Pennsylvanian megaspores and other plant microfossils from Illinois. Ill. Geol. Surv. Bull. Slides bearing all illustrated specimens are deposited with the paleobotanical collection, Department of Botany, Ohio State.

Abstract. This chapter covers the classic areas of Coal Measures of the Lancashire, Yorkshire and East Midlands coalfields (Figure ). They are the thickest and most fully developed coalfields north of the Wales-Brabant Barrier, with up to m of Westphalian strata being present. Coal Geology provides a complete integrated handbook on coal and all its properties, covering the physical and chemical properties of coal as well as coal petrology.

It describes the age and occurence of coal; coal sampling and analysis; coal exploration; geophysics and hydrogeology of coal and coal mining techniques. It also discusses environmental concerns and computer technology, and /5(3). @article{osti_, title = {Coal-cleaning plant refuse characterization}, author = {Cavalet, J R and Torak, E R}, abstractNote = {This report describes a study performed for the Electric Power Research Institute's Coal Cleaning Test Facility in Homer City, Pennsylvania.

The purpose of the study was to design a standard methods for chemically and physically classifying refuse generated by. Some plant fossils are found in hard lumps called coal balls. Coal, a fossil fuel, is formed from the remains of decomposed plants.

Coal balls are also formed from the plant remains of forests and swamps, but these materials did not turn into coal. They slowly petrified, or were replaced by rock.

Seven thin coal seams from the uppermost Cretaceous strata (Brazeau) of Western Alberta are investigated with the purpose of revealing the existence of classifiable fossil spores and pollens which may be significant as index units in stratigraphic differentiation.

Thirty-four microfossils are classified, described, and illustrated. A coal-fired power station or coal power plant is a thermal power station which burns coal to generate -fired power stations generate over a third of the world's electricity but cause hundreds of thousands of early deaths each year, mainly from air pollution.

A coal-fired power station is a type of fossil fuel power coal is usually pulverized and then burned in a. Marine microfossils (foraminifera) defined the boundary in deep-sea deposits in the Alvarez et al.

() study; in the Orth et al. () study, terrestrial plant microfossils (pollen and spores) were the guides to the position of the boundary in coal-bearing, terrestrial (nonmarine) strata. In the succeeding years, about 50 localities have.Coal - Coal - World distribution of coal: Coal is a widespread resource of energy and chemicals.

Although terrestrial plants necessary for the development of coal did not become abundant until Carboniferous time ( million to million years ago), large sedimentary basins containing rocks of Carboniferous age and younger are known on virtually every continent, including Antarctica (not.