Geochemistry of minor elements in coals of the northern Great Plains coal province

by Peter Zubovic

Publisher: U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington

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  • Coal -- Great Plains -- Analysis.,
  • Analytical geochemistry -- Great Plains.,
  • Trace elements -- Analysis.

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Statementby Peter Zubovic, Taisia Stadnichenko, and Nola B. Sheffey.
SeriesGeological Survey bulletin -- 1117-A, Minor elements in American coals
ContributionsStadnichenko, T. 1894-1958., Sheffey, N. B.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 58 p. :
Number of Pages58
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Open LibraryOL22965866M

Get this from a library! Surface coal mining in the Northern Great Plains of the western United States: an introduction and inventory utilizing aerial photography collected in and [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Region VIII.; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.; United States. (). Distribution of Minor Elements in Some Coals in the Western and Southwestern Regions of the Interior Coal Province. U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. Geochemistry of Miner Elements in Coals of the Northern Great Plains Coal Province. U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. A, 58 pp. @article{osti_, title = {Analyses of the Northern Great Plains Province lignites and subbituminous coals and their ash}, author = {Cooley, S A and Ellman, R C}, abstractNote = {This compilation of analyses of North Dakota and Montana low-rank coals (lignites and subbituminous coals) and of their ash extends the data base for these coals and should prove useful to present and . The Northern Rocky Mountains and the Northern Great Plains The northern Rocky Mountain region and the Northern Great Plains of Wyoming, Montana, and North Dakota contain vast amounts of strippable coal within the Paleocene Fort Union Formation ().Fort Union coal beds currently being mined are as much as feet thick.

Chemical element - Chemical element - Geochemical distribution of the elements: Knowledge of the geochemical distribution of elements involves elucidation of the relative and absolute abundances of the chemical elements in the Earth and in its various parts—the crust, interior, atmosphere, and hydrosphere. This comprises a major part of the science of geochemistry, which is the study of the. Elevated levels of selenium (Se) were detected downstream from the five open pit coal mines in the Elk River Valley, British Columbia. Se is an essential nutrient but, in excessive amounts, it may cause teratogenic deformities and reproductive failure in fish and birds. To provide mine operators in the Elk River Valley with the information needed to assess the risk of Se release from waste. Middle Pennsylvanian Cherokee Group coals from south-central and southeastern Iowa are typical high-sulfur, high-ash coals. These coals have an arithmetic mean sulfur content of percent and a mean ash content of percent. Apparent rank for most samples is high-volatile C bituminous coal. The relatively high contents of sulfur and 23 other elements in Iowa Cherokee Group coals are. Call for papers for Special Issue “Critical Elements in Coal and Coal Ash and their Recovery” of International Journal of Coal Geology Elements including rare earth elements (REE) and other critical elements such as Ge, Ga, Nb, V, Mo, U, etc. play an important role in many aspects of 21st-century life.

It is also highly likely that organic matter contributes small amounts of Si and Al in the coal, and phytoliths are one potential source. However, the detrital sediment is a major contributor to the major and trace element geochemistry of the coals. Trace elements with a . Coal occurs in beds up to 7 feet thick and generally is of bituminous rank, some of which is of coking quality. Limited anthracite deposits occur locally. Northern Great Plains Coal Province. This coal province includes coal regions that occur in the Great Plains east . Correlations Between Petrographical Properties, Chemical Structure, and Technological Behavior of Rhenish Brown Coal E. A. WOLFRUM Chapter 2, DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): Septem Harold H. Schobert. Present position: Chief Scientist, Schobert International LLC, Jordan, MN (since ) Working with various private-sector clients, provide expert witness services, conduct critical reviews of the literature on various topics, advise on design of experimental programs and interpretation of results, and prepare and present short courses on selected topics.

Geochemistry of minor elements in coals of the northern Great Plains coal province by Peter Zubovic Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Northern Great Plains coal province encompasses an area in four north- central States. A geochemical study has been made of the following 15 minor elements in the coals: boron, beryllium, titanium, vanadium, chromium, cobalt, nickel, copper, zinc, gallium, germanium, molybdenum, tin, yttrium, and lan­ by: Geochemistry of Minor Elements in Coals of the Northern Great Plains Coal Province,Geological Survey Bulletin, Number A: 58 pages.

Paperback – January 1, by P. et al Author: P. et al. Zubovic. Geochemistry of minor elements in coals of the northern Great Plains coal province (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Zubovic; Taisia Stadnichenko; Nola B Sheffey; Geological Survey (U.S.).

The coals of Iowa and Missouri contain more of all the minor elements except titanium, tin, and lanthanum than do the coals of Oklahoma and Arkansas. Two samples of lignite of Eocene age from Arkansas contain more of all the minor elements, except boron, than do Cited by: 9.

The occurrence of minor elements in ash of low-rank coal from Texas, Colorado, North Dakota, and South Dakota: a contribution to geochemistry / Hlavní autor: Deul, Maurice Vydáno: () Uranium content of ground and surface waters in a part of the central Great Plains / Hlavní autor: Landis, Edwin Robert, Vydáno: ().

Abstract. Coal will be a major energy source in the United States and in many other countries well into the 21st century. Although coal is composed predominantly of organic matter, inorganic constituents in coal commonly attract more attention and can ultimately determine how the coal will be used.

In terms of geotectonic units and coal-forming periods, five coal-distribution areas can be outlined: the Northern area (dominated by C 2 –P 1 coals); the Southern area (P 2, T 3 and C 1 coals); the Northeastern area (J 3 –K 1 and E–N coals); the Northwestern area (J 1–2 coals); and the Tibet–western Yunnan area (E–N and T 3 coals).

The term “rare earth elements” is actually a misnomer. REE are quite abundant within the earth's crust, falling in approximately the 50th percentile of elemental abundances [], and in fact are about times more abundant than gold [].The name originated from their discovery in the 18th century, where at the time they were discovered with a class of oxides called “earths” and the.

I A geochemistry of minor elements in coals of the northern great plains coal province I A geophysical abstracts january march I minerals of Colorado a year record I M geology of the inyan kara mountain quadrangle crook and Weston counties Wyoming I L geology of the Littleton.

Zubovic P, Stadnichenko T, Sheffey NB () Geochemistry of minor elements in coals of the Northern Great Plains coal province. USGS Bulletin A Download references.

Recent Advances in Coal Geochemistry Author(s) L. Lynn Chyi; Occurrence and distribution of sodium in the northern Great Plains lignite. Author(s) The use of rare earth and trace element concentrations in vitrinite concentrates and companion whole coals (hvA bituminous) to determine organic and inorganic associations.

Author(s). PDF | OnAnton Sotirov published Major elements in the coal from the Oranovo-Simitli basin. Пепелообразуващи елементи във.

it is a fossil fuel-the elements in coal are mainly hydrogen and carbon, with lower levels of hydrogen, oxygen, sulfur and nitrogen, yet some trace elements within coal are radioactive.

These. There are only scarce data on the relationship of Be content with rank. Depletion of Be with rank was established in bituminous coals from the Karagandin basin, Kazakchstan (Golitzin and Latif-Zade, ).No correlation with rank was found for American coals of Rocky Mountain, Northern Great Plains, and Interior Provinces (Affolter and Hatch, ).

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Gulf, Rocky Mountain, and Northern Great Plains province coals tended to be high in carbonate-related or organically-combined elements: some of these are low-rank coals, in which organic.

Inorganic Geochemistry of Coal Origin of Inorganic Substances in Coal Minerals of Plant Origin Minerals of Detrital Origin Minerals of Chemical Origin Formation Stages of Minerals in Coal Trace Elements in Coal Classification of Trace Elements The Occurring Form of Trace Elements in Coal.

Statistical summaries of proximate and ultimate analyses heat of combustion and content of 36 major minor and trace elements were calculated for 37 Eocene Paleocene and Cretaceous coal samples from 31 coal fields or areas in the Rocky Mountain and Northern Great Plains coal provinces and for Pennsylvanian coal samples from 14 areas.

Curtis A. Palmer, Paul C. Lyons, Zoe Ann Brown, James S. Mee, "The use of rare earth and trace element concentrations in vitrinite concentrates and companion whole coals (hvA bituminous) to determine organic and inorganic associations", Recent Advances in Coal Geochemistry, L.

Lynn Chyi, C.- L. Chou. Download citation file: Ris (Zotero. valuable elements (e.g., Ga, Al, rare earth elements and yttrium) that have been recovered, or have such potential, from coal combustion wastes [5–8].

Geochemical anomalies in coals from Eastern Yunnan have previously been reported; for instance, Zhou et al. [9] reported trace-element geochemistry of. Finkelman, R.B. Trace and Minor Elements in Coal. In: Organic Geochemistry; Plenum: New York, ; pp. [22] Li, T. Element abundances of Chinese continental crust and its sedimentary layer and upper continental crust.

Geochemica,23(2), [in Chinese with English abstract]. [23]. Abstract Coal seams up to 10 m in thickness with high rare earth element (REE) concentrations (– ppm) were detected in some of the Russian Far East deposits.

This paper reports on the REE composition of the coals from a number of deposits. The REE-bearing coals are subdivided into three geochemical types.

Studies of REE distributions across the coal seams, examination of gravitation. International Classification of Coals 5. Coal Exploration and Mining World’s Coal Reserves and Resources Relationship Between Exploration and Coal Mining Main Exploration Methods Exploration Objectives Coal Mining in Ancient Times and Today 6.

Organic and Inorganic Geochemistry of Coal Organic Geochemistry of Coal. The trace element geochemistry of a particular coal is the result of the interaction of the original peaty material with water- and/or air-borne detrital input, and solutions that circulated within the coal basin [1–3], influenced in different ways by the botanical, biochemical and geological.

The elements found in coals are commonly classified as major (> 1 wt. %), minor ( wt. %) or trace (elements. These elements may occur in both organic and inorganic constituents of coal and each element has dominant associations and affinities with different phases in coal.

The most abundant major components in both coal and. The rare earth elements (REEs) in coals are important because of: (a) REE patterns can be an indicator of the nature of source rocks of the mineral matter as well as sedimentary environments; (b) REEs abundance in coal may have industrial-significance.

In this study, a total of thirty-four samples of Permian coal, partings, roof, and floor were collected from the Huaibei Coalfield, Anhui. The remaining elements were determined in the ash and are expressed on a whole-coal basis. cAverage sulfur and nitrogen calculated from analysis of90, 19, 40, 86, and 9 samples from Appalachian region, Interior province, Gulf province, Northern Great Plains province, Rocky Mountain province, and Alaska, respectively.

InStadnichenko led the first U.S Geological Survey exploring the minor-element distribution within coal by collecting samples of coal ash for element content analysis, which found germanium and other elements within the coal ash.

Uranium in black shale deposits, northern Rocky Mountains and Great Plains / Hlavní autor: Mapel, W. Vydáno: () Geochemistry of Minor Elements in Coals of the Northern Great Plains Coal Province / Hlavní autor: Zubovic, Peter Vydáno: ().

(BooK) Elements of Geochemistry, Geochemical Exploration and Medical Geology. between and within coal seams and coalfields. Though coals with unusually high concentrations of trace elements are quite rare, they have been reported in many coal basins worldwide (Dai et al. ).

Anomalous concentrations of trace elements in coals are usually related to source rock, volcanic ash, groundwater and.Similarly, in surface mines, the removal and handling of the overburden provides for the dissolution and migration of the contained trace elements.

SURFACE MINING Surface mines in the three western coal provinces (Northern Great Plains, Rocky Mountain, and Gulf Coastal Plain) are generally set in a rangeland environment.The northern Great Plains (NGP) geomorphic province of western Canada is a vast region of North America comprising overkm hing from the Precambrian Shield near Winnipeg, Manitoba, westward for over km to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the region is the agricultural heartland of Canada and also contains most of the population of western Canada.