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Hillseam geology and roof instability near outcrop in eastern Kentucky drift mines

Gary P. Sames

Hillseam geology and roof instability near outcrop in eastern Kentucky drift mines

by Gary P. Sames

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kentucky.
    • Subjects:
    • Mine roof control.,
    • Joints (Geology) -- Kentucky.,
    • Outcrops (Geology) -- Kentucky.,
    • Coal mines and mining -- Kentucky.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 32.

      Statementby Gary P. Sames and Noel N. Moebs.
      SeriesReport of investigations / United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines ;, 9267, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 9267.
      ContributionsMoebs, Noel N.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN23 .U43 no. 9267, TN288 .U43 no. 9267
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 32 p. :
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1811225M
      LC Control Number89600173

      Copper, largely in the mineral chalcocite, is found in the lowermost beds of the Nonesuch shale over many square miles near White Pine, Ontonagon County, Mich. The Nonesuch shale, of late Keweenawan age, is about feet thick and is composed largely of gray by: extends south from the drift-filled valley of the Wanip-igow River to the north margin of the Ross River pluton. The western boundary is located approximately 8 km east of Bissett (roughly coinciding with the Rainy Lake log-ging road, which served as the western firebreak) and the eastern boundary extends south from the access road to.

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      10 cm long, several centimetres thick that coat outcrop surfaces to resemble a logjam on a river. Such concentrations of prismatine are not limited to Prismatine Peak, but are found in a belt extending 4 km across northern Stornes, and elsewhere in the Larsemann Hills. Layers of gneiss in . The replacement ore bodies of the Metaline zinc-lead district, in northeastern Washington are limited to the greatly disturbed fault block through which the Pend Oreille River flows and are associated with the major faults but are not in by: 1.


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Hillseam geology and roof instability near outcrop in eastern Kentucky drift mines by Gary P. Sames Download PDF EPUB FB2

HILLSEAM GEOLOGY AND ROOF INSTABILITY NEAR OUTCROP IN EASTERN KENTUCKY DRIFT MINES By Gary P. sames" and Noel N. Moebs1 ABSTRACT This U.S. Bureau of Mines study was conducted in eastern Kentucky drift mines as part of an ongoing research program to characterize the outcrop barrier zone.

"Hillseams" were identified as the dominant. @article{osti_, title = {Hillseam geology and roof instability near outcrop in eastern Kentucky drift mines. Report of Investigations/}, author = {Sames, G.P.

and Moebs, N.N.}, abstractNote = {The U.S. Bureau of Mines study was conducted in eastern Kentucky drift mines as part of an ongoing research program to characterize the outcrop barrier zone.

This U.S. Bureau of Mines study was conducted in eastern Kentucky drift mines as part of an ongoing research program to characterize the outcrop barrier zone. "Hillseams" were identified as the dominant geologic cause of roof instability unique to the outcrop barrier zone, with many roof fall injuries and fatalities attributed to them.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sames, Gary P. Hillseam geology and roof instability near outcrop in eastern Kentucky drift mines.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. Drift mining is either the mining of an ore deposit by underground methods, or the working of coal seams accessed by adits driven into the surface outcrop of the coal bed.

A drift mine is an underground mine in which the entry or access is above water level and generally on the slope of a hill, driven horizontally into the ore seam.

Random House dictionary says the origin of the term "drift. Hillseam geology and roof instability near outcrop in eastern Kentucky drift mines "This U.S. Bureau of Mines study was conducted in eastern Kentucky drift mines as part of an ongoing research program to characterize the outcrop barrier zone.

"Hillseams" were identified as the dominant geologic cause of roof instability unique to the Cited by: 5. "This U.S. Bureau of Mines study was conducted in eastern Kentucky drift mines as part of an ongoing research program to characterize the outcrop barrier zone. "Hillseams" were identified as the dominant geologic cause of roof instability unique to t.

Moebs, Noel N.: Hillseam geology and roof instability near outcrop in eastern Kentucky drift mines / (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, ), also by Gary P.

Sames (page images at HathiTrust). Moebs's 6 research works with 10 citations and 9 reads, including: Roof control near coalbed outcrop in small hilltop operations. Gary P. Sames has written: 'Hillseam geology and roof instability near outcrop in eastern Kentucky drift mines' -- subject(s): Coal mines and mining, Joints (Geology), Kentucky, Mine roof control.

This study investigated stratigraphic and structural causes of roof falls in room-and-pillar drift coal mines in nine mines in eastern Kentucky. A contract modification provided for remote sensing studies in the Dunkard Basin of West Virginia and Pennsylvania. NIOSHTIC-2 Publications Search.

the geology and mineralogy of this property (Ritchie, ) and a geological report (Anderson, unpublished report prepared for Bird River Mines Ltd., ). Ritchie () argued that the presence of Zn and Cu in the south outcrop and Ni and Cu in the north outcrop indicated a bimodal mineral distribution, where the products of two.

Abstract: Mining Geology of Western Kentucky Coals. to summarize critical mining geology factors in western Kentucky underground coal mines.

Although mines are susceptible to roof falls caused by facies changes in mine roofs, the lateral continuity of coal seams and surrounding strata in western Kentucky causes most of these facies-change.

Abstract: The Corbin Sandstone of Eastern Kentucky: Outcrop and Subsurface Analysis of a Pennsylvanian Age Big Braided River. Mark A. Barnhill. A combined outcrop and subsurface study of the Pennsylvanian age Corbin Sandstone Member (Lee Formation) of eastern Kentucky was undertaken. Geology of the Burkesville Quadrangle, Kentucky,Geologic Quadrangle Map of the United States, GQ [USGS.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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M Bustin. Open File Report Small mines and prospects were operated in the study area for polymetallic metals, gold, and, most importantly, pyrophyllite and refractory minerals, as well as pyrophyllite-sericite-paragonite mixtures used as coatings for asphalt shingles. writing Roadside Geology of Wisconsin.

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Geologic factors causing roof instability and methane emission problems: the Lower Kittaning coalbed, Cambria County.deposit, usually near shore. • Clay must have still water to drop out, usually deep calm water far from shore.

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