in Lawrence, Kan .
Written in English
|Statement||by G. E. Abernathy, J. M. Jewett, and W. H. Schoewe.|
|Series||University of Kansas publications, Kansas. State Geological Survey. Bulletin -- 70, pt. 1, Reports of studies (Kansas Geological Survey) -- 1947, pt. 1., Bulletin (Kansas Geological Survey) -- 70, pt. 1.|
|Contributions||Jewett, John Mark, 1896-, Schoewe, Walter Henry, 1891-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||48000129|
The proved coal reserves in Kansas are calculated to be about ,, tons and are sufficient to last years if mined at the average rate of production for the 5-year period The proved coal reserves in Kansas incl, tons which can be produced by strip-mining methods under present conditions. OCLC Number: Description: iv, 40 pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Series Title: Mineral resources series, Other Titles: Strippable coal reserves in Kansas. Entry: Coal mining in southeast Kansas Author: Kansas Historical Society Author information: The Kansas Historical Society is a state agency charged with actively safeguarding and sharing the state's history. Date Created: October Date Modified: April The author of this article is solely responsible for its content. The standard and methods adopted by the State Geological Survey of Kansas in estimating the bituminous coal reserves of the eastern part of the State (Abernathy, Jewett, and Schoewe, , pp. ; Schoewe, , pp. ) are not entirely satisfactory or applicable to the study of the lignite reserves of central Kansas.
The reserve list specifies different types of coal and includes countries with at least % share of estimated world coal proved data is taken from the German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR) via BP, all numbers are in million tonnes. Kansas holds about % of U.S. estimated recoverable coal reserves, but the state no longer produces coal since its last coal mine ceased operations in 83,84,85 Coal had been mined in Kansas since the s with shallow mines in the eastern part of the state. 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. Kansas has 52 identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Kansas mines are Zinc, Lead, and the time these mines were surveyed, 2 mines in Kansas were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine. 1 Kansas has 3 prospect mines. 2 47 mines were in production at the.
Capital spending on emissions control equipment at coal plants is a “key driver” of the rate increases in Kansas, the study said, attributing 33% of Kansas City Power & Light’s rate. Coal Reserves and Production Coal reserves are beds of coal still in the ground that can be mined. The United States has the world’s largest known coal reserves. Depending on consumption rates, the U.S. has enough coal to last nearly years. Coal production is the amount of coal that is mined and sent to market. Coal is mined in 25 states. This article is a collaboration between The Atlantic and InvestigateWest. On Aug , Joshua Novacheck, a year-old research engineer for . coal reserves, coal resources Kohle(n)vorkommen n (pl), Kohle(n)reserven f (pl), Kohle(n)vorräte m (pl).