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Lower Kittanning Coal Bed County Statistics (Chemistry) in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, and Maryland
This dataset is a polygon coverage of counties limited to the extent of the Lower Kittanning coal bed resource areas and attributed with statistics on these coal quality parameters: ash yield (percent), sulfur (percent), SO2 (lbs per million Btu), calorific value (Btu/lb), arsenic (ppm) content and mercury (ppm) content. The file has been generalized from detailed geologic coverages found elsewhere in Professional Paper 1625-C. The attributes were generated from public data found in the geochemical dataset found in Chap. E, Appendix 2, Disc 1, as well as some additional proprietary data. Please see the metadata file found in Chap. E, Appendix 3, Disc 1, for more detailed information on the geochemical attributes....
This dataset (located by latitude and longitude) is a subset of the geochemical dataset found in Chap. E, Appendix 2, Disc 1, and used in this study of the Lower Kittanning coal bed. That dataset is a compilation of data from the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) National Coal Resources Data System (NCRDS) USCHEM (U.S. geoCHEMical), The Pennsylvania State University (PSU), the West Virginia Economic and Geological Survey (WVGES), and the Ohio Division of Geological Survey (OHGS) coal quality databases as well as published U.S. Bureau of Mines (USBM) data. The metadata file for the complete dataset is found in Chap. E, Appendix 3, Disc 1 (please see it for more detailed information on this geochemical dataset). This...
Lower Kittanning Coal Bed Known Areal Extent (Outcrop) in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, and Maryland
This dataset is a polygon coverage of the resource areas of the Lower Kittanning coal zone. This dataset is the digital compilation of geologic and resource maps provided mostly by State geologic surveys and depicts the projected area of occurrence of the Lower Kittanning coal bed. The Lower Kittanning coal bed is in Ohio, West Virginia, western Pennsylvania, and western Maryland and is an important economic coal bed in the northern part of the Appalachian Basin. It is of additional importance because it is one of the coal beds that has potential for coalbed methane development within the Allegheny Group throughout most of the Appalachian foreland basin in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland. This file...