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northward extension of the Sheridan coal field

Arthur Alan Baker

northward extension of the Sheridan coal field

Big Horn and Rosebud counties, Montana

by Arthur Alan Baker

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Published by Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal -- Montana -- Big Horn County.,
  • Coal -- Montana -- Rosebud County.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby A. A. Baker.
    SeriesUnited States Geological Survey -- bulletin 806-B
    ContributionsUnited States. Department of the Interior.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvarious pagings :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20828423M

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    City of Sheridan Political Signage. Added: Master Fee Schedule. See all news & announcements. Upcoming Events. subheader for upcoming events Upcoming Events. Events Meetings Nov. PM - PM Regular City Council Meeting. Nov. PM. By C. T. Smith, A. J. Budding, and C. W. Pitrat, , 57 pp, 2 tables, 11 figs., 8 plates, 2 appendices, 1 index. The Chama Basin is a shallow basinal structure closely related to the San Juan Basin to the northwest and lying between the Rio Grande trough to the east and the northward extension of the Nacimiento uplift to the west.

    Geologic map and coal resources of the Ranchester Quadrangle, Sheridan County, Wyoming, and Big Horn County, Montana Coal Map 75 By: Bruce E. Barnum. The Mogollon-Datil volcanic field is part of a discontinuous belt of middle Cenozoic volcanism that runs from the Sierra Madre Oriental in central Mexico, through the Trans-Pecos volcanic field in west Texas, and northward to the San Juan volcanic field in southwestern Colorado (Figure 2).


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Northward extension of the Sheridan coal field by Arthur Alan Baker Download PDF EPUB FB2

The northward extension of the Sheridan coal field. The portion of the coal field here described is limited in part by geographic boundaries and in part by boundaries chosen for con­ venience, and not by the extent of coal-bearing rocks.

The boun-1 Taff, J. A., The Sheridan coal field Cited by: 1. Get this from a library. The northward extension of the Sheridan coal field: Big Horn and Rosebud Counties, Montana. [Arthur A Baker]. Page 68 - The northward extension of the Sheridan coal field, Big Horn and Rosebud Counties, Mont., by AA Baker.

Appears in 32 books from Page 68 - way of the Missouri and Columbia Rivers, to the Pacific Ocean; performed in the Years, andby Order of the Government of the United States: containing Delineations of the. Sheridan field, in the Gulf Coastal Plain of Texas, is in west-central Colorado County about 85 mi west of Houston.

The field is outstanding because of the large gas-condensate reserves found in the Wilcox section of Eocene age and unique for the trend because of the tremendous sandstone thickness and number of sandstone bodies found to be productive.

Index map showing the location of the northward extension of the Sheridan coal field, Montana-_____ 16 3. Structure sketch map showing the attitude of the strata in the northward extension of the Sheridan coal field, Montana- 30 4.

Sections of coal beds in T. 5 S., R. 41 E., Montana_____ 46 : Hugh D. Miser. Baker () in the northward extension of the Sheridan coal field, which lies mostly to the west, and the eastern and northern parts of the quadrangle were included by Bryson and Bass () in the Moorhead coal field, which lies mostly to the southeast.

The work of these men in these areas was published at scales ofandof the Crow Indian Reservation as part of the northward extension of the Sheridan. coal field. Matson and Blumer (, pis.

5A, 5B, and 5C) remapped the coal beds in the same area. Traces of coal-bed outcrops shown by previous workers primari­. part of the much larger northward extension of the Sheridan coal field, which lies mainly to the southwest.

Matson and others () described strippable coal deposits in the Anderson coal bed within or adjacent to the eastern and southern margins of the quadrangle along the valley of Hanging Woman Creek. Sarnecki () remapped the quadrangle. 3. Location List. This option will generate a report of municipalities from which operations can be selected.

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@article{osti_, title = {Coal mine subsidence and fires in the Sheridan, Wyoming, area}, author = {Dunrud, C R}, abstractNote = {Subsidence and fire studies in the Sheridan, Wyo., area are discussed.

Construction of a strip mine firebreak or isolation trench is proposed as the best method to control large underground fires such as those burning in the New Monarch and Acme mines in the. Document dated Dec. 1,from personal files of Nathaniel Cheney Brooks (), son of coal executive Henry C.

Brooks (). N.C. Brooks was a Sales Agent for the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company and H. Brooks was a shareholder and chief executive for the United Coal Company. From the Doug Conarroe collection. THE COAL MINE CAMPS and MINES OF THE SHERIDAN, WYOMING AREA by Stanley A. Kuzara.

Homesteaders soon discovered that, even with the abundance of wood, this coal made a superior fuel because of its low-burning capacity, at the same time producing a more evenly distributed heat, thereby making it desirable for both domestic and industrial use.

data indicates a northward extension of the Vermejo Dome axis, which apparently has some subsidiary closure. The dip of the east flank of these structures is extremely steep, but flattens abruptly at about the +6, Trinidad Sandstone sea-level datum.

The apex of Vermejo Dome was drilled to a depth. Despite the popular image of Sheridan, Wyo. as a "cowboy" town, coal mining was crucial to its early development. Beginning in the early s with the arrival of the Burlington Railroad at Sheridan, a series of coal mines were developed along Tongue River north of the camps—small towns where the miners lived with their families—sprang up nearby.

as coal fields, usually square miles in size. A significant publication resulting from this work was that of Baker (), on the northward extension of the Sheridan coal field, in which he described and mapped a major portion of the study area.

Since that time there have been no published papers on the geology of the Sheridan coal field. In the basal portion of the Lakota sandstone there are local deposits of coal, a northward extension of those in the Cambria coal field. The deposits are not continuous, and they thicken and thin irregularly.

Owing to the talus of sandstone blocks, which accumulates on the slopes along the Lakota-Morrison outcrop, it is difficult to explore the.

Anthracite coal has a higher percentage than bituminous. subbituminous coal has less carbon content than bituminous, but more than lignite coal.

The second major coal field in southwestern Colorado, the San Juan or La Plata Field, extends westward from near Pagosa Springs through La Plata, Montezuma, and portions of Dolores and San Miguel Counties. The Sheridan County Museum is located just off the 5th Street exit--Exit from Interstate 90 to Sheridan, at Sibley museum features a gift shop, interactive exhibits, dioramas and Western artworks to fulfill the museum's mission t o preserve and share the rich historical and cultural heritage of the Sheridan County area with present and future generations to promote a.

The Canyon coal bed (or lower Canyon coal bed) represents the lowermost coal bed in the Anderson-Canyon coal zone, which is the defined coal resource assessment unit in the Decker coal field. This coverage is used, in part, to define the areal limits for coal resource assessment of the Anderson-Canyon coal zone as part of the National Coal.

Wyoming (View Northward from SE^ Sec, 13, T. 55 S., R. 7U W.) - - 13 5. Lower Erosion Surface Along The Tongue River- Coal Field in Sheridan and Campbell Countlee, Wyoming II. Geologic Map of The Southern Part of The Spotted Horse Coal Field in Campbell County, Wyoming.Decker Coal Company is presently operating a large surface coal mine near the southwest end of the reservoir and is in the process of expanding to a second location near the southeast shore (Figure I).

A northward extension of the present mine is planned within the next few years. The field work was conducted during the summer and fall of Note: Thicknesses are given in feet because original field maps were on ’ quadrangles with contour intervals in feet.

To convert feet to meters (the contour interval unit on this map), multiply feet x Baker, A.A.,The northward extension of the Sheridan Coal Field, Big Horn and Rosebud Counties, Montana: U.S. Geological.