Mapa Geologico E. 1; Sintesis de La Cartografia Existente Volume 39

Mapa Geologico E. 1; Sintesis de La Cartografia Existente Volume 39

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...(7-10 feet) coal bed reported 20 feet above base 65 o Total........................................................... 502 9 In the region of Little Wild Cat, and the mouth of Glady creek, along the Left Fork of the Little Kanawha, several wells have been sunk for oil, and most of them are reported to pass through a thick bed of coal a few feet below water level, and its horizon is indicated near the base of the section given above. It is possibly the same as the "Gimmel" bed of the Pickens section. The Upper Freeport bed is easily traced from the Little Kanawha across the divide to the head of Holly river, where it keeps well up in the summits along that stream to its mouth at Palmer. In descending the left bank of Holly at Allen Anderson's mill, two miles below Hacker's Valley P. 0., Webster county, the following section is visible: SECTION OF ALLEGHENY-KANAWHA SERIES AT ALLEN ANDER-SON' S MILL, HOLLY RIVER, WEBSTER COUNTY. Ft. In. Ft In. f coal, splinty............ 3: slate, dark.............. o. j coal, soft................. I bony coal............... o coal, soft................. i g J Upper Freeport coal Concealed and sandstone 120 o Coal, visible o 6 Concealed no o Coal, blossom, Concealed 150 o Massive sandstone 25 o Concealed 10 o Coal, blossom Concealed 85 o Massive, grayish white sandstone 20 o Black slate o 6 f coal, hard, coarse 2 o Coal..! slate and bony coal o 6 4 o (coal I 6 J Interval below Hollow river to top of Pottsville se series, about 30 o Total 561 10 The coal near the base of the section is mined at many points along Holly river between its head waters and the Forks of Holly above Palmer. It appears to he the first bed of merchantable coal above the top of the Pottsville series, and is possibly...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236741226
  • 9781236741226