3 edition of Exploration of Coal Deposits of the Point Barrow and Wainwright Areas, Northern Alaska. found in the catalog.
Exploration of Coal Deposits of the Point Barrow and Wainwright Areas, Northern Alaska.
United States. Bureau of Mines.
|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 3934|
|Contributions||Sanford, R., Pierce, H.|
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Book. gf/ Sanford, Robert S. and Pierce, Harold C., Exploration of Coal Deposit of the Point Barrow and Wainwright Areas, Northern Alaska, B-ureau of. Exploration of coal deposits of the Point Barrow and Wainwright areas, northern Alaska / By Robert S. Sanford and Harold C. Pierce.
Abstract "November "Mode of access: Internet Topics: Coal, Coal, Coal Author: Robert S. Sanford and Harold C. Pierce. A RECONNAISSANCE OF THE POINT BARROW REGION, ALASKA By SIDNEY PAIGE, W.
FORAN, and JAMES GILLULY INTRODUCTION The purpose of the investigations whose results are here recorded was to obtain information about the occurrence of oil in the extreme northern part of Alaska, where Naval Petroleum Reserve No.
4, inCited by: Investigation of the Lost River Tin Deposit, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, by H.E. Heide. 57 pp. Exploration of Spirit Mountain Nickel Prospect, Canyon Creek, Lower Copper River Region, Alaska, by Harold C.
Pierce. 8 pp. Exploration of Coal Deposits of the Point Barrow and Wainwright Areas, Northern Alaska, by. 2 Coal Database for Cook Inlet and North Slope, Alaska Figure 1. Locations of coal deposits in Alaska, color coded by coal rank, with emphasis on the Northern Alaska-Slope, Central Alaska-Nenana, and Southern Alaska-Cook Inlet coal provinces.
Compiled and modified from Merritt and Hawley. I ARCTIC ALASKA 1. Toenges, Albert L.; Jolley, Theodore R.,Investigation of coal deposits for local use in the Arctic regions of Alaska and proposed.
Exploration of coal deposits of the Point Barrow and Wainwright Areas, Northern Alaska. the Bureau undertook to explore coal deposits in vicinity.
Results show that enough coal to supply local. The Northern Great Plains Province has lignite and subbituminous coal of Cretaceous, Paleocene and Eocene age. The coal, largely very low in sulfur, occurs in beds up to ft (30 m) thick and is strip-mined.
The Rocky Mountain Province contains a great variety of coal deposits in numerous separate intermontane basins. Most of Alaska's coal can be found in the northern part of the state, north of the Brooks range, near the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas.
88% of the state's identified coal resources are in these Arctic deposits. Although this coal has a higher energy content than coal at Usibelli Coal Mine (Alaska's only active mine), and Chuitna (an active prospect), the deposits are very remote and have never.
An introduction into the techniques used for subsurface exploration and delineation of coal deposits. Decker, P.L., and LePain, D.L.,Subsurface relationships of Albian-Cenomanian shallow marine to nonmarine topsets of the Nanushuk Formation, northwestern NPRA, northern Alaska, in LePain, D.L., Stratigraphic and reservoir quality studies of continuous core from the Wainwright #1 coalbed methane test well, Wainwright, Alaska: Alaska.
The publications of this series present the results of research and investigations conducted by the Bureau at its research centers or laboratories, or in mines, quarries, smelters, refineries, oilfields, plants and other non-Bureau properties.
The Northern Alaska-Slope coal province (fig. 1) is the largest in the State. It is situated at lat 69°N. and includes ab mi 2 (82, km 2) underlain by coal-bearing rocks, both near the surface and in the deep subsurface (see figs. 2 and 3). Rocks in this coal province range in age from Precambrian to Holocene; a representative.
North America - North America - Coal deposits: Coal deposits were preserved in basins between gentle upwarps in the buried extensions of the shield beneath the Interior Lowlands and also in mildly folded rocks in the miogeosynclines of the inner, less disturbed parts of the Appalachians and Cordilleras.
Below the Mississippi-Ohio lowlands and the Great Plains, the outer edge of the shield was. The Usibelli Coal Mine, a family-owned mine located outside Healy, is the only operating coal mine in Alaska. The mine has been in continuous operation since and celebrated its 75th year mining Alaska coal in The mine fuels approximately 32 percent of Interior Alaska.
The BLM Alaska minerals program has responsibilities and adjudicative duties associated with Federal mining claims, mineral surveys and patents, validation of title evidence, review of mineral validity reports, service of Federal minerals contest actions, guidance for surface use management and use and occupancy under the mining laws.
ALASKA U.S. Bureau of Mines,Alaska 1/, scale quadrangle map overlays showing mineral deposit locations, principal minerals, and nunll~cr cnd type of claims: U.S. Bur.
Mines open-file rept. uverlay~. Bureau of Mines,Alaska 1/, - scale qmdrangle map overlays showing exploratory oil and gas well drilling locetions. of Wainwright) for the delivery of sacked coal to Wainwright in time to meet his-ship when it came up the coast.
The site was also u-sed by coal miners from Barrow who in or mined there. While of the homes use oil stoves and the school burns exclusively oil, people still sack coal from Aluakpak to use in supplementing the oil.
Point Barrow is located on the very northern tip of Alaska. The date of construction of the original Point Barrow Airfield has not been determined. The earliest reference which has been located of the Point Barrow Airfield was from Drew Van Horne, who reported, “Wien Alaska Airlines operated flights since the s from Barrow.” The USGS.
Individual land buyers, lessees of state land, or permittees who are unable to make their payments should immediately contact the Division of Mining, Land and Water (DMLW) to discuss ways to address their financial hardship and payments due, consistent with the Governor's COVID Disaster Order of Suspension No.
2 as amended, or the Director's Finding concerning extensions of certain land. Exploration of Coal Deposits of the Point Barrow and Wainwright Areas, Northern Alaska. U.S. Bureau of Mines. U.S. Bureau of Mines. Report of investigation some exploration of the interior was done by Kelly.
* Lieutenant Jarvis J on the overland relief expedition to Point Barrow camped at the Corwin coal mine March 9,but found only a part of the Woolfe and Kelly house standing, it having been torn down for firewood by travelers en route to or from Point Barrow.US and Alaska Coal Resources.
Ina group of USGS geologists prepared a detailed summary of existing data and estimates concerning coal in the three major coal fields in Alaska; "Northern Alaska – Slope" (the location of the Western Arctic coal fields), "Central Alaska – Nenana" (the location of Usibelli Coal Mine), and "Southern Alaska – Cook Inlet" (the location of the proposed.