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  1. Silurian rock salt of Ohio

    Clifford, Michael J.
    The salt beds occurring within the Salina Group of the Upper Silurian Cayugan Series underlie the eastern third of Ohio at depths ranging from 1,350 feet in Lorain County to over 6,500 feet in Belmont County. The Salina can be subdivided and individual salt beds identified by means of modern geophysical well logs. The widespread layer-cake nature of the salt beds makes them readily mappable. The Salina has been subdivided previously into units A through G, in ascending order. Salt is present within the B, D, E, and F units. The F unit contains four salt beds, F1 through F4, in ascending order. Thickness of individual salt beds exceeds 50 feet...

  2. The Meigs Creek no. 9 coal bed in Ohio

    Smith, William Henking, 1919-; Brant, Russell A.; Amos, Fred; Krumin, Peter O. (Peter Otto)
    The location of the Meigs Creek coal deposits is shown on Map L (See following page.) As calculated in this study this bed extends in mineable thickness over 1040 square miles, and contains 3,973,331,000 tons of coal reserves. These remaining reserves in the Meigs Creek bed are believed to be the largest in any of Ohio's easily available coal deposits, except perhaps in the Pittsburgh #8 seam, The coal lies near the ~face and is easily accessible by stripping. This has caused a 400% rise in the production of coal from the seam during the past 8 years. Quality wise, the cool in the #9 seam does not compare well with other...

  3. The Meigs Creek no. 9 coal bed in Ohio

    Smith, William Henking, 1919-; Brant, Russell A.; Amos, Fred; Krumin, Peter O. (Peter Otto)
    The location of the Meigs Creek coal deposits is shown on Map L (See following page.) As calculated in this study this bed extends in mineable thickness over 1040 square miles, and contains 3,973,331,000 tons of coal reserves. These remaining reserves in the Meigs Creek bed are believed to be the largest in any of Ohio's easily available coal deposits, except perhaps in the Pittsburgh #8 seam, The coal lies near the ~face and is easily accessible by stripping. This has caused a 400% rise in the production of coal from the seam during the past 8 years. Quality wise, the cool in the #9 seam does not compare well with other...

  4. The Meigs Creek no. 9 coal bed in Ohio

    Smith, William Henking, 1919-; Brant, Russell A.; Amos, Fred; Krumin, Peter O. (Peter Otto)
    The location of the Meigs Creek coal deposits is shown on Map L (See following page.) As calculated in this study this bed extends in mineable thickness over 1040 square miles, and contains 3,973,331,000 tons of coal reserves. These remaining reserves in the Meigs Creek bed are believed to be the largest in any of Ohio's easily available coal deposits, except perhaps in the Pittsburgh #8 seam, The coal lies near the ~face and is easily accessible by stripping. This has caused a 400% rise in the production of coal from the seam during the past 8 years. Quality wise, the cool in the #9 seam does not compare well with other...

  5. Coal resources of the lower part of the Allegheny formation in Ohio

    DeLong, Richard M.
    This study of the coal resources of the lower part of the Allegheny formation in Ohio considers all coal horizons from the base of the series to the underclay of the Lower Kittanning No. 5 coal bed, but is devoted mainly to the Brookville No. 4 and Clarion No. 4A coal beds. Other coal beds in the lower part of the Allegheny formation are the Ogan, Winters, Scrubgrass, and Lawrence. The Lawrence coal bed which underlies the underclay of the Lower Kittanning coal bed is thin and contributes no reserves anywhere in the state. In southern Ohio all of the other subject coal beds are represented...

  6. Coal beds of the Conemaugh formation in Ohio

    DeBrosse, Theodore A.
    The Conemaugh formation underlies approximately 8, 000 square miles of eastern Ohio. This formation contains at least 18 coal horizons, of which only 6 seams occur with any degree of persistency; even these 6 seams are extremely erratic and vary in thickness and quality within short distances. However, there are several localities where one or more of the Conemaugh coal beds make a considerable contribution to the fuel resources of the State. Available information indicates that the original recoverable coal reserves of the Conemaugh formation in Ohio is approximately 1,329,368, 000 tons. Coal beds 14 inches or more in thickness are considered as constituting recoverable reserves. The Mahoning,...

  7. Hydraulic properties of a limestone-dolomite aquifer near Marion, north-central Ohio

    Norris, Stanley Eugene, 1916-

  8. Surficial materials of Summit County, Ohio

    Van Horn, Robert G.

  9. Surficial materials of Summit County, Ohio

    Van Horn, Robert G.

  10. An evaluation of "Newberry" analysis data on the Brassfield Formation (Silurian), southwestern Ohio

    Stith, David A.; Stieglitz, Ronald D.

  11. The occurrence of sulfide and associated minerals in Ohio

    Botoman, George; Stieglitz, Ronald D.

  12. Glacial geology of Ashland County, Ohio

    White, George Willard, 1903-
    Ohio Docs no.: ONR 84.19:101.

  13. Glacial geology of Ashland County, Ohio

    White, George Willard, 1903-
    Ohio Docs no.: ONR 84.19:101.

  14. Silurian rocks in the subsurface of northwestern Ohio

    Janssens, Adriaan

  15. Silurian rocks in the subsurface of northwestern Ohio

    Janssens, Adriaan

  16. Land areas in Summit County, Ohio: geologic suitability for solid-waste disposal

    Van Horn, Robert G.
    Ohio Docs. no.: ONR 84.19:98.

  17. Land areas in Summit County, Ohio: geologic suitability for solid-waste disposal

    Van Horn, Robert G.
    Ohio Docs. no.: ONR 84.19:98.

  18. Potential use of Ohio clays in the well-plugging industry

    Carlton, Richard W.

  19. The ground-water situation in the Circleville area, Pickaway County, south-central Ohio

    Norris, Stanley Eugene, 1916-

  20. Bedrock geology of the serpent mound cryptoexplosion structure, Adams, Highland, and Pike Counties, Ohio

    Reidel, Stephen P.

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