Catalogue of coal mines of the Alberta plains
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Published by Research Council of Alberta in Edmonton .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Alberta.

Subjects:

  • Coal mines and mining -- Alberta.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 139-140.

Statementby J. D. Campbell.
SeriesResearch Council of Alberta. Preliminary report, 64-3, Preliminary report (Research Council of Alberta) ;, 64-3.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE186 .R4 no. 64-3, TN806.C3 .R4 no. 64-3
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 140 p.
Number of Pages140
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5229452M
LC Control Number75289623

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A comprehensive catalogue is presented of all coal mines that have been registered or opened in the plains region of Alberta. Included are data on surrounding terrain, geology and composition of the coal, and a location map on a scale of one inch to 12 miles. In , Alberta began to catalogue coal mines by assigning a unique number to each operation. Numbers were assigned to all mines then operating and to a large number of mines already abandoned. This system is still used by the AER with some modifications. The mine numbers in the atlas consist of four digits and currently range from to Coal mines and mining Corporate author(s): Mountains and Foothills Reclamation Research Program (Alta.);Coal Association of Canada;Beak Associates Consulting Ltd;Alberta. Information about operating and abandoned coal mines in Alberta. It includes the following: locations, names, and owners; production figures and lifespan; interactive map viewer (by location, type, and size of mines) locations of all current AER permits; tables containing data on over mines.

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