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Summary of selected water-quality data for the Warrior coal field, Alabama
Will S. Mooty
|Statement||by Will S. Mooty ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 85-689|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
village creek near pratt city, alabama: 08/15 cdt: -- -- village creek near docena, alabama: 08/16 cdt: -- -- -- lower black warrior river basin: valley creek at center st at birmingham, al: 08/16 cdt: -- -- valley creek at ave w near ensley, al: 08/16 cdt: Water quality assessments were conducted at 37 locations throughout the Warrior basin at monthly intervals April-October. Chemical, physical, and biological variables were measured at each location to determine water quality and trophic state. Water quality data selected for further discussion consist of .
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: McCalley, Henry, Report on the Warrior Coal Basin. Jacksonville, Fla., Vance Print. Co., The first drilling for coalbed methane – aka natural gas – in Alabama occurred in the Black Warrior Basin in the s. Initially, this practice served as a way to degasify coal seams prior to mining them, to attempt reducing the potential for explosions in mines. The gas was simply vented into the atmosphere.
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The Warrior coal field or Warrior coal basin is a 7, square mile expanse of land in Jefferson, Blount, Cullman, Fayette, Tuscaloosa, Walker, and Winston counties which is underlain with bituminous coal seams and drained primarily by the Black Warrior River, with the exceptions of its northernmost areas, which are drained by the of the coal fields seams are at their thickest.
Get this from a library. Summary of selected water-quality data for the Warrior coal field, Alabama. [Will S Mooty; United States. Bureau of Land Management.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The Warrior Coal Field lies underneath the majority of the Black Warrior River watershed.
This coal field has been the largest, southernmost coal-producing area in North America according to the Geological Survey of Alabama. Coal mines from the past have left a dirty legacy for our generation and future generations to clean up.
A SUMMARY OF SELECTED PUBLICATIONS, PROJECT ACTIVITIES AND DATA SOURCES RELATED TO HYDROLOGY IN THE WARRIOR AND PLATEAU COAL FIELDS OF ALABAMA By Robert E.
Kidd and Thomas J. Hill ABSTRACT The report is a reference source on hydrologic information related to coal-mining activities in the Warrior and Plateau coal fields of : Robert E. Kidd, Thomas J. Hill. HYDROLOGY OF SELECTED BASINS IN THE WARRIOR COAL FIELD, ALABAMA--A PROGRESS REPORT By Celso Puente, J.
Newton, and Thomas J. Hill ABSTRACT Hydrologic data are being collected in four basins in the Warrior coal field to provide baseline information to aid in determining the effect mining will have on water by: 6.
Get this from a library. A summary of selected publications, project activities and data sources related to hydrology in the Warrior and Plateau coal fields of Alabama. [Robert E Kidd; Thomas J Hill; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States.
Bureau of Land Management.]. Warrior is located in both Jefferson County and Blount County in the north-central part of the state. It has a mayor/council form of government. It is named for its proximity to the Warrior Coal Field, which was itself named for Alabama book location on the Black Warrior River.
HistoryOnce the home of a Creek Indian town, the area on which Warrior now stands was opened for settlement after the Creek. CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMIC GEOLOGY GEOLOGY AND COAL RESOURCES OF THE COAL-BEARING ROCKS OF ALABAMA By WILLIAM c.
CULBERTSON ABSTRACT The bituminous coal resources of Alabama a~re contained in the Pennsylvanian Pottsville Formation in four coal fields, the Coosa, Cahaba, Warrior, and.
Warrior is a large-scale, low-cost producer and exporter of premium met coal, also known as hard coking coal (HCC), operating highly efficient longwall operations in its underground mines based in Alabama. The HCC that Warrior produces from the Blue Creek, AL, coal seam contains very low sulfur and has strong coking properties and is of a.
Assessment of Water Quality in Wadeable Streams near Surface Coal Mining Facilities in the Black Warrior River Basin in Alabama Auburn, Alabama Water Quality Assessment: Walnut Creek - Troy, Alabama A Survey of the Bon Secour River Watershed A Selected Bibliography Water Quality Demonstration Study - Aldridge Creek.
Pottsville Coal Total Petroleum System, Black Warrior Basin, Alabama and Mississippi By Joseph R. Hatch and Mark J. Pawlewicz U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS–69–I U.S.
Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Chapter 4 of Geologic Assessment of Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources of the Black Warrior Basin. Hydrologic data are being collected in four basins in the Warrior coal field in Alabama to provide baseline information to aid in determining the effect mining will have on water resources.
Basins monitored are in two different geologic and hydrologic environments. Two basins are underlain predominantly by relatively impermeable indurated rocks in the Pottsville Formation of Pennsylvanian. Water Quality ADEM administers a number of programs related to the State's surface water quality.
These programs include: Water Quality Standards - include both the designated uses of surface waters and the criteria intended to protect those uses. Designated uses are listed in ADEM regulations at and the criteria are found in EPA's Water Quality Standards Program. with limited displacement.
The Warrior coal field (fig. 1) is the largest coal field in terms of area, production, and reserves in Alabama. The Warrior basin consists chiefly of a submaturely to maturely dissected upland developed largely on nearly flat-lying rocks (Johnston, ).
Max imum relief is about ft, with numerous tributaries in. On average duringthe maximum daily discharge of coal ash wastewater from Miller’s ash pit into the Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River was approximately million gallons. Alabama Power plans to begin de-watering the facility inwith a final closure date estimated for The Warrior basin in Alabama is the most active area in the US producing natural gas from coal beds.
As ofcoal-bed methane wells were producing from eight degasification fields, mainly from the Pennsylvanian coal seams along the eastern margin of the basin. Despite difficult market conditions, drilling and expansion are continuing.
Former Birmingham Coal and Iron Company store in Mulga, AL, with separate enterances for the meat market, grocery, and dry goods sections. This Warrior Coal Field mine was a shaft mine harvesting coal from a 5' thick section of the Pratt seam. An explosion in in the Woodward Iron Company's coal mine at Mulga killed 33 men.
The waterdog, also called the Alabama mudpuppy, is found only in a handful of tributaries to the Black Warrior River in Alabama, in the heart of the state’s coal country.
The Warrior management team is located in Brookwood, Alabama, just minutes away from our mine sites. Our families live, work and attend school in the surrounding communities.
We constantly strive to be a respected, responsible corporate citizen of our communities. Aquatic invertebrates in the Warrior Coal Basin of Alabama.
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Warrior Met Coal is a leading producer and exporter of metallurgical coal for the global steel industry from underground mines located in Brookwood, Alabama, southwest of Birmingham and near Tuscaloosa.
These underground coal mines are 1, to 2, feet underground, making them some of the deepest vertical shaft coal mines in North America.Warrior Met Coal, Inc.
Highway Brookwood, AL USA Main Phone: Directions: The main office of Warrior Met Coal is accessible from I/59 in Tuscaloosa County via Exits 86 or From Exit 86 off I/59, go north on Covered Bridge Road to the stop light at Hwy Turn Right onto Hwy The Water Data for the Nation discrete sample data base is a compilation of over million historical water quality analyses in the USGS district data bases through September The discrete sample data is a large and complex set of data that has been collected by a variety of projects ranging from national programs to studies in small.