2 edition of Coal mines and coal leases, Alberta Rocky Mountains and foothills found in the catalog.
Coal mines and coal leases, Alberta Rocky Mountains and foothills
John Duncan Campbell
Bibliography: p. 53-55.
|Statement||by J. D. Campbell.|
|LC Classifications||TN806.C3 A825|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 55 p.|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||73596236|
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Add tags for "Coal mines and coal leases, Alberta Rocky Mountains and foothills,". Be the first. Coal mines and coal leases, Alberta Rocky Mountains and foothills by John Duncan Campbell,Research Council of Alberta edition, in EnglishPages: Alberta contains vast amounts of coal distributed throughout the southern Plains, Foothills, and Mountains.
The AER estimates there are 91 billion tonnes of coal resources at depth suitable for mining. There is an additional 2 trillion tonnes of coal at depth in the Alberta Plains that may be suited for coalbed methane (CBM) exploration. Coal. Permitted and/or Operating.
Gregg River, operated by Westmoreland and located in Alberta’s historic Coal Branch on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains, approximately 43 kilometres south of Hinton. Grande Cache, operated by Grande Cache Coal (GCC).
Surface and Underground mines located in the Smoky River Coalfield, produces metallurgical coal for the steel industry and holds Minesoil and landscape reclamation of the coal mines in Alberta's mountains and foothills Item Preview remove-circle of the Land Conservation and Reclamation Council (Reclamation Research Technical Advisory Committee) and the Coal Association of Canada." Bibliography: p.
2 14 38 48 53 Addeddate Bookplateleaf. Source: Royal Alberta Museum. The presence of coal in Alberta is first recorded by a European explorer.
In the Februentry of “Journal of a Journey over Land from Buckingham House to the Rocky Mountains in & 3 by Peter Fidler,” Fidler describes his coal discovery.