2 edition of Sketch of the mineral resources of Alabama found in the catalog.
Sketch of the mineral resources of Alabama
Eugene Allen Smith
by Pub. by direction of Isaac F. Culver, commissioner of agriculture in [S.l.]
Written in English
|Statement||by Eugene A. Smith.|
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 28213|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||96203802|
[Coal Resources of Central Alabama, TS, R2W-2E] Publication Info: For G.D. Fitzhugh, Engineer, Louisville and Nashville Railroad; one of a series of maps from The Mineral Book is a part of the best-selling Wonders of Creation Series! It has been developed for multi-level teaching, with special color-coding on three skill levels. This educational resource is filled with full-color pictures and illustrations, and can be used in the classroom, for independent study, or homeschool settings.
Michael Tuomey (Septem – Ma ) was the State Geologist of South Carolina from to , and the first State Geologist of Alabama, appointed in and serving until his early descriptions and maps of the Birmingham District's unique coincidence of mineral resources for the making of steel opened the way for the early industrial development of the state. Jennifer Horne was selected as the twelfth Poet Laureate of Alabama during the Alabama Writers' Conclave meeting in July Horne is the author of three books and the editor or co-editor of four has been the recipient of fellowships from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the Seaside Institute in Florida and has worked as a teacher in college, high school, elementary.
Report upon the mineral resources of the Illinois central railroad made at the request of the president / by: Foster, J. W. Published: () A Brief sketch of the property belonging to the North American Coal Company with some general remarks on the subject of coal and coal mines. A great book for reading, reference or exploring. This textbook-size (7" x ") guidebook by Ronald Louis Bonewitz presents interesting facts about hundreds of different rocks, gems, minerals and fossils. Contains pages with hundreds of full-color illustrations and index. This book is REALLY nice! More information, table of contents.
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Alabama has 3, identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Alabama mines are Iron, Aluminum, and the time these mines were surveyed, 2, mines in Alabama were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.
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Mary Duffee was born in Alabama in and spent many summers with her family at the resort. It was the journey to and from Blount Springs that inspired Duffee's best-known work, Sketches of Alabama, which originally appeared as fifty-nine articles in the Birmingham Weekly Iron Age in and Geological Survey of Alabama: Hydrology of limestone terranes: development of karst and its effects on the permeability and circulation of water in carbonate rocks, with special reference to the southeastern states / (University, Ala.: Geological Survey of Alabama, Division of Water Resources, ), also by V.
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Written from a Young Earth Creationist perspective. A mineral identification guide is included in the back. 94 indexed pages 5/5(1). Full text of "Index to the mineral resources of Alabama" See other formats.
Geologic units in Elmore county, Alabama Tuscaloosa Group; Coker Formation (Cretaceous) at surface, covers 21 % of this area Light-colored micaceous very fine to medium sand, cross-bedded sand, varicolored micaceous clay, and a few thin gravel beds containing quartz and chert pebbles.
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one mineral resource map for each decade.) The distinction between geo- logic mapping and mineral resource mapping was made rather arbitrarily at times, depending on the amount and type of previous work in the same area. Geologic and related maps are outlined in File Size: 7MB.
Geography. Discover the world with articles, fact sheets, maps and other resources that explore landscapes, peoples, places, and environments both near and far.Sweet Home: Alabama's History in Maps is an exhibit presented by the Birmingham Public Library in celebration of Alabama's bicentennial.
The Library's Southern History Department has carefully selected over 50 maps from our world class collection to tell the story of Alabama.
The maps in this exhibit represent years of exploration, expansion, and development.Whether you're an experienced evaluator of mineral projects, a student, or a decision maker who is not a practitioner but must use evaluation results, this new book is an essential reference for your bookshelf.
Designed to complement traditional engineering texts, this book emphasizes the concepts of mineral project evaluation rather than computational details.