• Office of Surface Mining - Official Site

    The U.S. Government's Official Website for the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE). OSMRE's business practices are to reclaim abandoned mine lands (Title IV), regulate active coal mines (Title V), and apply sound science through technology transfer.

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  • Diamond Production Map - Gem-Quality Diamond Mining Countries

    Map and charts showing the geography and history of diamond mining and production across the world.

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  • Mapping "The Hunger Games": Using location quotients to find ...

    Occupation location quotients. In addition to using industry data to see where coal mining employment is concentrated, you can use occupation data to search for District 12.

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  • Coal Power Impacts | Union of Concerned Scientists

    All About Coal. Coal's impacts include air and water pollution, worker deaths, and climate change.

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  • Under Trump, Coal Mining Gets New Life on U.S. Lands - The ...

    Aug 05, 2017 · Under Trump, Coal Mining Gets New Life on U.S. Lands. A business-friendly secretary of the interior has moved to invigorate a struggling industry, reversing Obama-era restrictions to help create "wealth and jobs."

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  • Coal - U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

    Energy Information Administration - EIA - Official Energy Statistics from the U.S. Government

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  • Coal Mine Safety and Health | Mine Safety and Health ...

    District 2 covers the Bituminous and anthracite coal mining regions in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

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  • OSMRE WR Programs - State and Tribal Oversight: Wyoming

    The Land Quality Division (LQD) of the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality administers the State's reclamation program regulating surface coal mining in Wyoming.

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  • Coal seam fire - Wikipedia

    Before attempting to extinguish a near-surface coal seam fire, its location and underground extent should be determined as precisely as possible.

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  • Wyoming - State Energy Profile Overview - U.S. Energy ...

    Quick Facts. Wyoming produced about 40% of all coal mined in the United States in 2016, and accounted for about one-third of U.S. coal reserves.

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  • Why people really want to move to Idaho but are fleeing its ...

    Apr 19, 2018 · Idaho, meanwhile, produces no coal to speak of, and has no significant petroleum or natural-gas reserves, according to the Department of Energy.There's some mining activity in the state, but it's small compared to neighbors such as Utah, Nevada and Wyoming.

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  • Wyoming: Facts, Map and State Symbols - Enchanted Learning

    Wyoming: Facts, Map and State Symbols. Wyoming: Map/Quiz Printout Answer geography questions about Wyoming using the map on this quiz.

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  • Can Wyoming's Biggest Coal Town Create a New Future ...

    Can Wyoming's Biggest Coal Town Create a New Future? Coal provides the bulk of the jobs in Gillette

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  • Coal mining in the United States - Wikipedia

    Coal mining in the United States is an industry in transition. Production in 2016 was down 37% from the peak production of 1,162.7 million tons in 2006. Employment of 50,000 coal miners is down from a peak of 883,000 in 1923.

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  • Why coal mining is resurgent in the U.S., China and India ...

    After a 2016 decline, coal mining is resurgent, although President Donald Trump is playing a minor role

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  • "Knox Mine Disaster" Pennsylvania ... - ExplorePAHistory.com

    In 1959, the River Slope Mine was only five years old, but it already extended well out under the Susquehanna River. The Knox Coal Company, and its lessor, the Pennsylvania Coal Company, had ignored map "Stop Lines" - where mining could not take place because of inadequate roof thickness - and continued to mine off course.

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  • Cline Mining Corporation • Projects • New Elk

    The New Elk Mine was opened in 1951 by the CF&I Steel Company to provide metallurgical coking coal for its blast furnace iron and steel production plant at Pueblo, Colorado.

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  • Luzerne County : History of Luzerne County

    History of Luzerne County: Home » Living in Luzerne County » History of Luzerne County: The Wyoming Valley. When white men first arrived in America from Europe, no more than 20,000 Native Americans lived in all of Pennsylvania, and by the time William Penn arrived in Philadelphia in the last years of the 17th century, only a small population ...

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  • Contact Us - Reading Anthracite Coal

    The Reading Anthracite Company is a leader in Pennsylvania's anthracite coal industry and a source for energy, carbon, and media products and solutions.

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  • coalcampusa.com - APPALACHIAN COALFIELDS

    Culture and images from Appalachia's coalfields. A Scrapbook of Appalachian Coal Towns. Online since 2001. as seen in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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  • Arch Coal, Inc. | About Us: Our Mines

    Our Mines Mining Complexes Arch Coal is a leading producer of metallurgical coal in Appalachia and the second largest producer of thermal coal in the Powder River Basin with strategic positions in other key supply basins.

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  • Google Earth Engine

    Meet Earth Engine. Google Earth Engine combines a multi-petabyte catalog of satellite imagery and geospatial datasets with planetary-scale analysis capabilities and makes it available for scientists, researchers, and developers to detect changes, map trends, and quantify differences on the Earth's surface.

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  • Maps and Publications - Wyoming State Geological Survey

    Welcome to the Wyoming State Geological Survey. Oil & Gas Resources Oil & Gas Basins Maps & Publications Oil & Gas Facts Maps and Publications Online Oil and Gas Map of Wyoming

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  • ExplorePAHistory.com - Stories from PA History

    Coal is a rock that burns. It is found in two principal types: bituminous and anthracite. Bituminous coal, which is also called soft coal, has a significantly lower proportion of combustible carbon than anthracite coal, which is harder and is often called hard coal.

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  • Arch Coal, Inc. | Contact

    Arch Coal (ACI) is the second largest U.S. coal producer. Through our national network of mines, we contribute 16% of America's annual coal supply. We strive to operate the world's safest and most responsible low-sulfur, clean coal mines.

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