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Analysis, origin and significance of mineral matter in

Download PDF Download. Advanced. International Journal of Coal Geology. Volume 165, 1 August 2016, Pages 1-27. Analysis, origin and significance of mineral matter in coal: An updated review. Author links open overlay panel Colin R. Ward. Show more. Share. Cite.

Coal Exploration and Mining Geology

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Colin Ward GSA

Colin Ward has been elected as a Fellow of the Geological Society of Australia for his contributions to research in the geosciences, in particular coal geology; his contributions to the education and training of geoscien tists; and his contributions to the Society. Ian Graham and Paul Lennox prepared the nomination. Colin Ward graduated with

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International Journal of Coal Geology Elsevier

Call for papers: Special Issue of International Journal of Coal Geology in Memory/Honor of Professor Colin R Ward We are planning a special issue of the International Journal of Coal Geology in Honor and Memory of Professor Colin R Ward from the University of New South Wales Sydney and China University of Mining and Technology, who passed away on 18

International Journal of Coal Geology Vol 218, 1

International Journal of Coal Geology. Supports open access. 10.2 CiteScore. 5.692 Impact Factor. Articles & Issues. Download PDFs Export citations. Show all article previews Show all article Special Section in Memory/Honor of Prof. Colin R Ward: Edited by Shifeng Dai, Ian Graham, and David French; Receive an update when the latest

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Coal geology and coal technology edited by Colin R. Ward, Blackwell Scientific Publications. 1984. No. of pages: 345. Price: £55.00 (hardback), £25.00 (soft covers)

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Colin WARD UNSW Sydney, Kensington UNSW School of

The major inorganic elements in cores of coal and associated non-coal materials, ranging up to 7.6 m in length, as well as in large, naturally-broken coal blocks, have been measured using a hand

Coal Exploration and Mining Geology

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Geochemistry and nano-mineralogy of feed coals, mine

Colin Ward. Colin Ward. C. Ward. Download with Google Download with Facebook. or. Create a free account to download. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. READ PAPER. International Journal of Coal Geology 137 (2015) 19–37 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect

International Journal of Coal Geology Elsevier

The International Journal of Coal Geology deals with fundamental and applied aspects of the geology and petrology of coal, oil/gas source rocks and shale gas resources. The journal aims to advance the exploration, exploitation and utilization of these resources, and to stimulate environmental awareness as well as advancement of engineering for effective resource

The Society for Organic Petrology

This included an undergraduate program in coal geology, which was extended in 1977 to become an external short course for graduates working in the coal industry. The graduate-level course has evolved over the years, and Colin provided programs in different aspects of coal geology for companies and other organisations throughout the world.

Workshops Coalfield Geology Council of New South Wales

This was the 41st symposia in the series, covering topics including (but not limited to) coal geology and coal quality, mine geology, exploration, hydrogeology, petroleum geology, geophysics, environmental and social, state of the industry, and climate change. Presented by: Colin Ward. This workshop provides an excellent grounding in coal

International Journal of Coal Geology Editorial Board

US Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia, United States of America Email Dr. C. Özgen Karacan Coalbed methane, coal mine methane, shale gas, multiphase flow, hydrodynamics, CO2 sequestration and their reservoir and production engineering considerations, gas control related to coal mining and degasification, modeling, geostatistics and simulation of physical processes in

Determination of Boron in Coal Using Closed-Vessel

Shifeng Dai, James C. Hower, Colin R. Ward, Wenmu Guo, Hongjian Song, Jennifer M.K. O'Keefe, Panpan Xie, Madison M. Hood, Xiaoyun Yan. Elements and phosphorus minerals in the middle Jurassic inertinite-rich coals of the Muli Coalfield on the Tibetan Plateau. International Journal of Coal Geology 2015, 144-145,23-47.

An investigation of the vitrinite maceral group in

Zhongsheng Li, Colin R. Ward, Lila W. Gurba. Occurrence of non-mineral inorganic elements in macerals of low-rank coals. International Journal of Coal Geology 2010,81 (4),242-250.

International Journal of Coal Geology Review Articles

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Profiling of inorganic elements in coal seams using

The major inorganic elements in cores of coal and interbedded non-coal materials, ranging from 0.9 to 1.7 m in length, have been evaluated using energy-dispersive X

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undergraduate program in coal geology, which was extended in 1977 to become an external short course for graduates working in the coal industry. The graduate-level course has evolved over the years, and Colin provided programs in different aspects of coal geology for companies and other organisations throughout the world.

Cleat-Filling Calcite in Illinois Basin Coals: Trace

Shifeng Dai, Yaofa Jiang, Colin R. Ward, Landing Gu, Vladimir V. Seredin, Huidong Liu, Dao Zhou, Xibo Wang, Yuzhuang Sun, Jianhua Zou, Deyi Ren Mineralogical and geochemical compositions of the coal in the Guanbanwusu Mine, Inner Mongolia, China: Further evidence for the existence of an Al (Ga and REE) ore deposit in the Jungar Coalfield

A Quantitative Chemico-Mineralogical Classification and

Johannes Mederer, Robert Moritz, Sergej Zohrabyan, Arman Vardanyan, Rafael Melkonyan, Alexey Ulianov Base and precious metal mineralization in Middle Jurassic rocks of the Lesser Caucasus: A review of geology and metallogeny and new data from the Kapan, Alaverdi and Mehmana districts, Ore Geology Reviews 58 (Apr 2014): 185–207.

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download mining equipment stock photos. affordable and search from millions of royalty free images, photos and vectors. coal exploration and mining geology. geology vol. v coal exploration and mining geology colin r. ward find an area containing a given mass of coal meeting a given set of extraction and .

Relation between Coal Mineral Matter and Deposit

May 28, 2013 Shifeng Dai, Colin R. Ward, Ian T. Graham, David French, James C. Hower, Lei Zhao, Xibo Wang. Altered volcanic ashes in coal and coal-bearing sequences: A review of their nature and significance. Earth-Science Reviews 2017,175,44-74.

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undergraduate program in coal geology, which was extended in 1977 to become an external short course for graduates working in the coal industry. The graduate-level course has evolved over the years, and Colin provided programs in different aspects of coal geology for companies and other organisations throughout the world.

Geological Society of America GSA Division Awards

Visit the Archaeological Geology Division Web site. 2010 Gilbert H. Cady Award. Colin R. Ward University of New South Wales. Citation by Tim A. Moore [ View Citation & Response ] About the Award Past Recipients Visit the Coal Geology Division Web site. 2010 E.B. Burwell, Jr., Award

Analysis and significance of mineral matter in coal seams

Jarosite and Fe-bearing sulfates (Fig. 11) are present in the No. 6 coal, most likely due to pyrite oxidation (Rao and Gluskoter, 1973;Oliveira et al., 2012; Ward, 2002 Ward,,

Element mobility during alteration of silicic ash to

Lei Zhao, Colin R. Ward, David French and Ian T. Graham, Mineralogical composition of Late Permian coal seams in the Songzao Coalfield, southwestern China, International Journal of Coal Geology, 116-117, (208), (2013).

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The Coalfield Geology Council of New South Wales is facilitating a Coal Quality Workshop presented by Professor Colin Ward of the University of NSW. When: Friday 15 July 2016 Time: 8:00am to 4:30pm Where: Tocal Agricultural Centre, Paterson Rd, Tocal, NSW Cost: $300 (including GST & Lunch!) Further details can be found by clicking here.

Profiling of inorganic elements in coal seams using

The major inorganic elements in cores of coal and interbedded non-coal materials, ranging from 0.9 to 1.7 m in length, have been evaluated using energy-dispersive X

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International Journal of Coal Geology, Volume 165, 1 August 2016, Pages 1-27. Colin R. Ward. Abstract:The material classed as “mineral matter” in coal embraces crystalline mineral materials as well as a range of inorganic elements that occur in non-crystalline form. This review outlines the methods that may be used to evaluate the

Leaching of boron from coal ash Environmental Science

Shifeng Dai, Weijiao Song, Lei Zhao, Xiao Li, James C. Hower, Colin R. Ward, Peipei Wang, Tian Li, Xin Zheng, Vladimir V. Seredin, Panpan Xie, and Qingqian Li . Determination of Boron in Coal Using Closed-Vessel Microwave Digestion and Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS).

Thermogravimetric and Rock-Eval Studies Of Coal Properties

A wide range of coal ranks from lignite to anthracite has been investigated using thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). The derivative peak maximum for volatile matter evolution shows a strong correlation (r2 = 0.998) with vitrinite reflectance, thereby providing a convenient measure of degree of coalification (coal rank) without requiring the equipment of and more

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Ward, Colin R. (2007) Application of attenuated total reflectance micro- fourier transform infrared (atr-ftir) spectroscopy to the study of coal macerals: Examples from the Bowen basin, Australia.

Mineral Characterization for Combustion SpringerLink

Ward, C.R. and Taylor, J.C. (1996). “Quantitative Mineralogical Analysis of Coals from the Callide Basin, Queensland, Australia using X-ray Diffractometry and Normative Interpretation”. International Journal of Coal Geology, 30, 211–229. Google Scholar

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Jan 22, 2019 The Coalfield Geology Council of New South Wales is facilitating a Coal Quality Workshop presented by Professor Colin Ward of the University of NSW. When: Friday 15 July 2016 Time: 8:00am to 4:30pm Where: Tocal Agricultural Centre, Paterson Rd, Tocal, NSW Cost: $300 (including GST & Lunch!) Further details can be found by clicking here.

(PDF) Petrology, mineralogy, and geochemistry of the Ge

The Wulantuga Ge deposit only covers an area of 2.2 km 2 within this coalfield, as outlined by the Coal Geology Bureau of Inner Mongolia following two periods of geologic exploration in 1998 and 2005 (Du et al., 2009).The sedimentary sequences in the Shengli Coalfield include Silurian, Devonian, Permian, Late Jurassic, Early Cretaceous, Neogene