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Petrographic atlas of Canadian coal macerals and dispersed organic matter

Petrographic atlas of Canadian coal macerals and dispersed organic matter

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Published by The Survey in Calgary, Alta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal -- Geology -- Canada.,
  • Maceral -- Canada.,
  • Petrology -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCanadian Society for Coal Science and Organic Petrology, Geological Survey of Canada (Calgary), Canmet Energy Technology Centre ; editors: Judith Potter, Lavern D. Stasiuk, Alexander R. Cameron.
    ContributionsCameron, Alexander Rankin, 1927-, Potter, Judith, 1950-, Stasiuk, Lavern D. 1959-, Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology., Canadian Society for Coal Science and Organic Petrology., Geological Survey of Canada (Calgary)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP325 .P48 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 105 p. :
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19068477M
    ISBN 10066017538X


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Petrographic Atlas of Canadian Coal Macerals and Dispersed Organic Matter: Editors: Judith Potter, Lavern D. Stasiuk, Alexander R. Cameron: Contributors: Canadian Society for Coal Science and Organic Petrology, Geological Survey of Canada (Calgary), Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology: Publisher: The Survey, Original from.

A Petrographic Atlas of Canadian Coal Macerals and Dispersed Organic Matter A Petrographic Atlas of Canadian Coal Macerals and Dispersed Organic Matter Davis, A The Atlas is an extraordinary collection of fine photomicrographs, presented in a format which makes it especially useful as a teaching tool for students of coal and organic Author: Davis, A.

Petrographic atlas of Canadian coal macerals and dispersed organic matter / Canadian Society for Coal Science and Organic Petrology, Geological Survey of Canada (Calgary), Canmet Energy Technology Centre ; editors: Judith Potter, Lavern D. Stasiuk, Alexander R. Cameron. Coal and organic petrology bibliographic and information resources Excellent comprehensive book on particulate organic matter with beautiful photos.

A Petrographic Atlas of Canadian Coal Macerals and Dispersed Organic Matter by Judith Potter, Lavern Stasiuk, and Alexander Cameron Author: Maryann Love Malinconico. Book review Full text access A Petrographic Atlas of Canadian Coal Macerals and Dispersed Organic Matter: Judith Potter, Lavern D.

Stasiuk, Alexander R. Cameron (Eds.), Canadian Society for Coal Science and Organic Petrology/Geological Survey of Canada (Calgary)/Canmet Energy Technology Centre,pp., 24 Pl. Petrographic and geochemical characteristics of organic matter associated with stream sediments in Trail area British Columbia, Canada January.

Excellent comprehensive book on particulate organic matter with beautiful photos. A Petrographic Atlas of Canadian Coal Macerals and Dispersed Organic Matter by Judith Potter, Lavern Stasiuk, andElsevier, pages.

Petrographic characterization for predicting behavior in various industrial processes like coke-making (steel industry. It is then used to determine the proportion of reactive to inert macerals for prediction of various coal quality parameters. In our laboratories, maceral nomenclature follows the definitions of the International Committee for Coal & Organic Petrology, which are recognized by ASTM, ISO, and the Australian Standards Institute.

The emphasis of this study was the identification and nanoporosity of macerals in coal by SEM. The same results may extend to the same macerals in shale.

Knowledge of organic matter porosity distribution by maceral type and development by thermal maturity provides insight for coalbed methane, shale gas and tight oil production by: Recent research on the origin of coal macerals is presented and there is a discussion of the problems and challenges facing coal petrologists.

A holistic approach to studies of the origin of coal and coal macerals, which includes not only petrographic but also chemical and biological studies, is advocated. D Elsevier Science by: Coal petrography Part 2: Maceral analysis 1 SCOPE This Standard sets out a procedure for the maceral analysis of coal, aimed at obtaining the proportion of each maceral occurring within a coal, expressed as a volume percentage.

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