Interactive map of coal resources in the United States

The U.S. Geological Survey's National Coal Resources Data System comes with an interactive map that provides a huge amount of information on the distribution, thickness, and classification of coal in the United States.

The interactive map contains over 250,000 data points, each typically representing a core sample, drill hole, or driller's log in a specific location. You can use the "Filter" tool to focus in on specific areas, or on data collected by specific organizations. Commonly available data include:

$1000 Grant Opportunity for Grads in Organic Petrology #energy

Abandoned Grassy Mountain Coal Mine near Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, Canada
The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP) is accepting applications for the Spackman Award. Students seeking an advanced degree in organic petrology are encouraged to apply by May 31, 2017. Applicants' research must demonstrate the utility and significance of organic petrology (which includes coal petrology, kerogen petrology, organic geochemistry and related disciplines) in solving the thesis problem.


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