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Anthracite in the Narragansett Basin of Rhode Island and Massachusetts
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|Statement||by William R. Barton ... [et al.]|
|Series||Information circular - Bureau of Mines ; 8760, Information circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8760.|
|Contributions||Barton, William R. 1925-, United States. Bureau of Mines.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
The largest of these, and definitely of Pennsylvanian age, is the Narragansett basin of Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Smaller nearby or connected basins are the North Scituate basin, the Woonsocket basin, and the Norfolk basin. Pennsylvanian rocks seem to be present at Worcester, Massachusetts, also, but their extent and relations are not known. Rhode Island Formation is thickest and most extensive formation in Narragansett basin. Does not extend to Norfolk basin. Consists of gray sandstone and siltstone and lesser amounts of gray to black shale, gray conglomerate, and coal beds 10 m thick. Interfingers with Wamsutta Formation in Narragansett basin. In places overlies Dedham Granite.
Report on the bedrock geology of the Narragansett Basin, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Open-File Report By: Paul C. Lyons. The geology of Rhode Island is based on nearly one billion year old igneous crystalline basement rocks formed as part of the microcontinent Avalonia that collided with the supercontinent region experienced substantial folding associated with its landlocked position during the Alleghanian orogeny mountain building event. The region accumulated sedimentary rocks, including small.
The Narragansett Bay Watershed lies 40% in Rhode Island and 60% in Massachusetts The Watershed is home to million people (as of ) The Narragansett Bay watershed includes 1,, acres of land (1, square miles) of which 35% is urban land (, acres) and 39% is forested land (, acres). The Narragansett people are an Algonquian American Indian tribe from Rhode tribe was nearly landless for most of the 20th century, but it worked to gain federal recognition and attained it in It is officially the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island and is made up of descendants of tribal members who were identified in an treaty with the state.
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Anthracite in the Narragansett Basin of Rhode Island and Massachusetts. [Washington]: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Online version: Anthracite in the Narragansett Basin of Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
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Preview this book. Abstract Anthracite has been mined from the Narragansett Basin of Rhode Island and Massachusetts sporadically, and with limited success, for more than years. Beginning ininterest in the coal of the basin was renewed because of increasing prices and supply uncertainties involving pertroleum products.
Get this from a library. Exploration of coal and anthracitic carbonaceous shale resources, Narragansett basin, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
[James William Skehan; United States. Department of Energy. Division of Anthracite.; Weston Observatory.;]. Anthracite in the Narragansett Basin of Rhode Island and Massachusetts / By Jr.
William R. (William Renald) Barton, Daniel P. Murray, Albert W. Deurbrouck, James W. Shekan and United States. Bureau of Mines.
Abstract. Includes bibliographical references. However, there has been a general lack of agreement on which coal beds in the Narragansett basin are anthracite and which are meta-anthracite. The problem has been compounded by Trumbull's map, 'Coal Fields of the United States', which refers to the Narragansett basin as the 'Rhode Island Meta-anthracite Region'.
Coal of the Narragansett basin generally has been considered to be anthracite and/or meta-anthracite. However, no single reliable method has been used to distinguish these two ranks in this basin.
Geologic unit mapped in Massachusetts: Sandstone, graywacke, shale and conglomerate; minor beds of meta-anthracite. Fossil plants. Rhode Island Formation is thickest and most extensive formation in Narragansett basin.
Does not extend to Norfolk basin. Consists of gray sandstone and siltstone and lesser amounts of gray to black shale, gray conglomerate, and coal beds 10 m thick.
Rhode Island Formation (Upper and Middle Pennsylvanian) at surface, covers 47 % of this area. Sandstone, graywacke, shale and conglomerate; minor beds of meta-anthracite.
Fossil plants. Rhode Island Formation is thickest and most extensive formation in Narragansett basin. Does not extend to Norfolk basin. However, the Narragansett basin in Rhode Island/Massachusetts contains similar age (Pennsylvanian period, million years ago) anthracite- to meta-anthracite rank coals.
These coal-bearing fluvial sediments were deposited after the Devonian Acadian orogeny whose imprint dominates the metamorphic terrane of New England. This group and the Quincy Granite of northern Rhode Island were exposed by erosion before Penn sylvanian time when the Narragansett basin rocks were deposited.
The Narragansett basin contains several thousand feet of coarse clastic non- marine rocks, which contain plant fossils and some meta-anthracite. The Narragansett basin of southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island has had a long disrupted history of coal exploration and mining beginning with the opening of the Portsmouth, RI mine in The last major effort to determine the coal potential of this basin was.
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Anthracite in the Narragansett Basin of Rhode Island and Massachusetts Item Preview Anthracite in the Narragansett Basin of Rhode Island and Massachusetts by Barton, William R. Publication date Book Chapter Pennsylvanian Rocks of New England 1. Author(s) Alonzo W.
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Google Scholar; William A. Oliver William A. Oliver. The geology of Massachusetts includes numerous units of volcanic, intrusive igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks formed within the last billion years. The oldest formations are gneiss rocks in the Berkshires, which were metamorphosed from older rocks during the Proterozoic Grenville orogeny as the proto-North American continent Laurentia collided against proto-South America.
This report describes the progress of the Narragansett Basin Project for the first eleven months. The abstract covers results of the coal exploration, related scientific studies, and other non-geologic studies. Appendix C concentrates on the contributions to the understanding of New England regional geology that have been made this past year.
Thomas A. Mutch, "Pennsylvanian Nonmarine Sediments of the Narragansett Basin, Massachusetts-Rhode Island", Late Paleozoic and Mesozoic Continental Sedimentation, Northeastern North America, George deVries Klein.
The basal Wamsutta Formation of the Narragansett Basin, Massachusetts-Rhode Island, contains +/-2 Ma rhyolite that is unexpectedly 60 m.
older than sedimentary strata containing late. Evaluation of Coal Deposits in the Narragansett Basin, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Authors Skehan-JW; Murray-DP; Rider-TH Source This report summarizes the results of the Narragansett Basin Project activities investigated by the Bureau of Mines.
Since28 drillholes have yiel ft of core. high-ash anthracite. Mapping. For Rhode Island & PP State, there is a mixture of types ranging from anthracite, through graphitic anthracite to meta-anthracite (effectively graphite).
The anthracite mined in the vicinity of Portsmouth and Newport at Aquidneck Island is less graphitic than that mined at Cranston near Providence for example.Narragansett Board of Canvassers needs you more than ever!
Narragansett residency is not required. Pay ranges from $ to $ for the day. For more information call The formation of the Narragansett Basin of Rhode Island and Massachusetts and the polyphase deformation geometry of the Pennsylvanian‐age basin sediments can be explained by collision and strike slip interactions between an Avalonian microcontinent, the European‐North American plate, and the .