Mining Publication: Methane Emissions from U.S. Coal Mines in 1980
Original creation date: January 1984
This Bureau of Mines report contains a tabulation of methane emissions during 1980 for all coal mines located in the United States with emissions greater than 0.1 MMcfd. Listed for each mine are methane emission quantity, location, and coalbed. The report also compares records of 1975 and 1980 and describes relationships between emissions in 1980 and the Bureau's coalbed gas content data on 11 mines.
Authors: RH Grau, JC LaScola
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