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Coal and Peat Fires: A Global Perspective

Volume 5: Case Studies - Advances in Field and Laboratory Research

Erscheinungsjahr 2018, 542 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 217 mm x 304 mm, Gewicht: 1738 g
ISBN: 978-0-12-849885-9
Verlag: Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc

Coal and Peat Fires: A Global Perspective

Coal and Peat Fires: A Global Perspective, Volume Five: Case Studies - Advances in Field and Laboratory Research, the companion to volumes 1-4, includes the latest research findings about coal and peat fires in the United States, China, India, France, Spain, Poland, and Ireland. Included are chapters about the discovery of microarthropods at two mine fires, the oldest recorded uses of burning coal, the effects of combustion and coal waste on a riverine system, remote sensing analysis of coal fires, gas explosion and spontaneous combustion experiments, and phases associated with the by-products of combustion. This essential reference, along with volumes 1-4, includes a companion website with an interactive world map of coal and peat fires, a collection of slide presentations, research data, and videos:

- Authored by world-renowned experts in coal and peat fires
- Global in scope -- covers case studies about fires around the world
- Includes beautiful color illustrations, valuable research data, a companion website with additional resources, and a periodically updated world map of coal and peat fires


<p>Mineralogists, petrologists, coal geologists, geophysicists, mining engineers, environmental and remote sensing scientists, and anyone involved in technical aspects of coal mining, coal fires, and combustion metamorphism, air and water quality researchers, public health professionals and policy makers</p>

Weitere Infos & Material

1. The Earliest Known Uses of Coal as a Fuel: Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Bronze Age Coal Fires   Glenn B. Stracher, J. Marion Wampler, Li Jun, Wang Yongqiang 2. Coal-Fire Microarthropods from the Centralia, Pennsylvania and Healy, Alaska Mine Fires  Glenn B. Stracher, Jimmy Wedincamp, Breana Simmons, John P. Shields, Yelena White, Melissa A. Nolter, Anupma Prakash, Nancy Lindsley-Griffin (late) 3. Coal Fires of Northeastern Pennsylvania    Harold J. Aurand Jr., Melissa A. Nolter, Daniel H. Vice 4. The Summit Hill Coal-Mine Fire, Pennsylvania  Daniel H. Vice, Harold Aurand, Jr., Nicole M. Andel 5. Modern and Ancient Coal Fires in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana   Edward L. Heffern, Catherine A. Riihimaki, Peter W. Reiners 6. The Occurrence and Use of Coal Cinders in Washington State William Kombol, Daniel H. Vice 7. The Spontaneous Combustion of Coal Mine Waste and Stream Effects in the El Bierzo Coalfield, Spain   Joana Ribeiro, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz, Deolinda Flores 8. Analyzing the Status of Thermal Events in Longwall Coal-Mine Gobs Jianwei Cheng 9. Gases Generated During the Low-Temperature Oxidation and Pyrolysis of Coal and the Effects on Methane-Air Flammable Limits  Zhenmin Luo, Tao Wang, Fangmin Cheng 10. Determination of the Characteristics of Coal-Spontaneous Combustion and the Danger Zone  Deng Jun, Zhao Jingyu, Xiao Yang, Zhang Yanni, Wang Caiping 11. Quantification of the Environmental Impact of Coal Fires: Xinjiang, China   Zeng Qiang, Pu Yan, Nie Jing, Cao Zhanmin 12. Colloid Technology for Preventing and Extinguishing the Spontaneous Combustion of Coal Zhai Xiaowei 13. Crystallochemical Behavior of Slag Minerals and the Occurrence of Potentially New Mineral Species from Lapanouse-de-Sévérac, France Lukasz Kruszewski, Pierre Gatel, Vincent Thiéry, Izabela Moszumanska, Danuta Kusy   14. The Burning Coal Heap of La Ricamarie, Loire Coal Basin, France Vincent Thiéry, Bernard Guy, Lukasz Kruszewski, Jean-François Carpentier 15. Burning Coal-Mine Collieries in the Jharia Coalfield of India Hartwig Gielisch, Glenn B. Stracher 16. Evidence of Human Health Impacts from Uncontrolled Coal Fires in Jharia, India Aarinola Halimah Balogun, Upasana Dhar, Robert B. Finkelman, Sukalyan  Chakraborty, Olalekan Olanipekun, Wasim Akram Shaikh, Glenn B. Stracher 17. Environmental Monitoring in the Jharia Coalfield, India: Vegetation Indices and Surface Temperature Measurements  Varinder Saini, Ravi P. Gupta, Manoj K. Arora 18. Remote Sensing Techniques for Detecting Self-Heated Hot Spots on Coal Waste Dumps in Upper Silesia, Poland Adam Nádudvari, Justyna Ciesielczuk 19. Geochemical Behavior of Trace Elements in the Upper and Lower Silesian Basin Coal-Fire Gob Piles of Poland   Lukasz Kruszewski  20. Peat Fires in Ireland Nuria Prat-Guitart, Ciaran Nugent, Enda Mullen, Fraser J.G. Mitchell, Donna Hawthorne, Claire M. Belcher, Jonathan M. Yearslsey

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