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Geological Society of America Special Paper 148, p. 115–133. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 110-G, p. G1–G38. , 2001, A digital resource model of the Lower Pennsylvanian Pocahontas No. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1625-C, discs 1 and 2, ver. 0, p. H1–H57. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1280, 62 p. , 1984, Distribution of biogenic structures in Paleozoic nonmarine and marine-margin sequences—An actualistic model: Journal of Paleontology, v. 58, p. 550–570. , 1985, Biogenic structures and depositional environments of a Lower Pennsylvanian coal-bearing sequence, northern Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee, USA: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, v.

5). Partings are reported in many areas, with a persistent shale to bone coal parting toward the middle of the seam in eastern and southern Martin County (Fig. 5, A–A′′, E–E′′). There is an abrupt split on the eastern and southeastern margin of the mined coal that separates the coal into two beds more than 15 m apart (Fig. 5, A–A′′, E–E′′). The split is continuous with the middle parting, which is noted as shale or rock or bone (coaly shale) on mine maps and boreholes. Several seam splits are noted along the northern margin of the mined coal.

1958, Yield of sediment in relation to mean annual precipitation: Eos (Transactions, American Geophysical Union), v. 39, p. 1076–1084. S. Geological Survey Coal Investigation Map, C-98, scale 1:24,000, 1 sheet. , Elements of Pennsylvanian stratigraphy: Geological Society of America Special Paper 294, p. 69–86. , Geological Society of America Special Paper 148, p. 115–133. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 110-G, p. G1–G38. , 2001, A digital resource model of the Lower Pennsylvanian Pocahontas No.

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