WVGES Trace Elements in West Virginia Coals

Click Here To Go To Trace Elements Framed Home Page Fluorine (F)

Click on map for larger viewThe geographic distribution of whole coal fluorine content shows generally uniform <100 ppm fluorine in coals statewide.  Highest fluorine levels are in coals of southern West Virginia.
Go to Stratigraphic Distribution of FluorineGo to Fluorine Summary Statistics PageGo to General Elements PageGo to HAP Elements Page
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