WVGES Trace Elements in West Virginia Coals

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Click on map for larger viewHighest hafnium contents (3.0-7.2 ppm) were in the upper Kanawha Formation coals of Boone and Logan counties, and intermediate hafnium contents were confined to coals of the southern coalfield.  Coals with the lowest (<1 ppm) hafnium content were distributed statewide, with all northern coalfield coals are low in hafnium.
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