WVGES Trace Elements in West Virginia Coals

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Click on map for larger viewAs indicated in the stratigraphic distribution of Mo, low  Mo coals of the Lower and Middle Pennsylvanian are distributed throughout southern West Virginia.  Moderate Mo values (10-25 ppm) are in Upper Pennsylvanian coals of north central WV, and highest Mo coal samples (>25 ppm) are in the Brush Creek, Bakerstown and Harlem coals of the eastern panhandle and the Pittsburgh and Sewickley coals in deep cores in Wetzel County (see cautionary note page).
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