WVGES Trace Elements in West Virginia Coals

Click Here To Go To Trace Elements Framed Home Page Rubidium (Rb)

Click on map for larger viewHighest rubidium coals are located in the southern West Virginia coalfield in Logan, Boone, McDowell and Wyoming counties where the Pocahontas No. 8, Coalburg and Stockton coals are mined and in a deep drill core Brush Creek coal sample from Wetzel County (see cautionary note page).   Most coals statewide contained low to moderate amounts of whole coal rubidium.
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