WVGES Trace Elements in West Virginia Coals

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Click on map for larger viewHighest whole coal zirconium (>80 ppm) values were confined to the southern West Virginia coal field with low and intermediate values distributed statewide.  This distribution reflects the stratigraphic trends with highest Zr in upper Kanawha Formation and Allegheny Group coals in southern and south central West Virginia and low values in the Lower Pennsylvanian and Monongahela Group coals in southern and northern WV respectively.
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