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Active and inactive coal mine polygons in the southern Piceance Basin.
This is a single-polygon shapefile which depicts the Deserado coal area within the Lower White River coal field.
This file depicts the geologic faults contained within the Lower White River coal field.
Faults in the southern Piceance Basin.
Geologic units of the southern Piceance Basin.
13 public data points (drill sites) for the Deserado coal area, Lower White River coal field, CO.
Isopachs of total net coal in beds >1.2' thick, A - G coal zones, Danforth Hills coal field (dan*thkg)
These are shapefiles and ARC/INFO polygon coverages showing the isopachs of total net coal in beds greater than or equal to 1.2' thick for the A through G coal zones, Danforth Hills coal field. The coverage danathkg is the isopach coverage for the A coal zone; danbthkg is for the B coal zone, and so on.
These are shapefiles and coverages of final unioned polygon coverages used to calculate coal resources of the Cameo/Fairfield coal group east of 107 deg 15' longitude, and the Cameo/Wheeler, South Canyon, and Coal Ridge coal zones west of 107 deg 15' longitude in the southern Piceance Basin, northwestern Colorado. Pscbfing was used for the area east of 107 deg 15' longitude; pscwfing was used for the Cameo/Wheeler coal zone; psscfing was used for the South Canyon coal zone; pscrfing was used for the Coal Ridge coal zone. Polygons that make up the final unioned polygons include counties, 7.5' quadrangles, townships, surface and coal ownership, reliability, and, overburden. The final unioned coverage for each coal...
An ESRI GRID raster data model of the overburden material above the Mahogany Zone was needed to perform calculations in the Piceance Basin, Colorado as part of a 2009 National Oil Shale Assessment.
Under the direction and funding of the National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program (NCGMP) with guidance and encouragement from the United States Geological Survey (USGS), there has been a decadal strategic plan in place to call for geologic mapping across the nation. This call has been increasing the need for digital data that has not yet been made available. With such a demand, physical data is being re-released as vector-based, GIS operable data, which is viable as a corporate asset to the USGS. This collection of reports is part of the compilation and synthesis efforts hampered by the distributed nature of subsurface investigations at the USGS and a general lack of cataloging and archiving of 3-D geological...
The Mahogany ledge structure contour lines were needed to perform overburden calculations in the Piceance Basin, Colorado as part of a 2009 National Oil Shale Assessment.
ESRI GRID raster datasets were created to display and quantify nahcolite resources for eight oil shale zones in the Piceance Basin, Colorado as part of a 2009 National Oil Shale and Nahcolite Assessment. The zones in descending order are: L-5, R-5, L-4, R-4, L-3, R-3, L-2, and R-2. Each raster cell represents a one-acre square of the land surface and contains values for nahcolite tonnage. The gridnames follow the naming convention *_n, where "*" can be replaced by the name of the oil shale zone.
Geology of the Danforth Hills study area at a scale of 1 : 62500.
This shapefile includes anticlines and synclines of the Lower White River coal field. Nominal map scale is 500,000. The original digital source data for this shapefile was the digital geologic map of Colorado.
Coal-mine production history from 1984 through 1995 in the Colorado Plateau coal assessment study area (cpmphg)
This is a point coverage containing 12 years (1984 through 1995) of coal mining history in the Colorado Plateau coal assessment study area. This layer was derived from the Mine Safety and Health Administration's (MSHA) Information Resource Center data for the years 1984 through 1995.
Faults in the Piceance Basin were digitized to compliment structural mapping as part of a 2009 National Oil Shale Assessment.
This file contains points that describe locations of oil shale core holes that contain nahcolite in the state of Colorado and is available as an ESRI shapefile, Google Earth KMZ file, and ASCII text file.
This is a shapefile of the structure contours on top of the Rollins Sandstone Mbr. in the southern Piceance Basin coal assessment area.
These are shapefiles and ARC/INFO coverages that outline the areas within which coal resources are calculated and reported for the A/B through G coal zones, Danforth Hills coal field. The shapefile DANABBNDG is the defining resource polygon for the A and B coal zones; DANCbndg is the defining resource polygon for the C coal zone, and so on.
An ESRI TIN data model of the overburden material above the Mahogany Zone was needed to perform calculations in the Piceance Basin, Colorado as part of a 2009 National Oil Shale Assessment.