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Miscellaneous analyses of Kentucky clays and shales for 1960-1970

Preston McGrain

Miscellaneous analyses of Kentucky clays and shales for 1960-1970

by Preston McGrain

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Published by Kentucky Geological Survey, University of Kentucky in Lexington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kentucky,
  • Kentucky.
    • Subjects:
    • Clay -- Analysis.,
    • Clay -- Kentucky -- Testing.,
    • Shale -- Analysis.,
    • Shale -- Testing.,
    • Shale -- Kentucky.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 61-62.

      Statement[by] Preston McGrain and Thomas A. Kendall.
      SeriesKentucky Geological Survey. series 10. Report of investigations 12, Report of investigations (Kentucky Geological Survey) ;, ser. X, 12.
      ContributionsKendall, Thomas A., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTP811 .M3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 62 p.
      Number of Pages62
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5394282M
      LC Control Number72611791

        Clays are utilized in the process industries, in agricultural ap- plications, in engineering and construction applications, in environmental remediations, in geology, and in many other miscellaneous applications. This book is an assimilation of the major and minor uses of clays and clay minerals and explains why an understanding of the. @article{osti_, title = {Pedogenesis of black shale-influenced soils of the Knobs region of eastern Kentucky}, author = {Sobecki, T.M.}, abstractNote = {Investigation of acid soils on forested hillslopes truncating Devonian-age black shales in the Knobs of eastern Kentucky established the impact of parent material and landscape position on colluvium occurrence and soil properties.

      BIBLIOGRAPHY. ALBRITTON, C. C., JR. () See J. D. Boon, () See J. D. Boon, ALDERSON, V. C. () The oil shale of Kentucky, Colorado Sch. Mines. technical report: analysis of devonian black shales in kentucky for potential carbon dioxide sequestration and enhanced natural gas production. analysis of devonian black shales in kentucky for potential carbon dioxide sequestration and enhanced natural gas production.

      New Albany-Chattanooga-Ohio.—Succeeding the Devonian limestones is a succession of black shales which in the western area of outcrop has been known as the New Albany (Borden, ), along the eastern belt of Knobs as the Ohio shale (Andrews, ), and in southern and southeastern Kentucky usually as the Chattanooga shale (Hayes, ). A number of facies and members of the New Providence have been recognized by Stockdale (): 1. The Silver Hill facies of southern Jefferson and northern Bullitt counties is the typical soft green to grey clay-shale, plastic when wet, with abundant concretions and ferruginous layers. Thickness, to feet (south). Locally, as at Button Mould Knob, lenses of highly fossiliferous and.


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Clays, Muds, and Shales Charles E. Weaver (Eds.) This book provides a comprehensive and critical summary of clay mineral literature that relates to geology and geologic processes, making it useful both as a reference book for geologists and as a text for the specialist.

BLUE GRASS. Available clays include: (a) the Eden shale of northern Kentucky, either fresh or weathered, (b) the widespread residual clay from:many Ordovician limestones and shales and from the Silurian and Devonian limestones and shales around Louisville and vicinity and the eastern Blue Grass, and (c) the alluvial floodplain and Pleistocene terrace clays.

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Kentucky._____ 72 7. Estimated mineral composition (in parts of ten) of clays and shales, exclusive of the Olive Hill clay bed of Crider (), Haldeman and Wrigley quadrangles, Kentucky._____ 83 8. Chemical analyses of shales, sandstones, and a siltstone from. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections. Featured Full text of "Clays, their occurence, properties, and uses". The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society Index Volumes A A&M College (Lexington, Ky.), –58 Abbott, Augustus H., In addition to these analyses, a comprehensive report by the Kentucky Geological Survey-'- includes a lengthy description of the clays and mining activities in the Jackson Purchase Region.

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Lacking analyses of both limestones and shales, the best that can be done is to point out where conditions would seem to be favorable. In a general way, it would seem that the most favorable places would be found along the east front of the Cumberland Plateau, in the Sequatchie Valley, and on the west front of the Plateau.

Post navigation ← →. Coal-field clays and shales are another important resource. In Kentucky they are used for face and fire brick, field, floor, and sewer tile, and flue linings.

The Olive Hill Clay Bed of Crider (b) in the basal part of the Breathitt Formation in northeastern Kentucky was the main source of refractory raw material for a once-major firebrick.

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The Osgood Formation (restricted usage, formerly the lower member of the Osgood Shale; see Brett et al., a, for discussion and revisions) is a conspicuous lithological unit in the Louisville, Kentucky, area and surrounding region, where it is composed of up to ~10 m of rhythmically alternating decimeter-scale dolostones and dolomitic shales.

The bentonite occurs in the Lower Member of the Las Trancas Formation which is a hydrothermally altered rhyolitic to rhyodacitic pumice and is shows the major minerals present are. Kentucky has several major areas that produce high-quality clays, which are shipped to customers around the world.

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