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Alaskan coal development

Leon J. Kolankiewicz

Alaskan coal development

an assessment of potential water quality impacts

by Leon J. Kolankiewicz

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Alaska Water Quality Management Planning Program in [Juneau, Alaska] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska.
    • Subjects:
    • Coal mines and mining -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska.,
    • Water -- Pollution -- Alaska.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Leon J. Kolankiewicz.
      ContributionsAlaska Water Quality Management Planning Program.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD195.C58 K65 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination84 p. :
      Number of Pages84
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2819219M
      LC Control Number83621056


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Alaskan coal development by Leon J. Kolankiewicz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Market for Alaskan coal is the development of a chemical industry utilizing as raw materials the large quantities of readily available low-rank coal, par- ticularly in the Nenana, Susitna, and Kenai fields. INTRODUCTION This summary report on the coal resources of Alaska was prepared.

Alaska possesses vast amounts of coal, probably a major portion of the world's remaining coal a result, the choices that are made in Alaska regarding coal development will have a major local and global impact.

Even though small-scale mining began here in the 's, coal mining has never taken off in Alaska. Usibelli Coal Mine has been the only active coal mine in the state since. Coal In Alaska. Alaska possesses nearly haf of all U.S. coal resources and 1/8 of the world’s coal lies beneath the soil of The Last Frontier.

Rising global demand for energy is driving a new wave of proposals to access and export that coal to be burned in coal-fired power plants. The book explores the structure and operations of Alaska's petroleum-based economy, describes the array of geographic, biological, and economic constraints that discourage economic diversification and reviews the prospects for development of nonfuel minerals and coal in Alaska.

The book discusses the important issues in the renewable resource. Potential for developing Alaskan coals for clean export fuels. Washington: Office of Coal Research, U.S. Dept.

of the Interior, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stanford Research Institute,; United States. Office of Coal Research. @article{osti_, title Alaskan coal development book {Coal resources of Alaska}, author = {Sanders, R.B.}, abstractNote = {In the late s, whaling ships carried Alaskan coal, and it was used to thaw ground for placer gold mining.

Unfortunate and costly political maneuvers in the early s delayed coal removal, but the Alaska Railroad and then World War II provided incentives for opening mines. The U.S. Congress passed two significant legislative acts in that led to development of coal resources of Alaska: (1) the Alaska Coal Leasing Act promoted opening mines in the Alaskan coalfields and (2) the Alaska Railroad Enabling Act authorized construction of the railroad from Anchorage to Fairbanks, which encouraged the use of coal by.

Get this from a library. Alaska coal: a bibliography. [Julia H Triplehorn; University of Alaska Fairbanks. School of Mineral Industry.] -- Covers all aspects, Alaskan coal development book and present, of Alaskan coal resources although coverage of political, legal and legislative matters is limited.

Bibliography contains entries arranged alphabetically by. Alaska's coal is little studied, and there is little infrastructure to support coal mining.

If these changed, Alaska might take advantage of its proximity to East Asia and become a major player in the Pacific coal market.

Unfettered development of Alaskan coal could dramatically increase global greenhouse Alaskan coal development book. The following year,a huge coal washing plant would be constructed at Sutton by the Alaska Engineering Commission, and the Navy’s Alaskan Coal Commission would build a coal mining camp with a school, hospital, and housing for the miners’ families at Chickaloon.

Many U.S. citizens and policymakers look to Alaska as a resource storehouse for the remaining years of s and beyond. This book examines the federal and state policies, economic and political constraints, and social consequences of Alaskan resources development during two by: 2.

market for Alaskan coal is the development of a chemical industry utilizing as raw materials the large quantities of readily available low-rank coal, par­ ticularly in the Nenana, Susitna, and Kenai fields.

INTRODUCTION This summary report on the coal resources of Alaska was preparedCited by:   Download: Regulations Governing Coal Mining in Alaska (PDF) (effective Ap ) Regulatory requirements for coal mines are different than for other types of mines.

Spurred by major environmental impacts from coal mining in the 's and 's, the U.S. Congress passed the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act in Alaska's first independent picture entirely made in Alaska was The Chechahcos, produced by Alaskan businessman Austin E.

Lathrop and filmed in and around Anchorage. Released in by the Alaska Moving Picture Corporation, it was the only film the company statehood: Territory of Alaska.

Estimated Alaska coal resources are largely in Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks distributed in three major provinces. Northern Alaska-Slope, Central Alaska-Nenana, and Southern Alaska-Cook Inlet.

Cretaceous resources, predominantly bituminous coal and lignite, are in the Northern Alaska-Slope coal province. Most of the Tertiary resources, mainly lignite to subbituminous coal with minor amounts of. ALASKAN COAL PROBLEMS. By WALTER L.

FISHER. INTRODUOTION. The public interest in the Alaskan situation is such that, with the consent of the President, I have concluded, at the request of the American Mining Congress, to make at this time a candid, if some ­ what informal, expression of the views I have formed as Secretary.

@article{osti_, title = {Alaska coal geology, resources, and coalbed methane potential}, author = {Flores, Romeo M and Stricker, Gary D and Kinney, Scott A}, abstractNote = {Estimated Alaska coal resources are largely in Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks distributed in three major provinces, Northern Alaska-Slope, Central Alaska-Nenana, and Southern Alaska-Cook Inlet.

Alaskan Coal Gasification Feasibility Studies– Healy Coal-to-Liquids Plant DOE/NETL/ Final Report for Subtask July NETL Contact: Brent Sheets Manager Arctic Energy Office Prepared by: Lawrence Van Bibber Charles Thomas Robert Chaney Research & Development Solutions, LLC (RDS)/File Size: 3MB.

Alaskan coal resources have a lower sulfur content (averaging percent) than most coals in the conterminous United States are within or below the minimum sulfur value mandated by the Clean Air Act amendments. The identified resources are near existing and planned infrastructure to promote development, transportation, and marketing of Publish Year: ALASKA COAL ASH DISPOSAL IN PONDS AND LANDFILLS Summary of Coal Ash Generating Facilities in Alaska Planti Operator Disposal Method County Eielson AFB Central Heat & Power Plant U S Air Force-Eielson AFB landfillii Fairbanks North Star University of Alaska Fairbanks University of Alaska Disposed of by a contractor (includingFile Size: KB.

The recent interest in Alaskan coal resources has created a need for comprehensive information on coal locations, mines, and companies with their present and past development. This publication is designed to meet such a need by providing a bibliography with a subject. When you give a girl a whole lot of laxatives and proceed to fuck her anally.

After you finish, strap on a pair of goggles and wait patiently - face first - in front of her asshole for the ensuing explosion. After she's finished, take off the goggles. You'll look like an Alaskan coal miner.

Alaskan Coal Gasification Feasibility Studies – Healy Coal to Liquids Plant. Final Report for Subtask Fairbanks: U.S. Department of Energy, NETL Arctic Office. Page vii. Hereafter “NETL, ” 4 Hatch, Fairbanks Economic Development Corporation Coal to Liquids FEL1 Study – Final Report.

Mississauga, Ontario. As of MaPacRim Coal has suspended all permitting activities related to the Chuitna Coal Project. The Chuitna Coal Project is a surface coal mining and export development proposal for an ultra low sulfur, sub bituminous coal resource located in the Beluga Coal Field of South-central Alaska, approximately 45 miles west of Anchorage.

"The Local and World-Wide Impact of Mining Alaska's Coal." Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, Vol Issue 1, DOI: / Founded inUsibelli Coal Mine (UCM) has grown to become the largest coal mining operation in Alaska utilizing the most modern mining equipment and state-of-the-art engineering to supply coal to six Alaska power plants and export coal to Chile, South Korea and several other Pacific Rim destinations.

UCM sponsors many community events and activities, and through The Usibelli Foundation. Anchorage’s development began inwhen Congress authorized construction of the only federally owned railroad in the nation’s history.

It would run from tidewater to Alaska’s Interior, passing the coal deposits of the Matanuska Valley. Construction headquarters was at. The Coal Regulatory group, a section within the Department of Natural Resources, typically handles coal related developments in the state, but earlier this summer, the Alaska Oil.

its end use. Most of the Alaskan coal that might be exploited in this century is steam coal. Metallurgical coal has a significantly higher value than steam coal, and is widely traded in international markets. However, until the worldwide 'energy crisis' of the past decade, there was no comparable interest in shipping high bulk, low-value steam coal.

The following time line tracks this development from the early days of the fur trade up to the arrival of the and sparked British interest in the Alaskan fur trade. coal, and ice for. Alaskan railroad.

AAF This film is an overview of the Alaska Railroad. Images include brief views of Seward, Fairbanks, Anchorage, Mount McKinley National Park, and the Matanuska Valley. Alaska review AAF, 3/4”. Reporters Mark Weller and Judithann Roberts review the development of Alaska's : Gwendolyn Higgins.

The history of coal mining in Alaska is vast and relatively incomplete. While the large operations were recorded there were smaller operations that were not properly documented.

What can be found starts as early as on the Kenai Peninsula when Nathaniel Portlock found coal at Coal Cove. 5 | Coal Ash in Alaska: Our Health, Our Right to Know What is coal ash.

Also known as coal combustion waste, coal ash is the waste product remaining after coal is burned.1 About million tons of coal ash are produced annually by coal‐fired power plants in the United States.2 In Alaska. The loading terminal was originally built in as an economic development project to sell coal to world markets.

Last July it was fined $, for its fugitive coal dust emissions; most of that fine was directed towards reducing those emissions. According to Alaska Railcorp, one of the owners of the terminals, an additional $, in.

In an effort to thwart statehood and Alaskan home rule from Washington D.C., the "Alaska Syndicate," was formed in by J.

Morgan and Simon Syndicate purchased the Kennicott-Bonanza copper mine and had majority control of the Alaskan steamship and rail transportation. The syndicate also was in charge of a large part of the salmon industry. The Great Alaska Coal Rush Wilderness lovers have fought for decades to protect the moose, salmon, and sublime vistas of America's "last frontier" from the ravages of oil development.

Now America's coal companies want to leave their earth-scraping marks across the state. This book concentrates on the impact of coal on human history and development, written by an impartial observer (an assistant attorney-general of Minnesota who began to research the impact of coal for her job).

It was a real eye-opener, and illustrated that the pollution of the environment started a long time before the Industrial Revolution /5(63). FOR SALE - Catskills, NY - For Sale is an Alaskan Coal Stove Model Dual Feed, fueled by Rice Anthracite Coal only, that is capable of generating up to Alaska model coal furnace manual - manualsilo Alaska Model Coal Furnace [DL#2] alaska model File Size: 27KB.

Today is at your leisure in the Grand Denali National Park. Many guests love the Visitor’s Center and all it has to offer. From Alaskan movies, guided ranger hikes, ranger talks, dog sled demonstrations, to shopping. Get out there and enjoy the great trail system in the park, starting at the Visitors Center.

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