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Energy resources
Natural resources that are used for heat and power generation, including oil, natural gas, coal, and geothermal energy.
This category is also used for energy sources, and fossil fuels.
Subtopics:
Coal resources (21 items)
Natural gas resources (3 items)
Oil resources (1 items)
Geothermal resources (2 items)
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Coal-Bearing Regions and Structural Sedimentary Basins ofChina and Adjacent Seas: Energy commodities [New Window]
This dataset is a collection of commodities (coal gas, oilshale, and quaternary peat) located in The Peoples Republicof China. Included in this dataset is the type of thecommodities.
Coal-Bearing Regions and Structural Sedimentary Basins ofChina and Adjacent Seas: Coal-bearing regions [New Window]
This dataset is a collection of coal-bearing regions locatedin The Peoples Republic of China. Included in this dataset arethe age and name of the coal-bearing regions.
Coal-Bearing Regions and Structural Sedimentary Basins ofChina and Adjacent Seas: Coal field locations [New Window]
This dataset is a collection of coal field locations inThe Peoples Republic of China. Included in this datasetis the rank of the coal in each field.
Coal-Bearing Regions and Structural Sedimentary Basins ofChina and Adjacent Seas: Major coal mine locations [New Window]
This dataset is a collection of major coal mine productionlocated in The Peoples Republic of China. Included in thisdataset are the locations of major coal mines and theapproximate annual amount of coal mined annually in millionsof metric tons.
Coal-Bearing Regions and Structural Sedimentary Basins ofChina and Adjacent Seas: Structural sedimentary basins [New Window]
This dataset is a collection of structural sedimentarybasin locations in The Peoples Republic of China. Includedin this dataset are the age and name of each structuralsedimentary basin.
Geologic map of Van Bremmer Park Quadrangle, Colfax County, New Mexico [New Window]
The Raton basin is a large asymmetric syncline (2500 mi2 area) that extends from Huerfano Park, Colorado to Cimarron, New Mexico. As used here, the basin is defined by the limits of the outcrop of the Trinidad Sandstone. The Cretaceous and Tertiary rock
Geologic map of the Vermejo Park quadrangle, Colfax County, New Mexico, and Las Animas County, Colorado [New Window]
The Raton basin is a large asymmetric syncline (2500 mi2 area) that extends from Huerfano Park, Colorado to Cimarron, New Mexico. As used here, the basin is defined by the limits of the outcrop of the Trinidad Sandstone. The Cretaceous and Tertiary rock
Geology of the southernmost part of Santa Clara County, California: A digital database [New Window]
The area of study for this report is the southern portion of SantaClara County that lies within the Monterey 30 by 60 minutequadrangle, consisting of parts of the Watsonville East, Chittenden,San Felipe, Three Sisters, and Mariposa Peak 7.5 minutequadra
Quaternary Geology and Liquefaction Susceptibility, San Francisco, California 1:100,000 Quadrangle: A digital database [New Window]
In this study, we develop a liquefaction susceptibility map of theSan Francisco 1:100,000 quadrangle using Quaternary geologicmapping, historical liquefaction information, groundwater data, andprevious studies.
Geologic map of the Dillon 7 1/2 minute quadrangle, Summit and Grand Counties, Colorado [New Window]
This map is superceded by U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF-2390. This is a digital geologic map of the Dillon Quadrangle, Summit and Grand Counties, Colorado.
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