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Sketch of the geological structure of the south Staffordshire coalfield

J. Beete Jukes

Sketch of the geological structure of the south Staffordshire coalfield

prepared for the use of members of the British Association at the Birmingham meeting, 1865.

by J. Beete Jukes

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Published by Billing in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsBritish Association. South Staffordshire Local Committee.
The Physical Object
Pagination20p.
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16363598M

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Sketch of the geological structure of the south Staffordshire coalfield by J. Beete Jukes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Birmingham and Midland Hardware District book. By S. Timmins. Edition 1st Edition. Sketch of the Geological Structure of the South Staffordshire Coalfield. View abstract The Economic Value of various Measures of Coal and Ironstone in the South Staffordshire Coalfield.

View abstract. chapter | 5 pages The Drainage of the South Author: S. Timmins. The Sketch of the geological structure of the south Staffordshire coalfield book, Products, and Industrial History of Birmingham and the Midland Hardware District: Sketch of the Geological Structure of the South Staffordshire Coalfield.

1: South Staffordshire Coalfield Method of WorkingVentilationExtent. THE GEOLOGY OF THE NORTHERN PART OF THE SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE COALFIELD (CANNOCK CHASE REGION). [G.H. Mitchell] on *FREE* shipping on Author: G.H. Mitchell. Jukes () ‘Sketch of the geological structure of the South Staffordshire coalfield’ in S.

Timmins (ed.) The resources, products and industrial history of Birmingham and the Midland hardware district (London: Robert Hardwicke), 1– Google ScholarAuthor: Juliane Czierpka. Shropshire and Staffordshire.

Shropshire (22) Shropshire / Staffordshire DVD's (3) Sketch of the geological structure of the south Staffordshire coalfield book (13) Staffordshire Cannock Chase Coalfield (10) South East, Kent, Surrey, Sussex etc (9) Wales. Wales Coal and Collieries (47) Wales Metal Mining (39) Wales Railways/ Geology / Miscellaneous (31) Wales Slate / Stone (13) West Midlands / Warks.

The coal-field of South Staffordshire forms no exception to the other coal-fields of Great Britain as regards the occurrence, in certain of its beds, of the peculiar fossil roots known as Stigmaria, in their relative places of vegetable remains, long considered as the stems of a distinct fossil plant, are now known, chiefly through the researches of Mr.

Binney in. Reading some of the descriptions of the Black Country in the nineteenth century, one could be forgiven for believing the area stood at the gates of Hell.

Much was made of burning heaps of coal and coke, with mining waste burying Sketch of the geological structure of the south Staffordshire coalfield book land and slag. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfectionssuch as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.

that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as.

An Outline of the Geology of the North Staffordshire Coalfield. By Dr Lloyd Boardman Retired head of Geology British Coal Western Area. There are actually four coalfields that make up the North Staffordshire Coalfield as such.

In the extreme north of the county, between Leek and Buxton, lies the small Goldsitch Moss Coalfield. Staffordshire Coalfield This is an interactive map, point to a location with your mouse to see basic information, click to go to that page.

This coalfield is traditionally treated as being in two main parts, a northern one around Stoke on Trent and a southern one around Cannock and the Birmingham conurbation, but modern geological knowledge shows it to be continuous.

Allport's description of the Dderites of the South Staffordshire Coalfield, the Diorites of the Nuneaton district, and of the R~yolitic lavas and agglomerates of the Wrekin and Wrockwardine areas, are classic in the history of British petro- logy. Holl's account of the so-called metamorphic gneissose and schistose rocks of the Malvern Hills.

The South Staffordshire Coalfield by Joseph Beete Jukes Conclusion. (by the aid of which the geological survey of Ireland is carried on), Were the South Staffordshire coal-field now untouched and the property of one individual, there is no doubt that, as far as the mere economical extraction of its minerals is concerned, it might be.

In he commenced the survey of the South Staffordshire coalfield and continued this work during successive years after the close of field-work in Wales.

The results were published in his Geology of the South Staffordshire Coal-field (; 2nd ed. ), a work Sketch of the geological structure of the south Staffordshire coalfield book for its accuracy and philosophic mater: St John's College, Cambridge.

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Dudley, West Midlands, England Wren's Nest Hill was declared a National Nature Reserve in (one of the first for geology in the U.K.), with the Mons Hill extension being added in The establishment of the Reserve was in recognition of the exceptional, international importance of the site as a source of Silurian (Wenlock) age fossils.

Wren's Nest has yielded a great. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Redirected from Cannock Coalfield) Jump to navigation Jump to search. The South Staffordshire coalfield is one of several coalfields in the English Midlands.

It stretches for 25 miles / 40km from the Lickey Hills in the south to Rugeley in the north. The coalfield is around 10 miles (16 km) wide; its eastern and western margins are fault.

Map series: Geological Survey of England and Walesgeological map series [Old Series] Sheet number: 62NW: Sheet title [Cannock Chase, Rugeley, Penkridge; the northern half of the South Staffordshire Coalfield.]. GEOLOGY OF THE WHITEHAVEN DISTRICT. 37 and Chatteris are on the line of presumed strike of the upper renggeri beds.

As Mr. Pringle implies,* the recent observation at a boring at Long Sutton (16 miles north of March) of Upper Oxford Clay and Lower Ampthill Clay directly underlying the Boulder Clay further supports the idea that the western boundary of the Cited by: 3.

Full text of "A glossary of terms used in coal mining" See other formats. Geology of the South Wales Coalfield, Volume 5 Volume of Explanation of one-inch geological sheet Geology of the South Wales Coalfield, H.

Squirrell Memoir forgeological sheet Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: England and Wales: Author: H. Squirrell: Contributor: B. Kelk: Edition: 3: Publisher: H.M. Ill PREFACE. The following Memoir contains a description of the chief coalfields of North Staffordshire.

The original Geological Survey was made on the Old Series one-inch maps, Sheets 72 N.W., 73 N.E. and 81 S.W., published during the yearsthe Coal-measures having been mapped by Sir W.

Smyth, the Permian and Trias by Prof E. Hull, 5/5(1). Geological map of the Denbigh Coalfield. Inset shows location of the coalfield in South Staffordshire coalfields. fossil-rich area of exceptionally well-preserved Carboniferous Coal.

Addenda; The Walsall Trades; Addenda; The Stourbridge Fire Clay; The Midland Salt Works; The Ceramic Manufactures of Staffordshire; On the Manufacture of Plate, Crown and Sheet-glass; Report on Glass Works at Wordsley, Amblecote, Stourbridge, and Dudley; Lighthouse Illumination, and the Dioptric Apparatus; Basaltic Stone Manufacture.

Geology of the South Wales Coalfield (Volume I, The Country Around Newport (Mon.)) by Squirrell HC et al and a great selection of related books, art. Geological Survey of Great Britain & Ireland historical scale geological maps and sections.

Andrew Harrison*describes Dudley’s great geological site, the World’s first NNR, a year on from its 60th birthday. Apart from heavy industry and being the birthplace of Sir Lenny Henry, Dudley is known for one important but often overlooked geological gem. Wren’s Nest is internationally known for its fossils, and in September it celebrated its 60th anniversary as the World’s.

the first field meeting of the Dudley and Midland Geological Society. Meet at am at Tarmac's Hailstone Quarry (at the__ junction of Tippity Green and Portway Road, Rowley Regis' The first field meeting was held on 7th June and started with a lecture regarding the igneous rocks of the South Staffordshire coalfield.

After a. Geology. The superficial geology in this area predominantly consists of Devensian glacial tills, which overlie the Middle and Upper Pennine Coal Measures; the same sequences of sandstones, mudstones and coal seams as forms the impressive coalfields of North Staffordshire Coalfield is a compact and heavily faulted coalfield,which is triangular and.

This book is one of those and covers part of the South Staffordshire Coalfield, South of Wolverhampton and Walsall in the West Midlands.

This the first comprehensive study of this coalfield and includes excellent photographic material, there are good descriptions of each colliery and details of their locations supported by plans and drawings.

Full text of "On the Fossil Floras of the Wyre Forest, with Special Reference to the Geology of the Coalfield and Its Relationships to the Neighbouring Coal Measure Areas" See other formats. In the yearfor the first' time, the particulars of the output of the North Staffordshire Collieries are separately distinguished from those of South Staffordshire and Worcestershire; the collieries being grouped in the following districts, numberingand producing an aggregate of 1, tons:— * Journal of the Iron and Steel.

The coal and iron industries of the United Kingdom; CHAPTER XII. SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE AND WORCESTERSHIRE COAL-FIELD. Open PDF. The coal and iron industries of the United Kingdom. Next > Prev The coal and iron industries of the United Kingdom.

CHAPTER XII. SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE AND WORCESTERSHIRE COAL-FIELD. The South Staffordshire. The Leicestershire and South Derbyshire Coalfield has exposed Coal Measures in Derbyshire and concealed Coal Measures further Leicestershire and South Derbyshire Coalfield Character Area 71 Part 1 - south within Leicestershire.

The exposed coalfield comprises Lower, Middle and Upper Coal Measures of the Carboniferous period. The South Staffordshire Coalfield is divided two parts by a fault: to the south is the Thick or Ten Yard seam of the Black Country, and to the north the Cannock Chase Coalfield consisting of several thinner seams.

Sections of both now fall within Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall or Wolverhampton. "Geological bibliography of the north Staffordshire coalfields, by W. Gibson founded on a bibliography by Mr. Ward, published in the Transactions of the North Staffordshire field club, vol.

XXIV,with additions in vol. XXVIII.and vol. XXXIX, ": p. Pages: British Isles—Staffordshire—Geology. Whitehead and Eastwood. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of England and Wales.

The Geology of the Southern Part of the South Staffordshire Coalfield (South of Bentley Faults). By Talbot H. Whitehead and T. Eastwood.

With contributions by T. Robertson. London, Size 9x6, pp. xx., Illustrations. In this book Nigel Chapman brings together a fascinating selection of photographs, old and new, showing the changing the face of the South Staffordshire Coalfield. 96 black and white and colour pages. Published by Amberley Publishing.

mm x mm. See other Books. See other products from Local History Books. See other products for Adults. The history of industry in the Black Country is connected directly to its underlying geology. Much of the region lies upon an exposed coalfield forming the southern part of the South Staffordshire Coalfield where mining has taken place since the Middle Ages.

There are, in fact several coal seams, some of which were given names by the : sq mi ( km²). The geology of the Leicestershire and South Derbyshire coalfield. (London, Printed for H. Stationery off., by Wymann and sons, limited, ), by Charles Fox-Strangways and Arthur Reginald Horwood (page images at HathiTrust).

Minor coalfields of the Askrigg Block and the Lancaster Basin. 32 7. The Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire Coalfield 34 8. The Lancashire and Cheshire Coalfield. 37 9. The Leicestershire and South Derbyshire Coalfields. 39 The Potteries Coalfield. 41 The Cannock Chase and South Staffordshire Coalfields.

43 The Warwickshire Coalfield. The geology of the North Staffordshire coalfields Gibson et al: The pdf and description of fossil fuel, the collieries, and coal trade of Great Britain: The life of Sir Humphry Davy Ayrton The problem of nationalization Haldane: The South Staffordshire coalfield Jukes: The South Wales Coal annual for.Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering Jul-Dec: Index AIR Pilotage, Manual of, Air Preheatingin Boiler Furnaces, by W.

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