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Geology and Permian coal resources of the Collie Basin, Western Australia
G. Le Blanc Smith
|Statement||by G. Le Blanc Smith.|
|Series||Report,, 38, Report (Geological Survey of Western Australia) ;, 38.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey of Western Australia.|
|LC Classifications||QE348 .L4 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||95131108|
Low-grade sub-bituminous coal of Late Jurassic age was discovered in during exploration by the Department of Mines and ETSA near Lock in the Polda Basin of central western Eyre Peninsula. The high-ash coal occurs as a number of gently dipping seams interbedded with sand and clay of the Polda Formation, and is confined to a narrow east. largest resources of bituminous coal with the bulk of the production coming from NSW prior to the development of the extensive Bowen Basin coal deposits in Queensland. Queensland is now the largest producer of coal in majority of Australia's brown coal reserves are located and mined in Victoria with most used for electricity.
The Collie Sub-basin is a pocket of Permian sedimentary rocks with an area of km², enclosed within much older Archean rocks of the Yilgarn Craton, near the town of Collie in southwestern Western Australia., Once considered a unique basin, this area, along with the smaller Wilga and Boyup Sub-basins to the south, are now classified as outliers of the Perth Basin, separated from the main area by . The Perth Basin is a thick, elongated sedimentary basin in Western lies beneath the Swan Coastal Plain west of the Darling Scarp, representing the western limit of the much older Yilgarn Craton, and extends further west and towns including Perth, Busselton, Bunbury, Mandurah and Geraldton are built over the Perth Basin.
Western Australia Department of minerals and energy, Perth. Uysal, t., et al. (), the thermal history of the bowen basin, Queensland Australia: vitrinite reflectance and clay mineralogy of Later Permian coal measures, tectonophysics, , University of Western Australia & . Permian coals of eastern Australia. Bulletin Bureau of Mineral Resources, Canberra. Le Blanc Smith G () Geology and Permian Coal resources of the Collie Basin, Western Australia. Report Geological Survey of Western Australia, Perth. Loughnan FC () The Permian coal measures of the Stroud-Gloucester Trough.
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The Upper Permian coal seams correlate with the Muja Coal Measures in the Collie Basin and may correlate with the lowest part of the Wagina Sandstone in the northern Perth : Guy Leblanc Smith. The Upper Permian coal seams correlate with the Muja Coal Measures in the Collie Basin and may correlate with the lowest part of the Wagina Sandstone in the northern Perth Basin.
Geology and Permian coal resources of the Collie Basin, Western Australia / by G. Le Blanc Smith. Also Titled. Geological Survey of Western Australia report no.
Author. Le Blanc Smith, G., Other Authors. Geological Survey of Western Australia Published. Perth: Geological Survey of Western Australia, Physical Description.
Home» Coal resources of the Canning Basin, Western Australia: exploration and evaluation history. Coal resources of the Canning Basin, Western Australia: exploration and evaluation history. Author: Simons, SL.
Publication date: 29 OctoberEconomic geology, Mineral deposits, Mineral exploration, Mineral occurrence, Regional. Example: Searching for "Devonian Reef Complexes" in the title field will not return the title 'Devonian brachiopods from the reef complexes of the Canning Basin'. '*' can be used as a wildcard within a word or at the end of a word.
The Collie Basin contains significant resources of coal and fresh groundwater. Dewatering is essential for facilitating coal mining. However, this has resulted in significant impacts on the groundwater and dependent environmental values in the Collie Basin. A research into the hydrogeology and groundwater resources of the Collie Basin has been carried out.
This has involved extensive. Collie Basin (Western Australia) The Collie Basin is a intracratonic rift basin, that has a 13 km vertical depostion of brecciaeted sands, marls and clays. The coal seam thickness of the Collie Basin runs from m to 12m. The coal seams are overlayed by a 1,5 km sedimentdeposit.
The Collie Basin coals have a low sulphur and ash content andFile Size: 4MB. At present the Collie Basin of Permian age situated km South-southeast of Perth and covering an area of km 2 is the only active source of steaming coal in Western Australia, Fig 1.
The coal samples for petrological and geochemical study were taken from the Hebe seam of Late Permian age from the Muja Sub-basin, one of the three sub-basins Author: K K Sappal, B H O′ Connor, D J Martin.
These two states are also the largest coal producers. While Australia's mineable black coals range from Permian to Jurassic in age ( to million years old), most of Australia's black coal resources are of Permian age. Australia's principal black coal producing basins are the Bowen (Queensland) and Sydney (New South Wales) Basins.
Locally important black coal mining operations include Collie in Western Australia, Leigh Creek. The Collie Coal Measures and the underlying glacigene Stockton Formation are Permian lithologic units in the small, intracratonic Collie Basin situated near the western margin of the Yilgarn Craton in Western Australia.
Palynological data were obtained from a Cited by: The Early Permian coal samples for the study were obtained from the Vasse Shelf, southern Perth Basin, located approximately km south- west of Perth.
The selected coal samples for the study were also obtained from the Premier Sub-basin of the Collie Basin and the Irwin Sub-basin of the Perth by: 5.
Geology and Permian coal resources of the Collie Basin, Western Australia. Perth: Geological Survey of Western Australia, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G Le Blanc Smith; Geological Survey of Western Australia.
Geology and Permian coal resources of the Collie Basin, Western Australia. Geological Survey of Western Australia Rep Rigby, J.F. The Lower Gondwana floras of the Perthand Collie Basins,Western Australia. Palaeontographica B, Rigby, J., Plants.
In: Skwarko, S.K. (Ed.), Palaeontology of the Permian of. Description. Black coals occur in most of the major sedimentary basins in Australia. In addition to the better known Permian coal occurrences of the Sydney, Bowen, Oaklands and Galilee Basins, coals of Permian age occur in the Arckaringa Basin in South Australia, the Bonaparte Basin in Northern Territory and the Collie, Perth and Canning Basins in Western Australia and the Tasmania Basin in.
The International Journal of Coal Geology deals with fundamental and applied aspects of the geology and petrology of coal, oil/gas source rocks and shale gas resources. The journal aims to advance the exploration, exploitation and utilization of these resources, and to stimulate environmental awareness as well as advancement of engineering for effective resource management.
Geology and Coal-Bed Mthane resources of the Northern San Juan Basin, Colorado and New Mexico. Published by the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, pp. Cited by: 1. Liknopetalon: a review of a rare Gondwanan, Permian pteridophyte. Review of Palaeobotany and PalynologyLe Blanc Smith, G.
& Mory, A.J., Geology and Permian coal resources of the Irwin Terrace,Perth Basin, Western Australia: Western Australia Geological Survey Rep McLoughlin, S.
Education Read about the fantastic geology of Western Australia, including fossils, meteorite impacts, earthquakes, and geotourism localities.
More Premium GSWA publications GSWA’s premium publications highlight the geology of specific parts of the State. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Le Blanc Smith, G., Geology and Permian coal resources of the Irwin Terrace, Perth Basin, Western Australia.
Surface subsidence resulting from “total extraction” of coal in the Collie Basin first occured in when Western Collieries Ltd trialled the Wongawilli mining method. Because very little quantitative subsidence data existed for the weak, Permian sediments, a research program was set up prior to the extraction of the first panel.
The objective of the. The Collie Basin consists of two sub-basins as shown in figure 2 which is reproduced from a report on the groundwater resources of the basin.
2. The Collie Basin is 20 km long and about 10 km wide with a maximum thickness of km. The Permian strata are confined within downfaulted blocks underneath a veneer of Cretaceous sediments.Collie is the only developed coalfield in Western Australia and at the present time coal is being produced from six '' collf eries and two open-cuts.
In production amounted totons, which represented 80 per cent. of the total coal consumed in Western Australia, including coal .Palynological assemblages of the lower Karoo Morupule Main Seam of Botswana are similar to those of the Striatopodocarpites fusus Biozone of the Collie Basin, Western Australia and the 3a Microfloral Biozone of the northern Karoo Basin, South Africa.
This indicates an Aktastinian (Early Permian) age for the strata of by: