Naturally burning coal fires and those ignited by human activities receive little attention from the media compared to other environmental hazards, but their study is gaining ground. Here, the world's leading experts present their research findings covering topics such as the gases generated in underground coal fires, the origin of gas-vent minerals and land-cover changes due to coal fires.... Genske, D.D., 2000, Mining subsidence and its effect on the environment: Some differing examples: Environmental Geology, v. ... Cassells, C.J.S., 1998, Thermal Modeling of Underground Coal Fires in Northern China: The Netherlands, International Institute for ... F.P., and DeWitt, D.P., eds., Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer (5th edition): New York: John Wiley and Sons, p. ... INTRODUCTION Different land-cover types have different spectral reflectance characteristics over.
|Title||:||Geology of Coal Fires|
|Author||:||Glenn B. Stracher|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of America - 2007-01-01|