Grants and Contracts Details
The Coal Availability Program is a multi-state investigation of coal resources. The program objectives are: 1) to identify regulatory and technological restrictions to mining in the coal basins of the United States, 2) to measure the degree to which these restrictions and depleted reserves have affected the availability of coal for selected 7.5- minute quadrangles, and 3) to apply these results to National Coal Assessment regional assessments. This proposal contains work plans for applying the results of past 7.5-minute and regional studies to additional regional coal availability assessments.
|Effective start/end date||8/1/03 → 7/31/04|
- US Geological Survey: $35,000.00
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