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Published by Office of the Geological Survey of India in Calcutta .
Written in English

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  • India.

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  • Coal mines and mining -- India.

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Statementby Cyril S. Fox (with plates 1 to 14)
SeriesIndia. Geological Survey. Memoirs,, vol. 59
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE295 .A4 vol. 59
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 386, xlix p. incl. tables (part fold.)
Number of Pages386
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL253330M
LC Control Numbergs 34000166
OCLC/WorldCa12202775

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Economic Importance of Gondwana Rocks: 1. Coal: Gondwana rocks, particularly the Lower Gondwanas are considered the storehouse of coal for India. These rocks contain extensive reserves spread in numerous seams distributed vertically and laterally at many places in Bihar, Jharkhand, Bengal, Orissa and Madhya Pradesh.   Gondwana coal forms India’s metallurgical grade as well as superior quality coal. The Damuda series (i.e. Lower Gondwana) possesses the best worked coalfields accounting for 80 per cent of the total coal production in India. 80 out of Indian coalfields are located in the rock systems of the Damuda series [lower Gondwana Age]. Gondwana is a region of India, named after the Gondi people who live there (though they can also be found in other parts of India). The name of the ancient continent of Gondwanaland was derived from Gondwana, because some of the earliest rock formations of this continent were first investigated in part of the region, in modern Odisha.. As Gondi people are spread widely across central India. Nearly 95% of india's coal is from the Gondwana formation (which is in the Satpuras) and is found in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. Tertiary variety is found in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, and Jammu and Kashmir, Lingite reserves occur in Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan and.

Before heading towards the list of important coalfields in India, let us understand the categories in which these fields are divided. The Gondwana Coalfields-Gondwana coal makes up to 98% of the total coal reserves in India and 99% of the coal production in India. Gondwana coal is free from moisture and contains phosphorus and sulphur.   ContentsList of Gondwana CoalfieldsWest BengalBiharMadhya PradeshMaharashtraOdishaAndhra Pradesh / TelanganaUttar PradeshAssamSikkimList of Tertiary Coal Fields List of G. GK, General Studies, Optional notes for UPSC, IAS, Banking, Civil Services. Chemical Composition of the Lower Gondwana Coals, Ib-Valley Coalfield, Odisha, India Alokranjan Senapaty, P. Behera Post Graduate Department of Geology, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India Email: [email protected], @ Received 3 May ; accepted 27 June ; published 30 June 7. Jaintia and Disang Group 8. Longpar and Mahadek Formation, 9. Lower Gondwana System Metamorphic and Igneous rocks Granite Serpentine intrusion, Basalt, Salt springs Line of demarcation between high and low intensity foldings, Faults, Coalfields.