Coal, electricity, and gas transportation systems in Indiana - an update
by Drobniak, Agnieszka, Mastalerz, Maria, Shaffer, K.R. (Author) |
Drobniak, Agnieszka, Mastalerz, Maria, Shaffer, K.R., 2009, Coal, electricity, and gas transportation systems in Indiana - an update: Indiana Geological Survey Open-File Study 09-06
Notes: Map scales:1:500,000 and 1:325,000
This poster is composed of two maps. The first map shows transmission lines and natural gas pipelines in Indiana, including their capacities. In addition, coal-burning electric power plants and their capacity ranges are shown. The second map shows surface and underground coal mines, both active and abandoned, on a background of the bedrock systems in Indiana. Accompanying tables list active coal mines and existing power plants. This map is the updated version of IGS Open-File Study 06-03. A 2012 update of this map is available (Open-File Study 12-01).
Coal, electricity, and gas transportation systems in Indiana
Coal, electricity, and gas transportation systems in Indiana - update 2012
Keywords: wall map, coal, electricity, gas, transmission, power, fuel, pipelines, power plant, mines, coal mine
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