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BORAL BRICKS PLANTS 5 AND 6 BESSEMER, ALABAMA MINING AND PROCESSING

Robert S. Fousek, Ralph (Jay) F. Freeman

Alabama Geological Society

..., GA 3190 INTRODUCTION Bora! Bricks operates two brick plants in Jefferson County, Alabama, plants 5 and 6 (fig. 1). These plants utilize material...

2002

Memorial: John E. (Brick) Elliott (1887-1980)

Ira H. Cram

AAPG Non-Technical and Memorials

...Memorial: John E. (Brick) Elliott (1887-1980) Ira H. Cram Menmiflmalls John E. (Brick) Elliott, independent oil man and inventor-manufacturer...

1981

The Pit and Plant of the A. P. Green Fire Brick Company: Mexico, Missouri

R. S. Bradley, B. K. Miller, O. H. Read, W. D. Keller

Kansas Geological Society

...The Pit and Plant of the A. P. Green Fire Brick Company: Mexico, Missouri R. S. Bradley, B. K. Miller, O. H. Read, W. D. Keller 1941 97 98 The fire...

1941

The Potential Reuse of Oily Sludges as Additive Material in Brick for Building Construction

Wisnu Harmanto, Kurdiyono, Ardian Nengkoda, Sahat Hutahaean

Indonesian Petroleum Association

...The Potential Reuse of Oily Sludges as Additive Material in Brick for Building Construction Wisnu Harmanto, Kurdiyono, Ardian Nengkoda, Sahat...

2005

Subsurface Geology of the Alabukin I Fold (Nanay Depression) (Based on Structural and Exploration Drilling)

A. K. Tsekhmeystryuk

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

...; 3-drilled structural-exploration wells; 4-upper Baktriy sediments; 5-lower Baktriy sediments; 6 - rose-colored formation of the Massaget stage; 7 - brick...

1977

An Occurrence of "Brick Pattern" Oscillatory Ripple Marks at Mono Lake, California

Paul D. Komar

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...An Occurrence of "Brick Pattern" Oscillatory Ripple Marks at Mono Lake, California Paul D. Komar 1973 Vol. 43 No. 4. (December), An occurrence...

1973

Historical Natural Shoreline Determination from Soil Borings and Sediment Analysis in Biloxi, Mississippi

Stephen M. Oivanki

GCAGS Transactions

... composite map is shown in Figure 2. A historic residence (the Old Brick House) is located in the center of the study area, and is believed to have...

1997

Abstract: Scientific application on bricks from Sungai Batu monuments

Ratnah Wati Mohd Rapi, Ahmad Fadly Jusoh, Mokhtar Saidin

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

..., jetties and administration buildings. Monuments showed an evidence of floor, stair, wall and corridor structures that are entirely built from brick...

2018

Economic Geology and Environmental Aspects of Clay and Shale Products of the Tulsa Area

James E. O'Brien

Tulsa Geological Society

... particles are those particles which are less than 1/256 millimeter. Practically all clay material used in the Tulsa area is pulverized shale. Brick and Tile...

1972

Vick Formation of Pre-Tuscaloosa Age of Alabama Coastal Plain: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

Louis C. Conant

AAPG Bulletin

... of the Tuscaloosa group, the writer found several outcrops of semi-indurated sandstone and mottled brick-red and gray sandy clay unlike and apparently...

1946

A Review of Pennsylvanian Clay Mineral Industries, North Central Texas

L. F. Brown, Jr.

North Texas Geological Society

... of products. Future demand for ceramic products is bright, not only for basic brick and tiles but for many new uses in which properties such as heat...

1958

Guide Book, 17th Annual SGS Field Trip, Cretaceous of Austin, Texas area - ROAD LOGS

Roy T. Hazzard - Field Trip Comm. Chair

Shreveport Geological Society

... SECRETARY-T REASURER FIELD TRIP COMMITTEE I ROY T. HAZZARD -CHAIRMAN DAN E. FERAY FRANK E. LO ZO J.D. NUNNALLY JOHN E. (BRICK) ELLIOTT R. M. WILSON...

1949

Bryan Field: Jones and Jasper Counties, Mississippi

David C. Davis, Ernest H. Lambert, Jr.

Mississippi Geological Society

... calcareous. Rapid lateral and vertical gradations into a brick red, fine grained, micaceous, ashy sand have been noted in the field. Rodessa shales...

1963

The Case for a Continuous Heart Mountain Allochthon: Abstract

Thomas A. Hauge

Wyoming Geological Association

...: random dash = Precambrian basement; dash = Cambrian shale; brick = Ordovician to Mississippian sedimentary rocks, largely carbonate; dot-dash = late...

1990

Paleopedology and Stable-Isotope Geochemistry of Late Triassic (Carnian-Norian) Paleosols, Durham Sub-Basin, North Carolina, U.S.A.: Implications for Paleoclimate and Paleoatmospheric PCO2

Steven G. Driese, Claudia I. Mora

Special Publications of SEPM

... of mineable brick clay in the Durham sub GEOLOGIC SETTING basin and low grade coal deposits were once mined extensively in the Cumnock Formation...

2002

ABSTRACT: MIDDLE DEVONIAN ELK POINT GROUP AND DAWSON BAY FORMATION, CENTRAL SASKATCHEWAN

DR. RALPH W. EDIE

Williston Basin Symposium

... by the Dawson Bay formation (100 to 200 feet thick). The Ashern, a 20-foot brick red shale unit, rests uncom-formably on the Silurian Interlake...

1958

Central and Northeastern Missouri and Adjoining Area in Illinois: Guidebook, 15th Annual Field Conference

E. B. Branson, H. A. Buehler, M. M. Leighton, Henry S. McQueen, J. Marvin Weller

Kansas Geological Society

... in Salem Pool, Illinois 95 The Pit and Plant of the A. P. Green Fire Brick Co 97 The Lincoln Fold in Northeast Missouri, by McQueen, Hinchey, and Aid...

1941

Ceramic Red Clay Near Henefer, Utah

Bronson Stringham, Harold P. Cahoon

Utah Geological Association

... chiefly for brick making by the Interstate Brick Co. and the Utah Fire Clay Co. The clay is mined for both companies by Mr. Charles Anderton...

1959

Abstract: Preliminary Studies of Price, Composition, Type and Index Properties of Common Construction Bricks from Selangor and Federal Territory

Aw Peck Chin, Tan Yee Nuo

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... TERRITORY AW P.ECK CHIN 8& TAN YEE NUO, Geological Survey of Malaysia More than 260 million bricks were produced from 63 brickworks in 1979. The brick...

1981

Abstract: Sediment Transport and Progradation in the Atchafalaya-Wax Lake Outlet-Chenier Plain Sedimentary System, Southwest Louisiana

Oscar K. Huh , Harry H. Roberts , Lawrence J. Rouse, Jr. , Douglas A. Rickman

GCAGS Transactions

... are forming brick sized mud-crack polyhedrons. This fine to coarse sediment transformation results in armouring of the coast with cobble size sediment...

1989

Abstract: Lithostratigraphy and sediment failure on the central Scotian Slope

Billie-Jo L. Gauley, David J. W. Piper

Atlantic Geology

... shells and use of ice rafting events (brick red mud and Heinrich layers) of well-documented ages. Within the study area, failed sediment occurs...

2001

Abstract: Arid Continental Sand Bodies and Stratal Geometries in the Haynesville Formation as Interpreted from Coherency Processing of a 3-D Seismic Data Cube, Monroe County, Alabama

Lawrence R. Baria

GCAGS Transactions

... Jurassic targets in the 8,000 to 10,000 foot depth range. The survey was acquired using deep hole (125) pentalite with a "triple-brick" 110110 bin...

2001

A Method of Displaying Sedimentary Structures in Micritic Limestones

Tove G. Bockelie

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... idea of the structures in the limestone can be obtained if an orientated block is sawn into a brick and polished on each side. All six sides...

1973

Stromatolitic Microfabric: Petrographic Model: ABSTRACT

J. A. E. B. Hubbard

AAPG Bulletin

...); (2) wispy laminations (0.5-1.0 mm thick); (3) grumous aggregates with knobby surfaces; (4) mixed calcite and dolomite "brick-and-mortar" texture; (5...

1972

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