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Uranium Content of Chattanooga Shale in East-Central Tennessee and Southern Kentucky
From abstract: Uranium assays of all the samples collected by the Geological Survey from the Chattanooga shale in east-central Tennessee and southern Kentucky from 1947 to 1949 are assembled here, and conclusions are drawn concerning the distribution of the uranium. The 1108 assays from 80 localities provide reasonably reliable information on the stratigraphic and regional variations of the uranium content.
Radioactivity of Asphaltites, Coals, and Shales in Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania
Report discussing the U.S. Geological Survey's investigation of the radioactivity measurements of asphalltites, coals and shales found in Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
Reconnaissance Search in Parts of Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Virginia, and Ohio for Areas Where Uraniferous Black Shale May Be Mined by Stripping
Report discussing the U.S. Geological Survey's investigation aimed at finding a location with an abundance of black shale, and determining the amount of uranium in the shale.
Trace Elements Reconnaissance in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, and Kentucky
Report discussing examination of various trace elements by the U.S. Geological Survey in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, and Kentucky during October and November, 1946.
Radioactivity of Coal and Associated Rock in the Coal Fields of Eastern Kentucky
Report discussing radioactivity measurements of samples of coal and associated rock that were collected during a reconnaissance study in the coal fields of eastern Kentucky, as well as Logan and Mingo counties, West Virginia.
Radioactivity of Coal and Associated Rock in the Coal Fields of Eastern Kentucky and Southern West Virginia
The following report covers a reconnaissance study that was made of radioactivity of coal and associated rock in the coal fields of eastern Kentucky and Logan Mingo counties, W. Va. Samples of coal, carbonaceous shale, marine shale, flint clay, and dike rock were discovered and radioactivity within these samples were measured.