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The Character of Five Selected LANDSAT Lineaments in Southwestern Pennsylvania; Bureau of Mines Report of Investigations -1987 RI 9104
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    1/1/1987
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The Character of Five Selected LANDSAT Lineaments in Southwestern Pennsylvania; Bureau of Mines Report of Investigations -1987 RI 9104
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    Five LANDSAT lineaments in the coal mining region of southwestern Pennsylvania were investigated by the Bureau of Mines to determine their geologic character, relation to subsurface conditions, and the means of discriminating one from another. The investigation included earth resistivity and very low frequency (VLF) electromagnetic traverses, soil moisture sampling, and a correlation with coal mine roof conditions. The lineaments could not be detected by the methods used, suggesting that they might be a surface phenomenon unrelated to subsurface geologic structures or roof stability in coal mine workings beneath.

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