Greb, S. F.; Anderson, W. H.
May 2007
Mining Engineering;May2007, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p89
Academic Journal
The article offers a look at the operation and performance of the mineral industry in Kentucky in 2006. It presents statistics on coal and other mineral production in the state. It highlights the issues encountered by the industry, including mine safety and mining accidents. It also mentions the clean coal and energy research conducted by the University of Kentucky.


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