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Geolines Volume 22 - Coverpage

 

The volume of Geolines 22 contains reviewed papers describing results of research which were presented during the 11th Coal Geology Conference held in Prague from 26 to 30 May 2008. The international conference was organized by the Faculty of Science, Charles University, in co-operation and with finantial support of the Ministry of Environment of the Czech Republic, Severočeské doly, a. s., Sokolovská uhelná, právní nástupce, a. s., Vynálezy, s. r. o., Nikon, s. r. o., the Czech Geological Survey, Institute of Geology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and Institute of Geonics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Coal Geology Conferences have been taken place at the Faculty of Science every three or four years since 1972. They followed up with coal geology seminars those have been organized since January 1968.

Two paralel technical sessions were held on 27–29 May with exception of the first day morning. Post-conference field trip to the Sokolov and Cheb Tertiary basins was accomplished. The conference was attended by about 70 geologists from Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Peoples Republic of China, Egypt, the Nederlands, Poland, Romania, Slovak Republic, Ukraine and United Kingdom. Altogether 39 papers and 13 posters were presented at the conference. Following problems were preferably described: regional and coal geology, coal petrology and chemical-technological properties of coal, exploration and utulization of coal, trace elements in environmental impact of mining and combustion of coal, database of coal seams and the computer maps construction. Forteen of them are published in this volume (shortened foreword of Jiří Pešek –chairman of conference).

G22-01

The Contribution of Radical Reactions During Thermal Processing of Low-Quality Coals
Pages 9-14
Ludmila BUTUZOVA, Sergej ROZHKOV, Ruslan MAKOVSKYI, Natalya ROZHKOVA and Genadij BUTUZOV

G22-02

The Pathways for Thermal Decomposition of Coals with High Content of Sulphur and Oxygen
Pages 15-19
Ludmila BUTUZOVA, Vladimir SAFIN, Stefan MARINOV, Natalia YANEVA, Oksana TURCHANINA and Genadij BUTUZOV

G22-03

Geostatistical Simulation under Orthogonal Transformed Indicator Model
Pages 20-24
Türkan CENGIZ and Erhan A. TERCAN

G22-04

New Knowledge of the Development of the Petřkovice Member in the South of the Czech Part of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin
(Czech Republic)
Pages 25-31
Lada HÝLOVÁ, Jana KANDARACHEVOVÁ, Jakub JIRÁSEK and Martin SIVEK

G22-05

Study of Tectonic Pattern of the Dubňany Seam in the Czech Part of the Vienna Basin
Pages 32-39
Jan JELÍNEK, Josef HONĚK, František STANĚK and Kerstn HOŇKOVÁ

G22-06

Determination of Microhardness and Elastic Modulus of Coal Components by Using Indentation Method
Pages 40-43
Alena KOŽUŠNÍKOVÁ

G22-07

Petrological and Environmental Geochemical Studies on the Abandoned Maghara Coal Mine
Pages 44-51
Ahmed MELEGY and Salmon SALMAN

G22-08

Factors Influecing the Amount of CO2 Sorbed on Coal
Pages 52-57
Oldřich PŘIBYL, Zuzana WEISHAUPTOVÁ and František KOLÁŘ

G22-09

Bituminous Coals Thermodestruction by the Thermofiltration Method
Pages 58-61
Vladimir SAFIN, Ludmila BUTUZOVA, Stefan MARINOV and Natalia YANEVA

G22-10

Combination of Derivatograhy and Pyrolysis Methods for Prediction of Quantitative Characteristics of Carbon-Containing Materials
Pages 62-68
Vladimir N. SHEVKOPLYAS, Ludmila F. BUTUZOVA and Sergey N. LYASCHUK

G22-11

Aluminium Complexes in Coal and their Thermal Stability
Pages 69-72
Pavel STRAKA and Jana NÁHUNKOVÁ

G22-12

Depositional Environment and Coal Petrology of Afsin-Elbistan Coals, Turkey
Pages 73-86
Emine SÜTÇÜ and Ali Ihsan KARAYIGIT

G22-13

Mineral Matter and Trace Elements in the Vulche Pole Coal, Bulgaria
Pages 87-94
Mariana YOSSIFOVA, Catherine LEROUGE and Yves DESCHAMPS

G22-14

Inorganic Chemical Chracterization of the Bitola, Oslomej, and Berovo Coals and their Waste Products from Burning, FYROM
Pages 95-102
Mariana YOSSIFOVA, Catherine LEROUGE, Yves DESCHAMPS, Todor SERAFIMOVSKI and Goran TASEV

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