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diversity of jharia coal mines. diversity of jharia coal mines. Aug 15 2019 Formation water of Jharia coal bed methane reservoir showed presence of methanogens microbial diversity from different coal or CBM reservoirs at different geographical location with varied temperature conditions has been explored Hydrogenophaga was the predominant genus found in abandoned coal mines and is capable of ...

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Evaluating indigenous diversity and its potential for ...

Aug 15, 2019  The Coal petrographic analysis of collected coal samples from Jharia coalfield showed the value of vitrinite ranges from 32.04% to 74.90%, semi-vitrinite ranges from 0.60% to 4.10%, inertinite ranges from 15.02% to 51.40%, liptinite ranges from 0.02% to 10.40%, mineral matter ranges from 4.6% to 23.00% and vitrinite reflectance ranges from 1.23 ...

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Understanding the Jharia’s Coal Seam Fire – MINeD

Jul 10, 2020  Facts of Jharia Coal Seam. Mining of coal in jharia started in 1894. First fire reported in 1916, reason was unknown. Poor mining methods used are the main cause. After nationalization of coal in 1971, 70 locations of fires were discovered. Jharia coal fields are the only source of coking coal in india and spread over an area of 450 km2

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Jharia coalfield - Wikipedia

Coal field. The coal field lies in the Damodar River Valley, and covers about 110 square miles (280 square km), and produces bituminous coal suitable for coke. Most of India's coal comes from Jharia. Jharia coal mines are India's most important storehouse of prime coke coal used in blast furnaces, it consists of 23 large underground and nine large open cast mines.

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[email protected]: Impact of Open Cast Coal Mining on ...

Jharia is the richest coal bearing area in India. As most of the coal production in India comes from open cast mines hence, open cast mining is causing more damages to our surroundings. Open cast mining activities are responsible for the displacements of large amount of overburden dump materials and excavation of upper layer of the soil.

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Unveiling the Biodiversity of Hyperthermophilic Archaea in ...

Background: The microbial methanogenesis in the coal microbiome is a resultant of substrate utilization by primarily fermentative bacteria and methanogens. The present work reveals the biodiversity of archaeal sulfate reducers and methanogens present in the underground coal mines of Jharia using metagenomics and pyrosequencing.

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JHARIA COAL MINE FIRE AND ITS IMPACT Abhishek Das1

Jharia Coal Mine Fire Jharia saw its dawn of mining in the year of 1894 and the first fire broke out at Bhowrah in 1916 and has been active since then. Coal fire refers to a burning or smoldering coal seam, coal storage pill or coal waste pile (Kuenzer, Zhang,Tetzlaff, van Dijik, Voigt, Mehl, Wagner, 2007).

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Jharia Coal Latest Research Papers ScienceGate

Unveiling the Biodiversity of Hyperthermophilic Archaea in Jharia Coal Mines: Potential Threat to Methanogenesis? Current Genomics 10.2174/1389202921999200605151722

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Jharia Coalfield Fire, India EJAtlas

Jun 24, 2014  The Jharia coalfield in Jharkhand is an exclusive storehouse of prime coke coal in India. The Jharia mines were opened for coal mining in 1896. The underground fire was detected for the first time in 1916. It started spreading during the 1970s [1]. At present, more than 70 mine

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How Coal Mining in Jharia is Causing Human and ...

Jharia coal mine is spread across an area of 450 square kilometres with nearly 5 lakh lives depending on the region. Fire continues to devour beneath the earth at 67 different areas. In many places, coal continues to burn at temperatures up to 700 degrees Celsius, a few metres below the earth’s surface, defying all human efforts to extinguish it.

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Jharia’s century-old fire kept ablaze by crime and politics

Institute, Dhanbad). Mining in Jharia started in 1894 and the first coal mine fire was reported in 1916. By 1972, there were about 70 active fires spread over 17 km 2, affecting half of Jharia’s 90 mines/collieries. Landslides and subsidence are common, covering about 35 km 2 in this coalfield alone.

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The coalfields of Jharia in India belch poison for locals ...

Oct 04, 2019  More than a century of underground coal mining in Jharia in eastern India has left the land hollow, and houses and other overground structures collapsing due to

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Evaluating indigenous diversity and its potential for ...

Aug 15, 2019  The Coal petrographic analysis of collected coal samples from Jharia coalfield showed the value of vitrinite ranges from 32.04% to 74.90%, semi-vitrinite ranges from 0.60% to 4.10%, inertinite ranges from 15.02% to 51.40%, liptinite ranges from 0.02% to 10.40%, mineral matter ranges from 4.6% to 23.00% and vitrinite reflectance ranges from 1.23 ...

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Boyd’s Diversity Index of Ponds in Coal Mining City ...

Boyd’s Diversity Index of Ponds in Coal Mining City Dhanbad, Jharkhand, India ... Jharia is located at 23̊ 44′ 37″ N and 86̊ 24′ 55″ E. (j) Dhaiya is located at 23̊ 49′ 14″ N and 86̊ 25′ 59″ E. The selection of different ponds in coal mining city Dhanbad is selected on the basis of its maximum utilization ...

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Measurement for Diversity Indices of Algal Community in ...

Sannon diversity index, Algae, Coal mining area I. INTRODUCTION Dhanbad is famous for coal mining in India, surrounded ... Jharia is located at 23̊ 44′ 37″ N and 86̊ 24′ 55″ E. (j) Dhaiya is located at 23̊ 49′ 14″ N and 86̊ 25′ 59″ E. B. Estimation of Algae

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Unveiling the Biodiversity of Hyperthermophilic Archaea in ...

Request PDF Unveiling the Biodiversity of Hyperthermophilic Archaea in Jharia Coal Mines: Potential Threat to Methanogenesis? Aim To examine the biodiversity of archaeal sulfate reducers and ...

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Jharia coal mine - Global Energy Monitor

Sep 23, 2021  Jharia coal mine. From Global Energy Monitor. Jump to: navigation. , search. This article is part of the CoalSwarm coverage of India and coal. The Jharia coal mine is a captive underground mine, operated by Tata Steel, producing 1.1 million tonnes per annum, for its steel plants, in West Bokaro coalfield in Jharkhand state, India.

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Environmental Consequences of a Burning Coal Mine : A Case ...

Coal fires are an ever-present problem in coal-mines, the world over. In the Jharia coalfield (JCF), it is a well-known fact that subsurface fires, are burning the energy resources, impacting the environment negatively and and rendering mining of coal hazardous. Taking a note of this grave condition,

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Inside The Coal Mines of Jharia – sbcltr

An underground fire has been burning inside these coal mines in Jharia for the last one hundred years. The symbol of Indian bureaucracy, the iconic white ambassador car waits inside one of the coal mines in Jharia. Whenever the coal thieves see this car coming they run away from the mines.

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Burning for over 100 years, Jharkhand’s underground fire ...

Jun 08, 2017  Jharia coal mine is spread across an area of 450 sqkm with nearly 5 lakh lives depending on the region. At Jharia and nearby regions, fire continues to

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(PDF) Coal Mining and Indigenous Communities: А Case Study ...

Traditionally, coal production in Raniganj and Jharia coalfield was mostly done from underground mines though the scenario have been changed significantly in favour of opencast mining after ...

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Jharia Coalfield Fire, India EJAtlas

Jun 24, 2014  The Jharia coalfield in Jharkhand is an exclusive storehouse of prime coke coal in India. The Jharia mines were opened for coal mining in 1896. The underground fire was detected for the first time in 1916. It started spreading during the 1970s [1]. At present, more than 70 mine

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Phytosociology and Floristic composition of mining area of ...

Phytosociology and Floristic composition of mining area of Lodna Coal Mines of Jharia, Jharkhand Pratima Kumari1 and Rakesh Kumar Goel2 1. Research Scholar, P.G. Department of Botany, Magadh University, Bodh Gaya, Bihar-824234 ... It is another noteworthy change in herb diversity because of coal mining. So far as the shrubs are concerned, one ...

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The Coal Fires of Jharia Amusing Planet

Oct 18, 2014  Jharia’s fires were first detected in 1916, and were caused primarily because of improperly decommissioned abandoned mines. Since then, a huge subterranean fire and more than 70 above ground fires have consumed about 41 million tons of coking coal, worth billions of dollars, not to mention the huge amount of greenhouse gases released to the air.

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Evaluating indigenous diversity and its potential for ...

Aug 15, 2019  The Coal petrographic analysis of collected coal samples from Jharia coalfield showed the value of vitrinite ranges from 32.04% to 74.90%, semi-vitrinite ranges from 0.60% to 4.10%, inertinite ranges from 15.02% to 51.40%, liptinite ranges from 0.02% to 10.40%, mineral matter ranges from 4.6% to 23.00% and vitrinite reflectance ranges from 1.23 ...

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Boyd’s Diversity Index of Ponds in Coal Mining City ...

Boyd’s Diversity Index of Ponds in Coal Mining City Dhanbad, Jharkhand, India ... Jharia is located at 23̊ 44′ 37″ N and 86̊ 24′ 55″ E. (j) Dhaiya is located at 23̊ 49′ 14″ N and 86̊ 25′ 59″ E. The selection of different ponds in coal mining city Dhanbad is selected on the basis of its maximum utilization ...

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Phytosociology and Floristic composition of mining area of ...

Phytosociology and Floristic composition of mining area of Lodna Coal Mines of Jharia, Jharkhand Pratima Kumari1 and Rakesh Kumar Goel2 1. Research Scholar, P.G. Department of Botany, Magadh University, Bodh Gaya, Bihar-824234 ... It is another noteworthy change in herb diversity because of coal mining. So far as the shrubs are concerned, one ...

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Unveiling the Biodiversity of Hyperthermophilic Archaea in ...

Request PDF Unveiling the Biodiversity of Hyperthermophilic Archaea in Jharia Coal Mines: Potential Threat to Methanogenesis? Aim To examine the biodiversity of archaeal sulfate reducers and ...

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Jharia India Britannica

Jharia, also spelled Jherria, coalfield and former town, northern Jharkhand state, eastern India.The coalfield lies in the Damodar River valley and covers about 110 square miles (280 square km). The bituminous coal produced there is suitable for coke (most of India’s coal comes from the Jharia and Raniganj fields in the valley).. Coal mining began in Jharia in 1894, and there are now more ...

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Life In The Jharia Coalmines Area At India Editorial ...

Life In The Jharia Coalmines Area At India Editorial Photography - Image of asia, slum: 16760977. ... BEHULA DEVI 59 years old suffering from heart disease-living in a slum area of Jharia.She make a living by picking coal illegally from the mines to sell at local markets. ... Diversity. Child poverty. Life in the Jharia coalmines area at India.

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Unorganized Laborers in Dhanbad Jharia Coal Mines

Unorganized Laborers in Dhanbad –Jharia Coal Mines 1Shaswati Mukherjee, 2Dr (Prof).S. N. Choudhuri (RD) 1Department of Economics, CMJ University, India. 2AryaBhatta Institute of Engineering and Management Durgapur, India. Abstract: Coal sector is a giant and huge sector in India’s economy which employs thousands and thousands

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Business‐community engagement: A case of mining company in ...

Jun 30, 2019  The five phases of the project were implemented over a period of three years (2015–2018) in Jharia Coal mines by a public sector mining company in India. The critical enablers and constraints at different phases of the project implementation have been identified. Based on our study, we propose a novel framework for business-community ...

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Assessing the environmental impacts of coal mining using ...

Assessing the environmental impacts of coal mining using analytical hierarchy process: A case study of Jharia coal-field, India . VARINDER SAINI1, R P GUPTA1, M K ARORA2. 1Department of Earth Sciences, 2Department of Civil Engineering (Presently: Director, PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh, INDIA)

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ENVIS Centre on Environmental Problems of Mining

Apr 09, 2021  Evaluation of mine water and development of suitable techniques for ascertaining its suitability for proper management in Western Part of Jharia Coal Mining Region, Jharkhand. Completed (Feb 2017) Lata Dora (2010DR0119) Prof. S.K. Maiti Prof. Anshumali: Study of Phytoplankton Community as a Bio-indicator for Water Pollution in Damodar River ...

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Exploratory Study of Archaebacteria and their Habitat in ...

May 25, 2018  Coal contains abundant microbial genera which include archaebacteria. The study of archaea kingdom in coal mines is a significant tool for knowing the relationship between coal and archaebacteria, the major role in geochemical cycle and application for further coal bio–beneficiation. The present study related to exploration of archaebacteria and their habitat in coal mining area of

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Health care challenge in coal mines community

The present paper depicts salient features of environment and living conditions with the comparison of various diseases prevalent among underground coal miners, surface workers, asbestos mine workers and general population of Jharia-Dhanbad coalfield as conducted by CMRS during the past few years. T

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