Stratigraphy and Structure of the Corbin Coalfield, British Columbia

CIM Bulletin1931
THE Corbin coalfield is one of the smallest, and at the same time one of the principal, producing bituminous-coal areas in southeastern British Columbia, and is unique on account of the great original thickness of one of its coal seams and the remarkable concentration of coal in a small area that has occurred through intense folding and faulting of the measures.
Keywords: anticline, boulder clay, Central Coal, Rocky mountains, syncline, Coal, Coal Mountain, Corbin, Fault, Faults, formation, Maps, Mine, Mines
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