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The wide, shallow seas of the Carboniferous Period provided ideal conditions for coal formation, although coal is known from most ...

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Coal is a non-renewable energy source because it takes millions of years to form. ... When these giant plants and ferns died, they formed layers at the bottom of ...

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The environments or conditions under which these coals were formed: anthracite coal, bituminous coal, lignite? Coal formed millions of years ago when the ...

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Coal is a natural dark brown-to-black solid used as a fuel formed from fossilized plants. Coal can be ignited and burned to produce energy in the form of heat.

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Jan 15, 2016 ... Most coal formed approximately 300 million years ago, from the remains of trees and other vegetation. These remains were trapped on the ...

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Apr 1, 2013 ... To extract coal, it needs to be dug out. Coal is usually found in layers, or seams underground. Learn more about where do we get coal and how ...

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Like oil and natural gas, coal is a fossil fuel. It started forming over 350 million years ago, through the transformation of organic plant matter.

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In this video, a geologist describes how coal, a sedimentary rock, was formed when organic materials piled up in swamps millions of years ago. Over time, heat  ...

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Feb 12, 2013 ... In fact, most of the fossil fuels we find today were formed millions of years ... Coal formed from the dead remains of trees, ferns and other plants ...

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Coal Formation. Introduction Coal formation begins when thin layers of silt covers plant material that died and fell into a swamp or bog. Each year new layers of ...