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Agnieszka Drobniak
Agnieszka Drobniak
University of Silesia in Katowice
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Porosity of Devonian and Mississippian New Albany Shale across a maturation gradient: Insights from organic petrology, gas adsorption, and mercury intrusion
M Mastalerz, A Schimmelmann, A Drobniak, Y Chen
AAPG bulletin 97 (10), 1621-1643, 2013
9342013
Geochemical constraints on the origin and volume of gas in the New Albany Shale (Devonian–Mississippian), eastern Illinois Basin
D Strapoc, M Mastalerz, A Schimmelmann, A Drobniak, NR Hasenmueller
AAPG bulletin 94 (11), 1713-1740, 2010
3832010
Origin, properties, and implications of solid bitumen in source-rock reservoirs: A review
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak, AB Stankiewicz
International Journal of Coal Geology 195, 14-36, 2018
3302018
Variations in pore characteristics in high volatile bituminous coals: Implications for coal bed gas content
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak, D Strąpoć, WS Acosta, J Rupp
International Journal of Coal Geology 76 (3), 205-216, 2008
2262008
Significance of analytical particle size in low-pressure N2 and CO2 adsorption of coal and shale
M Mastalerz, LB Hampton, A Drobniak, H Loope
International Journal of Coal Geology 178, 122-131, 2017
1542017
Changes in optical properties, chemistry, and micropore and mesopore characteristics of bituminous coal at the contact with dikes in the Illinois Basin
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak, A Schimmelmann
International Journal of Coal Geology 77 (3-4), 310-319, 2009
1422009
Influence of CO2 on New Albany Shale composition and pore structure
R Lahann, M Mastalerz, JA Rupp, A Drobniak
International Journal of Coal Geology 108, 2-9, 2013
1292013
Meso- and Micropore Characteristics of Coal Lithotypes: Implications for CO2 Adsorption
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak, J Rupp
Energy & Fuels 22 (6), 4049-4061, 2008
1232008
Variability of geochemical properties in a microbially dominated coalbed gas system from the eastern margin of the Illinois Basin, USA
D Strąpoć, M Mastalerz, A Schimmelmann, A Drobniak, S Hedges
International Journal of Coal Geology 76 (1-2), 98-110, 2008
1022008
Influence of maceral composition on geochemical characteristics of immature shale kerogen: Insight from density fraction analysis
M Mastalerz, A Schimmelmann, GP Lis, A Drobniak, A Stankiewicz
International Journal of Coal Geology 103, 60-69, 2012
822012
From in-situ coal to fly ash: a study of coal mines and power plants from Indiana
M Mastalerz, JC Hower, A Drobniak, SM Mardon, G Lis
International Journal of Coal Geology 59 (3-4), 171-192, 2004
802004
Coalbed methane: Reserves, production, and future outlook
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak
Future energy, 97-109, 2020
792020
Natural seepage of shale gas and the origin of “eternal flames” in the Northern Appalachian Basin, USA
G Etiope, A Drobniak, A Schimmelmann
Marine and petroleum geology 43, 178-186, 2013
752013
Chemical evolution of Miocene wood: Example from the Belchatow brown coal deposit, central Poland
A Drobniak, M Mastalerz
International Journal of Coal Geology 66 (3), 157-178, 2006
722006
Effects of coal storage in air on physical and chemical properties of coal and on gas adsorption
M Mastalerz, W Solano-Acosta, A Schimmelmann, A Drobniak
International Journal of Coal Geology 79 (4), 167-174, 2009
712009
Environmental implications of the quality of charcoal briquettes and lump charcoal used for grilling
Z Jelonek, A Drobniak, M Mastalerz, I Jelonek
Science of the Total Environment 747, 141267, 2020
592020
Gallium and germanium in selected Indiana coals
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak
International Journal of Coal Geology 94, 302-313, 2012
582012
Coal lithotypes before and after saturation with CO2; insights from micro-and mesoporosity, fluidity, and functional group distribution
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak, R Walker, D Morse
International Journal of Coal Geology 83 (4), 467-474, 2010
522010
Evaluation of coalbed gas potential of the Seelyville Coal Member, Indiana, USA
A Drobniak, M Mastalerz, J Rupp, N Eaton
International Journal of Coal Geology 57 (3-4), 265-282, 2004
502004
Arsenic, cadmium, lead, and zinc in the Danville and Springfield coal members (Pennsylvanian) from Indiana
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak
International Journal of Coal Geology 71 (1), 37-53, 2007
492007
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