Wyoming Coal Maps
Coal is found in many parts of Wyoming at outcrops and in the subsurface. Coal production takes place where economic, geologic, political and environmental factors allow for mining operations. Most of the coal produced in Wyoming is transported out of state for consumers. This page contains links to maps, Google Earth files, GIS datasets, and WSGS publications describing locations of coal resources and activity in Wyoming.
-Wyoming Coal Database (Google Earth)
View Wyoming coal mines, power plants and coal
resources in Google Earth.
-Coal Map of Wyoming (PDF)
Download the 2011 WSGS coal map of Wyoming.
Downloadable GIS datasets available from WSGS.
-Southern Powder River Basin IMS
Interactive map of the PRB viewed through your
web browser. Includes images of water well permits
and their locations, cross sections, water information
and bedrock geology.
-Summary Wyoming Coal Map (PDF)
Download a simplified Wyoming coal map displaying
coal mines, power plants, coal regions and railroads.
-Northern Powder River Basin IMS
Interactive map providing water quality data associated
with Tertiary Geologic Formations, including coals, in a
portion of the PRB viewed through your web browser.
This link will take you to the Water Resources Data System
(WRDS) at the University of Wyoming.
The Coal Map of Wyoming and other WSGS coal publications
can be purchased online through the WSGS publications and map store.