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Floor (coal) The term 'Floor (coal)' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' The upper surface of the stratum underlying a coal seam. In coals that were formed in persistent swamp environments, the floor is typically a bed of clay, known as 'underclay,' representing the soil in which the trees or other coal-forming swamp vegetation was rooted'.
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