2 edition of review of procedures for surface mining and reclamation in areas with acid-producing materials. found in the catalog.
review of procedures for surface mining and reclamation in areas with acid-producing materials.
Jeffrey G. Skousen
by The West Virginia Mining and Reclamation Association in Morgantown, WV
Written in English
A bulletin including guidelines for surface mines in areas of acid producing materials was developed and became a standard for mining activities to reduce acid mine drainage (AMD). It included methods of prediction, prevention and treatment of AMD.
|Contributions||Sencindiver, John C., Smith, Richard Meriwether.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
SURFACE MINING AND RECLAMATION ACT AND ASSOCIATED REGULATIONS CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION OFFICE OF MINE RECLAMATION January CONTENTS: SURFACE MINING AND RECLAMATION ACT OF PAGE Public Resources Code, Division 2, Chapter 9, Section et seq. The affected area includes the disturbed area; any area upon which surface coal mining and reclamation operations are conducted; any adjacent lands the use of which is incidental to surface coal mining and reclamation operations; all areas covered by new or existing roads used to gain access to, or for hauling coal to or from, surface coal.
Evaluation methods for productivity to be utilized are described in section 1 of “Technical Guides of Reference Areas and Technical Standards for Evaluating Surface Mine Vegetation in OSM Regions I and II” by Robert E. Farmer, Jr. et. al., OSM J/TVA, , U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Surface Mining Reclamation. The mining of coal, production of oil and gas and mining within the banks of streams are not subject to the Act. The DOC administers the Surface Mining Land Conservation and Reclamation Act (K.S.A. ) that became effective July 1, The purpose of the program is to ensure any land disturbed for mining purposes, other than coal and.
The U.S. Government's Official Website for the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE). OSMRE's business practices are to reclaim abandoned mine lands (Title IV), regulate active coal mines (Title V), and apply sound science through technology transfer. The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining administers the State’s approved SMCRA program regulating the surface and underground mining of coal. The Division evaluates applications for mining permits, revisions and renewals, permit transfers, bond releases, and exploration, issues and maintains permits and conducts inspections of coal mines to.
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During the mining process that would help control AMD, emphasizing procedures for: 1. accurately sampling and analyzing overburden to identify alkaline‐ or acid‐producing materials, 2. mixing acid material with alkaline material or ameliorants for acid neutralization, and.
Emeritus Professor of Soil Science West Virginia University. ABSTRACT. An overview of the newly‐developed manual entitled "A Review of Procedures for Surface mining and Reclamation in Areas with Acid‐Producing Materials" is presented. The paper contains sections on Acid Mine Drainage Prediction, New Developments in Acid Mine Drainage Prevention, and New Developments in Acid Mine Drainage Treatment.
Skousen JG, Sencindiver JC, Smith RM () A review of procedures for surface mining and reclamation in areas with acid-producing materials. WVU Energy and Water Research Center, Publ EWRCMorgantown, p 48Cited by: 1.
JG, Sencindiver JC, Smith RM () A review of procedures for surface mining and reclamation in areas with acid-producing materials. WVU Energy and Water Research Center, Publ EWRC writing and editing of the Bulletin entitled "A Review of Procedures for Surface Mining and Reclamation in Areas with Acid‐Producing Materials" in conjunction with Dr.
John Sencindiver and Dr. Richard Smith. We have also received a lot of input from the. J Skousen Skousen, J.G, A Review of Procedures for Surface Mining and Reclamation in Area with Acid-Producing Materials.
Bekerjasama dengan The West Virginia Surface Mine Drainage Task. Chemical Treatment means the treatment of water from a surface coal mining operation using chemical reagents such as but not limited to sodium hydroxide, calcium carbonate, or anhydrous ammonia for purposes of meeting applicable state and federal effluent limitations.
A review of procedures for surface mining and reclamation in areas with acid-producing materials. WVU Energy and Water Research Center. Publication EWRC Morgantown, WV.
Skousen, J., J. Sencindiver, and R.M. Smith. Procedures for surface mining and reclamation in areas with acid-producing materials: An overview. It is recommended that all surface mining in potentially acid‐producing areas be within one kilometer (approximately 3, feet)' of a rock column that has been sampled and analyzed by approved methods.
If toxic strata are present, a quantitative comparison of alkaline versus acidic materials is suggested. The ratio of the types of strata. Skousen, J. Sencindiver, R. SmithA Review of Procedures for Surface Mining and Reclamation in Areas With Acid-producing Materials.
EWRC EWRC. Surface mining methods dominate the world production of minerals. Currently, almost all non-metallic minerals [more than 95%], most metallic minerals [more than 90%] and a large fraction of coal.
Introduction. Highly mechanized mining processes are widely used in surface mining because they generally provide an efficient approach for achieving high production (Shrestha and Lal, ).However, high production is also associated with large volumes of waste production (Ramani, ).During surface mining, the excavated materials from depths of m are stripped off and they vary.
A review of procedures for surface mining and reclamation in areas with acid-producing materials. In: Proceedings of the 8th West Virginia Surface Mine Drainage Task Force Symposium, Morgantown, WV. Skousen, S.W., Miller, S., and R. Smart, The Surface Mining Act placed a levy per ton on all coal produced in the USA.
This fund can be used to finance the restoration of areas that were not reclaimed in the past and other action needed to alleviate off-site impacts of the unreclaimed areas. From a new consideration has been given to the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act.
Good reclamation allows for proper future use and it limits environmental impacts. It is expected that surface miners do what’s called ‘segmental reclamation’, where they restore portions of the mine while other areas continue to be worked. This helps reduce the cost of reclamation at the end of mining.
Placer mining affects large surface areas for the v olume of material mined, is highly visible and has serious environmental problems with surface disturbance and stream pollution.
Letter of Permission Procedure () for Gravel Mining and Extraction Activities (PDF) Mad River Draft SPEIR April Volume II - Appendices (PDF) Mad River Draft Supplemental Programmatic Environmental Impact Report April Volume I (PDF). The review sample included file data of project areas selected for AML reclamation during the evaluation year.
During the evaluation year DEQ-MWCB selected one non-coal project area for reclamation. The file data contained a Public Meeting Attendance Record for the non-coal project.
Public meetings for the other six. Surface mining requires large areas of land to be temporarily disturbed. This raises a number of environmental challenges, including soil erosion, dust, noise and water pollution, and impacts on local.
“Mined lands” means the surface, subsurface, and groundwater of an area in which surface mining operations will be, are being, or have been conducted, including private ways and roads appurtenant to any such area, land excavations, workings, mining waste, and areas in which structures, facilities, equipment, machines, tools, or other materials or property which result from or are used in surface mining operations.
become an area of intense interest, research, activity, and controversy during the last decade. The U.S. DOI, Office of Surface Mining (OSM) was created in as part of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) to provide minimum levels of protection concerning public health, safety, and the environment and balance this with.under the guidelines of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA), the approved State Reclamation Plan, the Federal Assistance Manual and associated rules, regulations and policy decisions.
The State administers an excellent AMLR program in .SURFACE MINING METHODS REFERENCE: BULLIVANT, DA. Current Surface Mining Techniques. Journal for the Transportation of Materials in Bulk: Bulk Solids Handling, vol 7, n6, Decemberpp Ore reserves Suitable for Surface Mining Ore reserves suitable for surface mini ng can be classified initially as.