5 edition of Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines found in the catalog.
June 2001 by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English
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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 the need for a viable U.S. coal supply. Beginning in May of , OSM has taken anFile Size: KB. The Office of Surface Mining (OSM) is the U.S. Department of the Interior is the federal agency responsible for regulating surface coal mining and the surface effects of underground coal mining. OSM works in conjunction with ODM and OCC to regulate active coal mining and reclaim abandoned mine lands. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. United States. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation. Books from the extended shelves: United States. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation: The nationwide inventory of publicly owned recreation areas and an assessment of private recreation enterprises (Washington; [For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.], [?]) (page images at . “The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) of A 30th Anniversary Review” J Mr. Chairman and Members of the Committee, it is a great honor to appear before you today as a witness for the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSM) on the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) of
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They cover topics including the importance of design principles; specific land uses in reclamation planning and design, such as housing Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines book landscapes for wildlife; case studies; and the use of computer technology in planning and design.
Twenty-seven color plates provide views of mine sites across the American West. and design also contributed chapters and case studies in this book. The book begins with an overview of planning and design from a landscape Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines book e perspective Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines book a post-mining Author: Jon Burley.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Environmental design for reclaiming surface mines. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, © (OCoLC) DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR RECREATING VISUAL QUALITY ON SURFACE MINED LANDSCAPES John C.
Ellsworth Chapter 12 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN POST-MINING LAND-USE PLANNING AND DESIGN Merlyn J. Paulson Chapter 13 PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS FOR MULTIPLE POST-MINING LAND-USES AND SPECIAL LAND. About the Author. Karlheinz Spitz is an environmental consultant with more than 20 years professional experience in Canada, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
His main interest is the environmental assessment of large resource development projects in developing countries. He worked on many mines in South East Asia, Cited by: ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN RECLAIMING SURFACE MINED LANDS J, CAIRNS, Jr.
Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines book Biology Department and University Center Jor Enviromnental Studies, Virghtia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg. VirginiaU.S.A. and University of Michigan Biological Station, Pellston, Michigan U.S.A.
ABSTRACT. The book's nine chapters include: Introduction, Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines book and Geology Techniques, Ore Reserve Estimation, Feasibility Studies and Project Financing, Planning and Design of Surface Mines, Mine Operations, Mine Capital and Operating Costs, Management and Organization, and Case Studies.
The book is fully indexed.5/5(4). About the author () Rachel Kaplan is professor of environmental psychology in the School of Natural Resources and Environment and professor of psychology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
She has for more than a quarter of a century played a key role in the field of environmental psychology, and has co-authored three books. Nova Scotia Environment, Guide for Surface Coal Mine Reclamation Plans INTRODUCTION: Coal has been mined in Nova Scotia for over years. Surface and underground coal operations have made significant economic contributions to the province, including fuel, steel manufacturing and electrical generation.
The important environmental book called ____ exposed the hazards of using the insecticide DDT. Subsurface mining is used extensively in the extraction of _____. Coal, phosphate, diamonds, gold Reclaiming a surface mine site includes _____.
Removing buildings, filling holes, and replanting vegetation at a completed site in order to. Walsh, J. Soil and overburden management in western surface coal mines reclamation—findings of a study conducted for the congress of the United StatesOffice of Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines book Assessment.
Pages –in Bridging the gap between science, regulation, and the surface mining operation, ASSMR Second Annual Meeting. Denver, by: 7. Surface Mining Machinery Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketches Summary This chapter deals with surface mining. Section 1 presents an overview of surface mining methods and practices as commonly employe d in modern surface mining operations.
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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. Mining industry response to the book continues to be incredible.
Thanks in large part to the efforts by John Chadwick of the Mining Journal,and many other members of the mining community, the Hard Rock Miner’s Handbook has been distributed to over countries worldwide.
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Development and Application of an Agricultural Productivity Model for Reclaiming Surface Mines in Clay. Conservation Practices for the Reclamation of Surface Mines in Arkansas By James F.
Stephens, P.G. Robert S. Rogers, P.G. and Phillip K. Fields, P.G. Ma Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Surface Mining and Reclamation Division National Drive Little Rock, Arkansas The long-term processes of rewetting, re-naturation and regeneration are considered in different climates.
Apart from the mining and raw material exploitation, which influences large areas, underground mining, which is associated with coal, salt and ore mining heaps and their environmental impacts, is by: 2.
The environmental damage caused by surface mining is related to the large amount of surface material that humans remove during mining operations. The environmental effects of surface mining include Habitat destruction Soil erosion Air pollution from dust particulates Pollution (especially from sediments) All surface mining techniques negatively affect the environment.
Coal mining has disturbed approximately million ha (6 million ac) since in the United States. The majority of land mined for coal was originally forested in Appalachia where much of the surface coal mining had occurred in the U.S. prior to File Size: KB.
surface mining and sub-surface (underground) mining, fig 1. mmatic representation of mining methods, Kentucky Geological Survey, Surface mining is removing minerals that are near the earth's surface. Some minerals are found very deep below Earth's surface - sometimes hundreds or thousands of feet deep!File Size: KB.
He has written a chapter on "Design Principles for Recreating Visual Quality on Surface Mined Landscapes" for the book Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines.
Suggested Citation: "Environmental Strategies in the Mining Industry: One Company Experience." National Academy of Engineering. The Industrial Green Game: Implications for Environmental Design and Management. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
doi: / The Industrial Green Game. – Reuse. As part of EPA's commitment to finding innovative and effective solutions to the potential threats abandoned mine lands pose to human health and the environment, significant attention is being focused on potential future uses of these lands, and the economic, environmental, and social impact that reuse can provide.
Aesthetic and Visual Impact Assessment of a Quarry Expansion BIBIANA RAMOS1, Burley B.J. () ‘Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines’, The Edwin Mellen Press, New York.  Carrol N. () ‘Non-perceptual aesthetic Journal of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Environment, Vol. 15, Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines by Bryan Burley; Environmental Effects of Mining by Earle A.
Ripley; Environmental Geochemistry of Potentially Toxic Metals by Frederic R. Siegel; Environmental Management: Engineering the Water-Environment and Geo-Environment by M. Sivakumar; Environmental Policy in Mining: by Alyson Warhurst; Environmental Remediation.
Describe open pit mining and its environmental impacts large pit or hole visable from earths surface to access copper and other deep minerals that extend vertically and horizontally; contaminates water through tailings, removes soil, destroys habitats. Reclaiming Abandoned Mine Lands – Restoring the Environment Title IV of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act.
Two centuries of US coal mining occurred before the passage of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) of As a result, millions of Americans live less than a mile from an abandoned coal mine.
communities. If a proposed mining project involves the construction of any access roads, then the environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the project must include a comprehensive assessment of the environmental and social impacts of these roads.
Site preparation and clearing If a mine site is located in a remote, undevelopedFile Size: KB. Adapting Disturbed Land to Recreational Uses - Co-Written with Dennis L. Law in the book Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines, John Bryan Burley, editor.
Johnson County Community College Landscape Initiatives Phases I, II and III - Summer - Documentation of the grant under the same name. John is the author of a chapter titled "Design Principles for Restoring Visual Quality on Surface Mined Landscapes" in the book Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines published by Edwin Mellen Press, DOGAMI Open-File ReportBest Management Practices for Reclaiming Surface Mines in Washington and Oregon Author: David K.
Norman, Peter J. Wampler, Allen H. Throop, E. Frank Schnitzer, and Jaretta M. Roloff Subject: Best Management Practices for Reclaiming Surface Mines in Washington and Oregon KeywordsFile Size: 5MB. Surface mining planning and design of open pit mining 1.
This material is intended for use in lectures, presentations and as handouts to students, and is provided in Power point format so as to allow customization for the individual needs of course instructors.
Permission of the author and publisher is required for any other usage. A Different Approach. JuneAmerican Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Burley, J.B. (ed.). Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines. Edwin Mellen Press. Burley, J.B.
Post-mining Land-use planning and design: introduction to a landscape architecture perspective. The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (SMCRA) is the primary federal law that regulates the environmental effects of coal mining in the United States.
It established permitting guidelines for existing and future coal mines as well as a trust fund to finance the reclamation of abandoned mines. Linking forestry, sustainability and aesthetics. Author links open Burley nmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines.
The Edwin Mellen Press, New York () Google Scholar. Burley, Burley B.J.A quantitative method to assess aesthetic/environmental quality for spatial surface mine planning and design applications Cited by: Because of the environmental impacts of mining, governments of the US, Canada, and other nations now require that mining companies restore, or “reclaim”, vegetation atop surface-mined sites following mining.
However, there are still many nations like Congo that don’t have any regulation at al. aesthetics and ecological design in post-mining reclamation project.
Environmental quality model is used to evaluate and compare each potential design. Post-mining Land-use Reclamation In the past, there was often little concern expressed towards reclaiming the landscape damaged by surface mines. However, today there is increasing global.
Michigan Chapter ASLA Honor Award, Restoring the Earth (book and papers) ASLA Reclamation and Restoration Professional Interest Group Award of Recognition Michigan State University, Libraries, Computing & Technology Award of Recognition Environmental Design for Reclaiming surface Mines, Edwin Mellen Press Surface mining, including strip mining, open-pit mining and mountaintop removal mining, is a broad category of mining in which soil and rock overlying the mineral deposit (the overburden) are removed, in contrast to underground mining, in which the overlying rock is left in place, and the mineral is removed through shafts or tunnels.
Surface mining began in the midth. Pdf both underground and surface coal mining harm the environment, the externalities associated with surface pdf are generally greater.
Although surface mining is only feasible when the coal seams are near the surface, the technique accounts for 67 percent of coal production in the United States (U.S. Department of Energy, ).Surface mining reclamation restores vegetation, soil stability, and proper water conditions after mining.
Each site will be completed differently depending on the future use and reclamation law. However, the work completed prevents future environmental degradation and prepares the site for its future use.The Ebook Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (SMCRA) is the primary federal law that regulates the environmental effects ebook coal mining in the United States.
SMCRA created two programs: one for regulating active coal mines and a second for coal mine reclamation of abandoned mine lands. SMCRA also created the Office of Surface Mining, an agency within .