Revegetation of acid mining wastes in central Idaho

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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station , Ogden, Utah
Revegetation -- Idaho., Waste prod
StatementE. E. Farmer, B. Z. Richardson, and R. W. Brown.
SeriesUSDA Forest Service research paper INT -- 178.
ContributionsRichardson, Bland Z., Brown, R. W., Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah).
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Revegetation of acid mining wastes in central Idaho. Ogden, Utah: Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) SOIL RECLAMATION OF ABANDONED MINE LAND BY REVEGETATION: A REVIEW V.

Sheoran1, A. Sheoran2§, P. Poonia3 1, 3 Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Jai Narain Vyas University,Jodhpur, India 2 Department of Mining Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Jai Narain Vyas University,Jodhpur, India ABSTRACT Mining of mineral.

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During the last decade there has been a dramatic worldwide increase in the quantities of mineral wastes produced by the metalliferous mining industry.

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Revegetation of Acid Mining Wastes in Central Idaho, USDA, Forest and Range Experiment Station, INT, Utah. Stacey, G. Hunter Cited by: Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Idaho hasmining claims on public land listed in The Diggings™.

Of these claims, % are active while % are now closed. Lemhi, Shoshone, and Valley are the most active counties in Idaho. PROBLEMS AND APPROACHES IN THE REVEGETATION OF MINE WASTES Table of Contents Li st of figures List of tables 1.

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Introduction Background Purpose Approach 2. Tail ings Background Characteristics Factors Inhibiting Revegetation i iii iv 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 5 Erosion 6 Wind Water Undesirable Physical Structure of File Size: 2MB.

Wastes from mining and quarrying operations – such as non-pyritic colliery shale, slate quarry waste and limestone chippings – are especially suitable. This approach therefore has the great benefit of using one category of waste to overcome the problems of another form of waste (Bradshaw and Johnson, ).Cited by: EPA//R/ March PREDICTING ACID GENERATION FROM NON-COAL MINING WASTES: Notes of the July Workshop by Thomas A.

Hinners Quality Assurance and Methods Development Division U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Las Vegas, Nevada and Science Applications International Corporation Falls Church, Virginia. VEGETATIVE STABILIZATION OF MINERAL WASTE HEAPS (A SURVEY) TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract ii List of Figures vii List of Tables viii Acknowledgments ix Sections Conclusions 1 State-of-the-Art 1 Regional Considerations 2 Recommendations 3 Mineral Waste Heaps as Sources of Hazardous Air Pollutants and Fugitive Dust Emissions 3.

Current Approaches to the Revegetation and Reclamation of Metalliferous Mine Wastes Article (PDF Available) in Chemosphere 41() August with. health and environmental damages caused Revegetation of acid mining wastes in central Idaho book mining and mineral processing waste management activities: C Report to Congress on Special Wastes from Mineral Processing, JulyU.S.

Environmental Protection Agency. C Mining Waste Release and Environmental Effects Summaries, Draft, MarchU.S. Environmental Protection Size: KB. Sheoran et al.: Soil Reclamation of Abandoned Mine Land by Revegetation Produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press, Nutrient recycling and availability on reclaimed sites is reflected in part.

FOCUSING ON THE PROBLEM OF MINING WASTES: AN INTRODUCTION TO ACID MINE DRAINAGE by: Thomas V. Durkin1 and Jonathan G. Herrmann2 1) South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Office of Minerals and Mining, Pierre, SD 2) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory.

Riggins, Idaho Overview. Riggins, Idaho includes 3, nearby mines. Riggins is a city in Idaho County Idaho United States. It is nestled deep in a canyon at the confluence of the Salmon River and the Little Salmon River in west central Idaho approximately highway miles ( km) north of Boise and highway miles ( km) south-southeast of Lewiston.

Landscape and Urban Planning, 20 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Reclamation of acid coal refuse F.J. Olsen and S.K. Chong Department of Plant and Soil Science, Southern Illinois University. Carbondale, ILUSA (Accepted l 1 February ) ABSTRACT Olsen, F.J. and Chong, S.K., Reclamation of acid coal by: 7.

The 6,acre Barker Hughesville Mining District Superfund site is located in Judith Basin County and Cascade County in west-central Montana. Inrich silver and lead ores were discovered in the area. Mining took place through the s. Mining activities and abandoned mines contaminated soil, sediment, groundwater and surface water.

Acid/Heavy Metal-Tolerant Cultivars (DATC) project seeks to identify, select and release naturally occurring acid/heavy metal-tolerant plant ecotypes desirable for reclamation and commercial seed production.

The project objective is to develop plants for use on lands where ameliorative and adaptive revegetation methods are implemented. The Coeur d'Alene mining region in northern Idaho is one of the nation's most significant mineral producers, having yielded almost twenty percent of the silver and lead, and six percent of the zinc produced in the United States (Long and others, ).Cited by: 9.

The Coeur d’Alene River basin is one of the largest mining-related Superfund sites in the United States. It is not, however, unique. For example, just east of the Idaho-Montana border, the Clark Fork Operable Unit of the Milltown Reservoir-Clark Fork River Superfund site includes river miles of the Clark Fork River contaminated with metals stemming from mining activities in.

A detailed history of phosphate mining in southeastern Idaho was recently completed by Lee (). In addition, a spatially registered description of selected phosphate mines in southeastern Idaho, showing mine pits, waste dumps, tailings and other phosphate-mining-related features, has been prepared (Causey and Moyle, ).Cited by: 2.

Mining of mineral resources results in extensive soil damage, altering microbial communities and affecting vegetation leading to destruction of vast amounts of land.

Reclamation is the process to restore the ecological integrity of these disturbed mine land areas. It includes the management of all types of physical, chemical and biological disturbances of soils such as soil pH, fertility Cited by: Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex, Idaho, Superfund Case Study ECOLOICAL REITALIATION OF CONTAMINATED SITES CASE STUD Site History • The Site is within one of the largest historical mining districts in the world.

Commercial mining for lead, zinc, silver and other metals began in the Silver Valley in The claims arelocated in Shoshone County in the eastern part of Idaho's Coeur d'Alene Mining District, close to the IdahoMontana state borders (Figure 1).- They lie at UTM (NAD83 datum), approximately km east of Spokane, Washington, 3-west of 6 km north Osburn, Idaho and 25 km east-southeast of Wallace, Idaho.

Curtis WR (b) Effects of strip mining on the hydrology of small mountain watersheds in Appalachia. In: Hutnik RJ, Davis G (eds) Ecology and reclamation of devasted land. Proceedings of the international symposium on ecology and revegetation of drastically disturbed areas, University Park Pa,vol I.

Gordon and Breach, New York Paris Cited by:   Northwest mines handbook Volume 1 ; a reference book of the mining industry of Idaho, Washington, British Columbia, western Montana and Oregon [Norman, Sidney] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Northwest mines handbook Volume 1 ; a reference book of the mining industry of Idaho, Washington, British ColumbiaAuthor: Sidney Norman.

The BLM measured revegetation success at various placer mines throughout the state during the mining season. Results from these measurements indicate that many placer mine sites can reasonably achieve 70% vegetative cover in two to five years with four years being the most common success.

exposure to lead and to control transport of lead and zinc downriver. Major cleanup activities by mining companies, the state of Idaho, and EPA have included regrading and/or removing mine tailings and sediment from many areas in the floodplain of the Coeur d’Alene River; constructing a central impoundment area (CIA) for the storage and isolation of mine tailings and.

EPA and Hardrock Mining: A Source Book for Industry in the Northwest and Alaska 3 January • Evaluate possible environmental data requirements and initiate environmental planning on the front end. • Collect data to meet specific environmental objectives or requirements, and collect them at the required levels of detail and precision.

Purchase Reclamation, Treatment and Utilization of Coal Mining Wastes - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Northwest Mines Handbook: A Reference Work of the Mining Industry of Idaho, Washington, British Columbia, Western Montana and Oregon (Volume I) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Northwest Mines Handbook: A Reference Work of the Mining Industry of Idaho, Washington, British ColumbiaManufacturer: Sidney Norman. sporadically through the mid ’s. Acid generating silver mill tailings were stored in impoundments situated within and immediately adjacent to the Peanut Mine site.

The Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety; Inactive Mines Reclamation Program and Peanut Mine Inc, a non-profit corporation committed to preserving open space forFile Size: 1MB. Today’s top stories from around the region curated by Mountain West News.

Global gold giant places $38M bet on Idaho mine. Barrick Gold, the largest gold mining company in the world, has acquired a 20 percent stake in Midas Gold for $38 million, giving Midas the capital it needs to finish permitting its Stibnite mining project east of McCall, Idaho.The South Fork basin of the Coeur d'Alene River, Idaho has been an area of heavy mining activity since the s.

The mining operations have resulted in elevated concentrations of metals in surface water, most notably cadmium, lead, zinc, and, to a lesser extent, copper. The metals affected surface water quality downstream in the Coeur d'Alene basin and are suspected to be .