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Landscape Diversity: Multiple-Use Landscapes for Reclaimed Phosphatic Clay Areas
... deepest. 4. As the phosphatic clay dewaters during the reclamation process (active use for mining purposes has ceased), the phosphatic clay undergoes subsidence or more appropriately differential settling. a ... been completed. (ii) Given the long, useful life of a settling pond during active mining operations and the problems facing reclamation efforts afterward, the decision-making process must be ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Cycas tansachana
... status: Apparently quite restricted in occurrence and under severe pressure from plant collectors and limestone mining operations, this species should be regarded as highly threatened. IUCN (1994) Red List status CR A2c ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

Sigillaria tree-- as it has stood for 308 million years
... Seam and a Rider Seam. This specimen was encountered during the normal course of underground mining operations and is clearly visible in this coal "pillar" which is an un-mined block left ...
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Sigillaria cones
... and were attached further back on the branches. This specimen was recovered during active surface mining operations. WV-29 b Rock Type: Sandy shale Formation: Kanawha Interval: Peerless seam Age: Middle Pennsylvanian ...
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Cherry Creek, White Pine County, Nevada
... LARGEST TOWN IN WHITE PINE COUNTY, PART OF THE CHERRY CREEK MINING DISTRICT. CHERRY CREEK'S YEARS OF LARGEST GOLD AND SILVER PRODUCTION ... BY 1883. BUT IN 1897 THERE WAS A GREAT REVIVAL IN MINING ACTIVITY, WHICH LASTED INTO THE EARLY 1900'S. DURING THIS PERIOD ... TURNED VIOLENT WITH DOLAN KILLING GREEN IN A GUNFIGHT. WITH SUCCESSFUL MINING OPERATIONS THE AREA GREW TO 6000 PEOPLE WITH A PEAK ENROLLMENT OF ...
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Powell River Project - Foundations for Housing on Reclaimed Mined Lands
... mining and mining-related roads and structures, and subsurface mining affects additional acreages. Ground conditions in coal-mining regions require special attention when residential development is considered. Today, the large scale of surface mining operations ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Powell River Project - Stabilizing Reclaimed Mines to Support Buildings and Development
... However, use of specialized compaction equipment will be cost prohibitive for most coal-mining operations. An alternative method of achieving spoil compaction will be to use loaded haul ... constraints restrict economic development throughout the Virginia coal mining region, and in adjacent Appalachian areas. The potential of surface coal mining operations to relieve this constraint by preparing lands ...
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Historic Boulder House in Boulder, Colorado
... Central City. He operated the Boulder House, owned the Brainard Hotel and tinkered with several mining operations. As he prospered, his family and his fortunes grew. He acquired real estate in Boulder ...
www.frontrangeliving.com

Palm Botany in the Louisiade Archipelago, Papua New Guinea
... the site of one of Papua New Guinea’s largest gold and silver mines, though mining operations have recently ceased. Although small aircraft regularly service Misima, the other islands can only be ... to Misima on 24 May, where we were the guests of Misima Mining Limited who provided accommodation in the mining camp complex and local land transport. At Bwagaoia, the administrative center for ...
www.palms.org

Faculty Profile: Dr. Steve Newmaster, Research, Department of Botany, University of Guelph
... in communities (up to 15 years of data) in response herbicide applications, forest management, pollution, mining operations and global warming. This research not only expands our knowledge on these lesser-known organisms ...
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