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Water Pollution Caused by Inactive Ore and Mineral Mines

0 Determine use and effectiveness of pollution abatement technology. 0 Prepare research and development programs for development of tech nology, to adequately control water pollution caused by inactive mines. SCOPE This study considered water pollution from inactive ore and mineral mines throughout the United States.

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Mines Minerals Idaho Geological Survey

Idaho annual mining review (Regional Development) files. Search IGS Mines Prospects Database (interactive webmap) About Mines Database; Key to Abbreviations; Download Mines Database; Inactive and Abandoned Mines. Mine Histories Production and histories of past mines. Mineral Property Files IGS maintains files on several thousand mining properties in the state.

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Active mines and mineral plants in the US USGS

Mineral Resources; Online Spatial Data; Active mines and mineral plants in the US. Mine plants and operations for commodities monitored by the National Minerals Information Center of the USGS. Operations included are those considered active in 2003 and surveyed by the USGS.

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UNIFORM DORMANT MINERAL INTERESTS ACT

inactive owner to preserve the mineral rights on a purely speculative basis and to hold out for nuisance money indefinitely, and it creates the possibility that actively producing mineral rights will be lost through inadvertent failure to record a notice of intent to preserve the mineral rights.

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Subsidence above Inactive Coal Mines gt;RockTalklt;

Inactive Coal Mines and Population Growth. Coal mining in Colorado started in the 1860s and is a continuing activity in many areas of the state. As of August 1977, Federal and State laws require that potential surface subsidence be taken into account in mining plans. Prior to that time, the effect of mining on the surface was not fully considered.

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PERMITTED ACTIVE AND INACTIVE MINING OPERATIONS IN

PERMITTED ACTIVE AND INACTIVE MINING OPERATIONS IN NORTH CAROLINA AS OF MAY 1992 by Jeffrey C. Reid and Tracy E. Davis INTRODUCTION This report identifies the active and inactive mining operations permitted by the Land Quality Section, Division ofLand Resources, as ofMay 1992, and provides information about sources ofgeological information in North Carolina.

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OSWER May 2012 Northern Arizona University

Paul W. Thrush, 1968, A Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms, US Bureau of Mines, USEPA R10 Mining Financial Assurance Strategy (PDF) The Process and Requirements for Large Mine Permit Applications in Alaska.

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Information Circular 111. Inactive and Abandoned Mine

Inactive and abandoned mine landsRubyMine, Nighthawk Mining District, Okanogan County, Washington Divisionof Geology and Earth Resources Infor mation Circular 111, 11 p.

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Part 8 Sector Specific Requirements for Industrial

8.J.3.8 Temporarily Inactive Mineral Mining Facility A site or portion of a site where metal mining and/or milling occurred in the past but currently are not being actively undertaken, and the facility is covered by an active mining permit issued by the applicable State or Federal agency.

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Who is subject to the NPDES Stormwater Program?

mining operations are mining sites that are not being actively mined, but which have an identifiable owner/operator; inactive mining sites do not include sites

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Mineral Industry Surveys USGS Mineral Resources Program

nonfuel mineral commodities produced in the United States. Nonfuel minerals do not include coal, petroleum coke, and related products. Total domestic mining and waste removal for nonfuel mineral materials production at underground operations was 147 million metric tons (Mt) in 2011. Crude ore mined at these underground operations was 145 Mt.

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USGS Mineral Resources On Line Spatial Data

The value of mineral production by state in the United States. The data represent commodities covered by the National Minerals Information Center of the U.S. Geological Survey.

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Mining Minerals Natural Resources Canada

Mining Minerals Rocks are composed of minerals. Each of the thousands of minerals found in the earth's crust contains a specific combination of elements in specific proportions .

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Abandoned Inactive Mines of the Flathead National Forest

distributes information about the geology, mineral resources, and ground water of Montana. Consequently, the USFS and the MBMG determined that an inventory and preliminary characterization of abandoned and inactive mines in Montana would be beneficial to both

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How can metal mining impact the environment? American

Metal Mining and the Environment (Booklet), American Geosciences Institute Provides basic information about the mining cycle, from exploration for economic mineral deposits to mine closure. The booklet discusses the environmental aspects of metal mining and illustrates the ways science and technology assist in preventing or reducing

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AML Project New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

As a result of this mining, there are tens of thousands of inactive or abandoned mine features in 274 mining districts in New Mexico (including coal, uranium, metals, and industrial minerals districts), however many of them have not been inventoried or prioritized for reclamation.

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Mining Claims And Mineral Deposits In Idaho The Diggings

Idaho has 222,687 records of mining claims on public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management and 7,648 records of mineral deposits listed by the United States Geological Survey (USGS).

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Coal, Metallic and Mineral Resources WA DNR

Most of the major metal mining districts in Washington were active in the early part of the 20th century and are now inactive. Most metal mining was concentrated in the north Cascade Range and in the Okanogan geologic province.

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Inactive Abandoned Mines Idaho Geological Survey. More About Mines Minerals. Current Mining Activity Most mines close or become inactive for the usual reasons The deposit is too small or peters out. Production costs exceed mineral value. Other mines can do it more profitably. The search for minerals runs up a dead end.

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Field Collecting and Mining Claims Pinnacle 5 Minerals

I began mining as a result of my passion for hunting and collecting mineral specimens. I first started collecting rocks when I was 6 years old. I began panning for gold when I was 10 and began serious prospecting for gems at that time.

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Inactive Abandoned Underground Mines Water Pollution

Longwall mining is a method of removing a mineral seam by means of a longwall or working face which may exceed 305 meters (1,000 feet) in length. The primary advantages of longwall mining are increased production and efficient mineral recovery.

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Inactive Abandoned Underground Mines Water Pollution

Longwall mining is a method of removing a mineral seam by means of a longwall or working face which may exceed 305 meters (1,000 feet) in length. The primary advantages of longwall mining are increased production and efficient mineral recovery.

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Mines, pits and quarries Wisconsin DNR

Metallic mining involves the extraction of minerals bearing metals such as iron, copper, gold, lead, silver and zinc. For ferrous (iron) and other metallic mining, the DNR is the state agency with primary responsibility for regulating environmental aspects of mining.

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How can metal mining impact the environment? American

Metal Mining and the Environment (Booklet), American Geosciences Institute Provides basic information about the mining cycle, from exploration for economic mineral deposits to mine closure. The booklet discusses the environmental aspects of metal mining and illustrates the ways science and technology assist in preventing or reducing

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New Mexico Mines Database New Mexico Institute of Mining

A mining district, as used in this report, is a group of mines and/or mineral deposits that occur in a geographically defined area (such as a mining district or coal field) that locally are determined by geologic criteria (distribution of mines and deposits, mineralogy, faults, lithology, stratigraphic horizons, common mineralization processes, age, etc.) and has had some mineral production.

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Information Circular 111. Inactive and Abandoned Mine

Inactive and abandoned mine landsRubyMine, Nighthawk Mining District, Okanogan County, Washington Divisionof Geology and Earth Resources Infor mation Circular 111, 11 p.

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Mining Claims BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

MINING CLAIMSA mining claim is a parcel of land for which the claimant has asserted a right of possession and the right to develop and extract a discovered, valuable, mineral deposit.

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Sector J Non Metallic Mineral Mining and Dressing.

industrial activity from Active and Inactive Non Metallic Mineral Mining and Dressing facilities as identified by the SIC Codes specified under Sector J in Appendix A of the permit. J.1.1 Covered Discharges from Inactive Facilities.

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Mineral Rights Oil Gas Lease and Royalty Information

quot;Mineral rightsquot; entitle a person or organization to explore and produce the rocks, minerals, oil and gas found at or below the surface of a tract of land. The owner of mineral rights can sell, lease, gift or bequest them to others individually or entirely.

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Inactive Abandoned Mines Idaho Geological Survey

Idaho annual mining review (Regional Development) files. Search IGS Mines Prospects Database (interactive webmap) About Mines Database; Key to Abbreviations; Download Mines Database; Inactive and Abandoned Mines. Mine Histories Production and histories of past mines. Mineral Property Files IGS maintains files on several thousand mining properties in the state.

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