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8Feb 533
WA

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5Feb 1909
Surface Mining and Reclamation | WA

The Surface Mine Reclamation Program (SMRP) is part of the Washington Geological Survey within the Washington Department of Natural Resources. The program was created in 1971 after the legislature created the Surface Mining Act. The SMRP makes sure that all lands and waters within the state are protected and reclaimed after mining is complete.

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8Feb 1942
CASE STUDIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF SAND …

4.3.2.2 Negative effects of mining to people''s lives 59 4.3.2.3 Negative impacts of mining observed by respondents 60 4.3.2.4 Accidents reported during sand and gravel mining 62 4.3.3 Solutions and rehabilitation to sand and gravel mining 63 4.3.3.1 Solutions at community level 64

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3Feb 1635
Washington Geology, September 1998, vol. 26, no. 2/3

Sand and Gravel Mining David K. Norman Department of Natural Resources Division of Geology and Earth Resources PO Box 47007, Olympia, WA 98504-7007 C. Jeff Cederholm Department of Natural Resources Resource Planning and Asset Management Division PO Box 47014, Olympia, WA 98504-7014 William S. Lingley, Jr. Department of Natural Resources

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13Feb 1192
Environmental Effects of Sand and Gravel Mining on Land ...

A., "Environmental Effects of Sand and Gravel Mining on Land and Soil in Luku, Minna, Niger State, North Central Nigeria." Journal of Geosciences and Geomatics, vol. 2, no. 2 (2014): 42-49. doi: 10.12691/jgg-2-2-1. 1. Introduction . Sand and gravel mining refers to the process of removing sand or gravel from a place of its occurrence [1].

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4Feb 1147
MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT …

sand and gravel mining. The general guidelines for sand and gravel mining are as follows:- a) Parts of the river reaches that experience deposition or aggradation shall be identified first. Operators may be allowed to extract the sand and gravel deposit in these locations to lessen aggradation problem.

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1Feb 1986
(PDF) Effects of Sand and Gravel Mining on Bed Sediment ...

Effects of Sand and Gravel Mining on Bed Sediment Morphometric Characteristics S. H.R. Sadeghi, A.V. Khaledi Darvishan and L. Gholami1 Abstract Exploitation of materials from river beds changes hydraulic and geometric characteristics of rivers and increases the flow turbidity and energy, accelerates erosion and creates environmental hazards.

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12Feb 773
SEDIMENT REMOVAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

steady-state hydrologic effects of mining aggregate in hypothetical sand-and-gravel and fractured crystalline-rock aquifers. USGS Water Resources Investigations Report 02-4267, 56 pp. Baker, D. 1998. Planning for Aggregate Extraction: Using an Integrated Resource Management Approach.

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28Feb 1276
Department of Natural Resources | State of Louisiana

Injection & Mining Division. Surface Mining Section. P.O. Box 94275. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 70804-9275. Report an Emergency. Solid mineral (including sand and gravel) mines do not require a mining permit from the Department of Natural Resources, but may require several permits from other federal, state, parish or other municipal government ...

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13Feb 1592
effect on natural resources when too much mining and quarrying

Sand Quarries Replenish Local Beaches Natural Resources of sand and observing the effects of natural drainage and simulated rain. Chapter 13. Importation of Sand, Environmental pollution and its effect on water sources . ... What effect when too much mining and quarrying for the .

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15Feb 1267
Riverine Gravel Mining in Washington State Physical ...

The abundance of sand and gravel in lowland rivers and their proximity to population centers also make them attractive sites for commercial sand and gravel mining. Sand and gravel are integral to the constructed environment, and demand is high. In 1991, per-cap- ita demand was about 12 tons, or one truckload per person (Lingley and Manson 1992).

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10Feb 931
Environmental Effects of Sand and Gravel Mining on Land ...

pollution are the environmental effects that result due to sand and gravel mining in the area. Result of the chemical analysis shows that average concentrations of Pb, As, Cu, Ni, Cd, Hg, Ag and Zr are 47.8, 4.17, 50.9, 32.7, 2.48, 0.1, 0.8 and 496.1ppm respectively.

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16Feb 1912
Impacts of Sand and Gravel Mining in the Felton Prairie ...

Act. Several gravel pits dot the landscape within the Felton Prairie area. Two of the pits, one on State Trust Fund land and one on Clay County administered land, are the subjects of this report. Conflicts between gravel mining and natural resources have arisen because of the high value of the gravel.

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22Feb 1369
Geomorphic and environmental effects of instream gravel mining

 · Landscape and Urban Planning, 28 (1994) 225-243 Elsevier Science B. V., Amsterdam Geomorphic and environmental effects of instream gravel mining G. Mathias Kondolf'' Department ofLandscapeArchitecture, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA (Accepted 16 September 1993 ) Abstract Instream gravel mining involves the mechanical removal of gravel and sand directly …

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12Feb 912
Record of Decision

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources prepared an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) for the proposed Milestone Materials Rochester Sand and Gravel – North Quarry project, pursuant to Minnesota Rules, part 4410.4300, subpart 12.B. and

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20Feb 1733
Natural Resource Extraction

Natural resource extraction includes activities dedicated to the recovery of sand, gravel, rock, oil, natural gas, and other natural materials that are obtained by excavation, drilling, boring, or other methods. In Massachusetts, sand and gravel mining and rock quarries are the most common resource extraction activities that contribute to NPS ...

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29Feb 1223
The effect of gravel mining on rivers | tonyladson

 · The effect of gravel mining on rivers. Advanced economies use a lot of aggregate, about 6 to 12 tonnes per person per year. Most aggregate comes from hard rock quarries but some is sourced from river gravels. It is well know that mining gravel from rivers can cause a lot of problems. Moving gravel miners out of the river and onto the floodplain ...

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24Feb 1603
Sand and gravel mining: effects on ground water resources ...

 · Based on this preliminary study, existing sand and gravel mining regulations (in Maine, USA) can be inferred to provide some protection to water resources. Sand and gravel deposits are important natural resources that have dual uses: mining for construction material and pumping for drinking water. How the mining of sand and gravel affects aquifers and change aquifer vulnerability …

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16Feb 546
Impacts of River Sand Mining | SpringerLink

 · Kanehl P, Lyons J (1992) Impacts of instream sand and gravel mining on stream habitat and fish communities including a survey on the Big Rib river, Marathon County, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Research Report 155, p 58 Google Scholar

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5Feb 1305
Division of Mineral Resources Management

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has started construction to address abandoned mine land (AML) hazards and create recreation space in Jefferson County. Once complete, the Friendship Park Highwall Reclamation Project will offer a safe place for …

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29Feb 1835
Neighbors express concerns about proposed sand and gravel ...

 · Neighbors express concerns about proposed sand and gravel mine near Chelsea ... The company hired a consultant to study the effects of groundwater changes from the creation of that lake. The report says the mine is not expected to have a detrimental impact on the hydrologic features of the area. ... by mining, of valuable natural resources from ...

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11Feb 1919
Sand and gravel mining: effects on ground water resources ...

Sand and gravel deposits are important natural resources that have dual uses: mining for construction material and pumping for drinking water. How the mining of sand and gravel affects aquifers ...

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19Feb 1293
OPERATOR''S GUIDE NONMETALLIC MINING

This manual was prepared for use by sand, gravel, and rock ... be carefully regulated in order to avoid or minimize adverse effects on aquatic resources. Therefore, the Department shall, in its review of permit applications ... Other information as required by the Department of Natural Resources in order to make a …

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16Feb 771
Environmental Impact of Gravel Mining in Communities in ...

Increase in demand for sand and gravel mining has recently increased due to its demand in the construction of dams, roads, and building. The environmental impact of sand and gravel mining in three communities in Inyi town in Oji River Local Government Area of …

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10Feb 1873
BIOLOGICAL OPINION

All sand and gravel equipment at the on-shore facility lies outside of the high bank of the river. Wash water from the screening process is passed through settling basins prior to being discharged into Gum Spring Creek and the Osage River. This discharge is permitted by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MO-G500010). Conservation ...

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7Feb 1942
Mining and mineral resources of Minnesota | Minnesota DNR

Local government is responsible for the preparation of an EAW. For more information about the permits that may be required for sand and gravel mining, contact your local planning office. Construction Aggregate Fact Sheets: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources- Lands and Minerals. Fact Sheet 1: Environmental Regulations for Aggregate Mining ...

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13Feb 1278
REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READINGS

Extracted Sand and Gravel Lands to an Agricultural After-Use, Ontario Department of Natural Resources, Mineral Resources Branch, Industrial Mineral Background Paper 3, Ministry of Natural Resources, Toronto, Ontario. Marx, D. and L. F. Marrs, E. Cordell, September/October 1998, "Establishment of Vegetation on Mine

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17Feb 1257
Impacts of riverine sand mining on freshwater ecosystems ...

 · Increasingly, there are media reports about the negative environmental and social impacts of sand mining, and as calls grow for stronger regulation of mining (Schandl et al., 2016), there is a need to understand the scientific evidence of mining impacts to underpin management. Impacts of sand mining on rivers may be direct or indirect (Figure 1 ...

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