2 edition of Earth resistivity investigations in reclaimed surface lignite mine spoils found in the catalog.
Earth resistivity investigations in reclaimed surface lignite mine spoils
Alan E. Kehew
Bibliography: p. 30.
|Statement||by A.E. Kehew and G.H. Groenewold.|
|Series||Report of investigation / North Dakota Geological Survey ;, no. 77, Report of investigation (North Dakota Geological Survey) ;, no. 77.|
|Contributions||Groenewold, Gerald H.|
|LC Classifications||TN24.N9 A3 no. 77, TN319 A3 no. 77|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||83622500|
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Conditions in reclaimed spoils at surface lignite mines. The general geologic setting of the mines studied was determined to present serious limitations to the application of the method. The basic difficulty encountered was the lack of resistivity contrast within subsurface materials at the mines.
The. Earth resistivity investigations in reclaimed surface lignite mine spoils. [Grand Forks, N.D.]: North Dakota Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Alan E Kehew; Gerald H Groenewold.
NIOSHTIC-2 Publications Search - - Earth Resistivity Investigations in Reclaimed Surface Lignite Mine Spoils. Earth resistivity surveys using the wenner electrode configuration were made in unmined areas and reclaimed spoils at three surface lignite mines in western North Dakota.
Tadkeshwar lignite mine, located in Surat district of Gujarat state, India is one such mine which is facing land slide problem because of movement of groundwater in a segment of the mine. This paper describes the results of electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) carried out in the mine lease area to locate groundwater potential : S.
Rai, S. Thiagarajan, Dewashish Kumar. In this paper is studied the dynamics of the soil microbial structure and function, and enzymatic activities during a chronosequence (0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 years) after reclamation of coal mine areas with wheat (Triticum aestivum).Due to the homogeneity induced by monoculture all over the sites, similarity in the dynamics of structural and functional soil attributes was by: Mining activities for mineral resources over the years have resulted in major soil damage.
Due the removal process of desired mineral materials, soil textures have been destroyed, various nutrient cycles have been disturbed, and microbial communities have been altered, affecting vegetation and leading to the destruction of wide areas of land in many countries.
Abstract. An electrical resistivity survey was completed at the Landusky mine. The survey consisted of 15 lines on the surface of the reclaimed Suprise pit, Queen Rose pit. the American Society for Testing and Materials lignite is a brownish-black, low-rank coal, which has a heating value less than MJ kg−1, determined on a moist, mineral-matter-free basis.
According to this deﬁnition lignite occurs in two subclasses: lignite A (− MJ kg−1) and lignite B (less than MJ kg−1). Outside. Lignite Mining & Reclamation Process ‐ Increased surface mining in the early s led to passage of the first reclamations laws in the s in the East ‐ There are st acres of abandoned mined lands or “orphan spoils” still in North Dakota.
Much of this land is managed by the Game & Fish Department for wildlife habitat and. The Surface Mining Act placed a levy per ton on all coal produced in the USA.
This fund can be used to finance the restoration of areas that were not reclaimed in the past and other action needed to alleviate off-site impacts of the unreclaimed areas. From a new consideration has been given to the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act. The reclamation of surface (opencast) coal mines is not always successful; there remains a legacy of degraded land that burdens local communities.
This article evaluates a community-oriented, low-cost means of geoecological regeneration, the “Cradle for Nature” strategy, which uses mosaic tree planting to foster positive natural ecological processes. Alan Kehew currently works at the Department of Geosciences, Western Michigan University.
Alan does research in Hydrology, Geochemistry and Geomorphology. His current project is 'Quaternary. Earth resistivity surveys using the Wenner electrode configuration were made in unmined areas and reclaimed spoils at three surface lignite mines in western North Dakota.
The study sites were the Center, Indian Head, and Falkirk Mines. Automatic interpretation of the curves was accomplished with the method of Zohdy and Bisdorf ().
Request PDF | On Oct 1,Marziyeh Yousefi and others published Mineralogical study of the Ghoznavi coal mine, eastern Alborz | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Mining and Reclamation 1. Obtain mining rights and regulatory approvals 2. Establish water management 3. Remove topsoil and subsoil 4.
Move overburden and remove coal 5. Grade spoils to approximate original contour 6. Spread subsoil and topsoil and seed with grasses or. investigator of the EPA Surface Impoundment Assessment for North Dakota, (4) geological and environmental geologic mapping of the Minot, North Dakota area, (5) earth resistivity investigation of reclaimed surface lignite mine spoils, (6) hydrogeologic study of oil and gas well.
Electromagnetic and Electrical methods measure changes in resistivity. Cavities alter urement of minute changes in the earth’s gravity field caused by the lack of near-surface mass associated with the mine.
Basically, you weigh less when you are standing over a mining and geotechnical investigations, but the use of. For example, since the passage of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) in the U.S., direct fees have been collected by government agencies from existing coal mining companies.
Various states and Native American tribes have used over US$ billion of those funds to reclaim almost “, acres of hazardous high. Earth Resistivity Investigations in Reclaimed Surface Lignite Mine Spoils, by A.
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When reclaiming the surface of the Radovesická dump in the North Bohemian brown coal basin, the most commonly used marls and marlstones are extracted in the foreland of filled-in territory. The most frequent reclamations are the formation of overgrown and humus anthroposoil.
The soil properties of the anthroposoils for forestry purposes and the growth vitality of a broader assortment of woody.At a special Lignite Research Council meeting today, the LRC members voted in favor of a carbon dioxide capture and [ ] Senator Cramer holds Townhall with Lignite Energy Council members A variety of energy and coal-related topics were addressed by U.S.
Senator Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota) on Wednesday, April This is an electronic copy of the Surface Mining Laws. This web page contains Public Lawthe Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (SMCRA), passed August 3,and all revisions through Decem