2 edition of inventory of abandoned coal mine lands in Ohio found in the catalog.
inventory of abandoned coal mine lands in Ohio
James Paul Buschur
Written in English
|Statement||by James Paul Buschur|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||106|
BLM Abandoned Mine Lands Program Feasibility Study for AML Inventory Validation and Physical Safety Closures 1 Executive Summary The Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Program of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), operates under multiple authorities. Information on individual abandoned underground mines has been compiled into lists by county and township. Information available on each mine includes, where known: mine name; mine owner, operator, or lessee; type of mine; location by quadrangle and land subdivision; date last surveyed or abandoned; seam/formation identification, elevation, and thickness; and incidental notes.
In , Ohio mines produced more than five million tons of coal. Production increased to ten million tons by During the early to mid twentieth century, coal's value to Ohio's economy began to decline. Much of the coal in Ohio has a high sulfur content, making it less desirable compared to other coals. The abandoned lands assessment has been done to find environmental and safety hazards associated with inactive mines and within limits, to correct these problems. Amuedo and Ivey, , Inactive Coal Mines of the Front Range Area, a mine Inventory and Evaluation of Hazards Arising from Inactive Coal Mine Data and Subsidence Information.
Search Tips. In order to get more accurate results, our advanced search has the following Google-type search functionality: + If you use '+' in front of a word, then that word will be present in the search results. The West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey provides an interactive map of underground and surface coal mining activity in West Virginia. The map shows areas of active and historical coal mining in both underground and surface mines, with separate colors for auger and highwall mining. Users can zoom in on mining areas and retrieve information for individual mines.
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The Abandoned Mine Land Inventory System is a computer system used to store, manage, and report on the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement's Inventory of Abandoned Mine Land Problems. This includes both problems in need of reclamation and those that have been reclaimed.
Abandoned mine lands are those lands, waters, and surrounding watersheds contaminated or scarred by the extraction, beneficiation or processing of coal, ores and minerals. Abandoned mine lands include areas where mining or processing activity is determined to have ceased.
Archived: ODOT Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment Workshop Meeting Agenda. Photos from the Workshop. Columbus, Ohio SeptemberTuesday, Septem Opening Remarks. Rick Ruegsegger, Geotechnical Design, ODOT, opened the Workshop with an explanation of the Workshop schedule, the materials available.
The Office of Surface Mining (OSM) was created to reclaim abandoned coal mines and regulate active coal mines by the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (SMCRA).
Title IV of SMCRA provides for the restoration of lands mined and abandoned or left inadequately restored before August 3, with priority given to projects that. The Division of Mineral Resources Management regulates coal and industrial mineral mining in Ohio.
Welcome to the temporary website of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. We are developing a new, dynamic, and user-friendly website that won’t be ready until late summer. Ohio is ranked 12 th in the nation for subsided land. About acres have been logged in the Office of Surface Mining's Abandoned Mine Land Inventory System.
Ohio is ranked sixth in the nation for spending on subsidence reclamation projects after Wyoming,Pennsylvania,West Virginia,North Dakota and. Alex Meyer / Senior Writer.
O pening up a printed 19th century atlas of Athens County, Tom O’Grady points to dozens of towns that no longer exist — Floodwood, Federal and Salina, for example — or at the once-bustling coal towns that became jagged abandoned buildings and piles of bricks.
Mostly hidden by autumn leaves, an Ohio University student cruising the Hockhocking Adena. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources' Mines of Ohio map is a joint product of the Division of Mineral Resources and the Division of Geological Survey.
The interactive map provides the locations and types of active mining operations for coal and industrial minerals across the state of Ohio.
Also shown are surface affected areas, their reclamation status, and abandoned. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is making a number of modifications to the popular Hocking Hills State Park trails system to better accommodate social distancing.
Lake Erie Walleye Will Provide Fabulous Fishing. As anglers look forward to the Memorial Day weekend, world-class fishing continues to exceed. Today we're exploring an old, abandoned coal mine that was active in the s. The mine blew away our expectations with its depth and size. Enjoy the exploration with us.
The Abandoned Mine Site Characterization and Cleanup Handbook (Handbook) is the result of the collective efforts and contributions of a number of individuals.
During the earliest days of Handbook development, Mike Bishop of EPA Region 8 lead the effort to develop a Superfund Mine Waste Reference Document for EPA project managers working on mine. This number comes from the most comprehensive federal database that we know of – the enhanced Abandoned Mine Lands Inventory System (eAMLIS) maintained by the Office of Surface Mining (OSM).
Of abandoned mine sites shown on the map below, 36, are categorized “ Priority 1″ or “Priority 2 “, meaning they pose a “ threat. About Abandoned Mines. The purpose of the Abandoned Mine Lands Program is to alleviate the safety, health and environmental hazards of past coal mining practices while improving land productivity and enhancing the landscape.
The program has been operating since the early s and has reclaimed more t acres. The U.S. Government's Official Website for the Appalachian Region of the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE).
OSMRE's business practices are to reclaim abandoned mine lands (Title IV), regulate active coal mines (Title V), and apply sound science through technology transfer.
The official website for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Welcome to the Abandoned Mines Web Site. This site is a result of my year endeavor in collecting mine information dating back to the 's. I am truly happy to now make it available via the World Wide Web.
It is a fairly complete mine list for the following counties. COLUMBUS, OH - The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will hold open houses to discuss proposed abandoned mine land projects throughout Ohio. ODNR staff will be available to discuss and answer questions about Ohio mines that were abandoned prior towhen legislation addressing the reclamation of these mine lands went into effect.
Purpose. An inventory of land and water impacted by past mining (primarily coal mining) is maintained by OSMRE to provide information needed to implement the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (SMCRA).
The inventory contains information on the location, type, and extent of AML impacts, as well as, information on the cost associated with the reclamation of those problems. Effects of Abandoned Coal-Mine Drainage. on Streamflow and Water Quality in the Mahanoy Creek Basin, Schuylkill, Columbia, and Northumberland Counties, Pennsylvania, by Charles A.
Cravotta III. U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey. In cooperation with the Schuylkill Conservation District and. The maps listed below are scanned paper maps that were last updated in through These maps are for reference purposes only.
Goshen Township T-7 R-5 #8 Coal. Interactive Ohio Map. InOhio Coal was produced by 31 companies from 80 mines in 18 Ohio counties, and total production increased percent fromtotal, tons. Tonnage from underground production exceeded tonnage from surface production, continuing a trend that began in 18, tons ( percent of total.Throughout the world there are veritable fields of dangerous, exposed holes from mining operations that were simply abandoned after they stopped yielding minerals or coal.
There are an estimatedtoabandoned mine sites in just the Western United States; the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has identified and loca of.Ohio Valley A bandoned Mine Lands.
Spatial data for use in the study and reclamation of abandoned mine lands (AMLs) in the Ohio River Basin are generally available; however, Geographic Information System (GIS) data bases are often disjointed due to political boundaries and (or) are .