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Land surface reclamation
H. P. Sims
|Statement||H. P. Sims ; prepared for the Alberta Land Surface Conservation and Reclamation Council by Alberta Department of Environment, Research Secretariat.|
|Series||Staff report - Alberta Department of Environment, Research Secretariat ; no. 3|
|Contributions||Alberta. Land Conservation and Reclamation Council., Alberta. Alberta Environment. Research Secretariat.|
|LC Classifications||Z5074.R4 S55 1979, TC805 S55 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 201 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||201|
|LC Control Number||80474662|
may be cited as the surface-mining land conservation and reclamation act. History: L. , ch. , § 1; July 1. Same; policy statement. It is the policy of this state to provide for the reclamation and conservation of land affected by surface mining and thereby to preserve natural resources, protect and perpetuate the taxable value. 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. AML Reclamation Economic Development Pilot Program.
Abandoned mined land reclamation remains a contentious issue, with environmental, economic, and legal ramifications. This pathfinder serves as an aid for the researcher looking to find more information on abandoned mined lands reclamation, particularly in Appalachia, . The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (SMCRA) is the primary federal law that regulates the environmental effects of coal mining in the United States.. SMCRA created two programs: one for regulating active coal mines and a second for reclaiming abandoned mine lands. SMCRA also created the Office of Surface Mining, an agency within the Department of the Interior, to promulgate.
The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE) is a branch of the United States Department of the is the federal agency entrusted with the implementation and enforcement of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (SMCRA), which attached a per-ton fee to all extracted coal in order to fund an interest-accruing trust to be used for reclamation of. DOI, through the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE), has presented reclamation awards to coal operators since the initiation of the awards program in In , the DOI requested that the BLM institute its own annual awards program open to nationwide solid mineral operations (non-coal), without regard to land.
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Robert Van Bentum. 01 Dec Paperback. US$ US$ Save. Get this from a library. Land surface reclamation: a review of the international literature. [H P Sims; C B Powter; J A Land surface reclamation book Alberta.
Land Conservation and Reclamation Council.; Alberta. Alberta Environment. Research Management Division.]. Consideration of applications to use Reclamation land, Land surface reclamation book, or waterbodies is completely discretionary and Reclamation reserves the right to refuse to authorize any use which may be incompatible with the federally-authorized purposes of Reclamation projects or interferes with Reclamation's rights or operations.
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Operators on federal lands must include a reclamation plan in their surface use plan of operation to be approved by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) or by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).
BLM and USFS expectations for a reclamation plan can be found in the Chapter 6 of the agencies’ Gold Book: Surface Operating Standards and Guidelines for Oil and Gas Exploration and Development. crossings on, over, or under Reclamation lands, surface of waters, and facilities inclusive of crossings where Reclamation holds a controlling easement interest; communication lines and sites including micro-wave towers, pipelines, transmission lines, roads, trails, and other linear and aerial facilities and their associated uses (lateral.
Step 3: Enclose an application fee of $, payable to the Bureau of Reclamation. Step 4: Submit your completed application with all plans, specifications, maps, and drawings, and application fee to your local or regional Bureau of Reclamation office [ click here to find the addresses to the local or regional Reclamation office in your area ].
Land reclamation is the process of creating new land from the sea. The simplest method of land reclamation involves simply filling the area with large amounts of heavy rock and/or cement, then filling with clay and soil until the desired height is reached.
Draining of submerged wetlands is often used to reclaim land for agricultural use. 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 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. History and origins of land reclamation in the Netherlands. The Netherlands has a coastline that is constantly changing with erosion caused by wind and water.
The Dutch people inhabiting the region had at first built primitive dikes to protect their settlements from the sea. In the northern parts of the Netherlands sea levels fell exposing new land at a rate of 5–10 meters per year between.
The Gold Book. The publication Surface Operating Standards and Guidelines for Oil and Gas Exploration and Development (commonly referred to as the Gold Book) was developed to assist operators by providing information on the requirements for obtaining permit approval and conducting environmentally responsible oil and gas operations on federal lands and on private surface over.
Earthwork and grading (or land shaping) in the reclamation phase of mining must take into account that the land will have been disturbed twice, once in the mining phase and again in the reclamation phase. Major disturbances to land creates complex reactions involving the geology, hydrology, soils, vegetation, land use, and the visual and aesthetic.
About this book Land reclamation, particularly of land disturbed by mining, is a major environmental issue throughout the world. Thirty-eight chapters explore the vast complexities involved in reclamation after large-scale disturbances and provide a broad range of perspectives and examples of reclamation efforts.
What if I have questions on the application. If you have any questions on either application form, their instructions or requirements, please contact your local or regional Bureau of Reclamation office [click here to find the addresses to the local or regional Reclamation office in your area].FormBureau of Reclamation Use Authorization Application.
Footprints: The Evolution of Land Conservation and Reclamation in Alberta. Author(s) / Creator(s) Chandler, G. McKenzie-Brown, P. Bott, R. Footprints: The Evolution of Land Conservation and Reclamation in Alberta is the story of how Alberta’s land conservation and reclamation program came into being and how it has progressed over the past half century.
Get this from a library. Reclamation of surface mined land. [W L G Muir] -- Examines current practices in view of recent legislation in Australasia, Canada, South Africa, the tropics, the United Kingdom, the U.S.A., and West Germany. A use authorization will not be granted when, in the judgment of Reclamation, the use cannot be reasonably accommodated on Reclamation land, facilities, or waterbodies because it would: Be incompatible with authorized Project purposes and project operations, safety, or security.
Reclamation of surface-mined lands. [L R Hossner;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: L R Hossner. Find more information about: ISBN: # Land restoration\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema.
The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE) and the National Mining Association provided funding for these publications, which were published by the NMLRC. Download PDF version of this book Printed copies of both reports are available.
There is a $ fee for each hard copy book requested, in addition to a postage fee. The DOC administers the Surface Mining Land Conservation and Reclamation Act (K.S.A. ) that became effective July 1, The purpose of the program is to ensure any land disturbed for mining purposes, other than coal and gas, is reclaimed.
Also, he or she may receive any federal funds, state funds or any other funds, and enter into cooperative agreements, for the reclamation of land affected by surface mining.
§ Definitions. As used in this article, unless used in a context that clearly requires a different meaning, the term.Reclamation of land by irrigation was extensively developed by the Soviet the late s the Soviets reported a total of about 27 million acres (11 million hectares) under irrigation, about one-half of this being in the Central Asian republics.
The Syr Darya and Amu Darya rivers were the principal sources of irrigation water in this area. These rivers discharged into the Aral Sea, and.BLM HandbooksThe Bureau of Land Management handbooks provide detailed instructions for implementing the policy and direction described in the BLM manual sections.
Handbooks provide specific detailed instructions, techniques, procedures, practices, and processes. Handbooks do not contain broad objectives, policies or assignment of responsibilities.