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Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Iowa Department of

Iowa has 300+ Abandoned Mind Land (AML) sites, 13,000+ acres of abandoned coal mines that affect the landscape primarily in SE Iowa. AML sites typically include dangerous piles and embankments, highwalls, subsidence, pit ponds, polluted water used for agriculture and human consumption, and bare acidic soils that pollute water through erosion, sedimentation and AMD.

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MINES & MINERALS (M & M)

Division of Soil Conservation and Water Quality–Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship . MINES & MINERALS (M & M) Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation (03/18) Iowa has more that 12,000 acres of abandoned surface coal mines that were active prior to 1977 and are eligible to be reclaimed under Title IV of the Federal Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act, SMCRA (Public Law 95

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Iowa Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Plan Federal

05/12/2002· The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Division of Soil Conservation (DSC) proposed to assume responsibility of the abandoned mine land reclamation (AMLR) emergency program in Iowa. DSC also proposed to revise the Iowa plan to be consistent with the corresponding Federal regulations and to update other portions of its plan to reflect its current practices. In addition,

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30 CFR 915.25 Approval of Iowa abandoned mine land

§ 915.25 Approval of Iowa abandoned mine land reclamation plan amendments. § 915.1 Scope. This part contains all rules applicable only within Iowa which have been adopted under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977. [46 FR 5891, Jan. 21, 1981] § 915.10 State regulatory program approval. The Secretary approved the Iowa regulatory program, as submitted February 28,

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Iowa Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Plan Federal

13/08/2002· The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Division of Soil Conservation (DSC) proposes to assume responsibility of the abandoned mine land reclamation (AMLR) emergency program in Iowa. DSC also proposes to revise its AMLR plan in response to a letter sent by OSM (Administrative Record No. AML-IA-39) and to update other portions of its AMLR plan to reflect current practices. Iowa

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Review of the Abandoned Mined Land Reclamation Iowa

(2009) Review of the Abandoned Mined Land Reclamation program administered by the Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship for the period July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2008. Auditor of State

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abandoned mined land reclamation iowa department of

abandoned mined land reclamation iowa department of. proposed Judge Abandoned Mine Land (AML) reclamation project is not likely to adversely affect any threatened or endangered species. The proposed project is located in Monroe County, Iowa. Get Price. Abandoned Mine Lands Technical Resources US EPA. The Abandoned Mine Lands Team Reference Notebook illustrates the extent of abandoned mine

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Abandoned underground coal mines of Des Moines, Iowa and

Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Division of Soil Conservation and the U.S. Department of Interior, Office of M ining and Land Reclamation provided financial support for the research which is presented in this report. Iowa Department of Natural Resources Larry J. Wilson, Director. m. TABLE OF CONTENTS Page. PART L COAL MINING AND COAL MINES IN THE DES MOINES, IOWA

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The Office of Abandoned Mine Lands and Reclamation

The Office of Abandoned Mine Lands & Reclamation of West Virginia oversees and facilitates the resolving of public safety issues as mine fires & subsidence, hazardous highwalls, mining-impacted water supplies, open shafts and portals, and other dangers resulting from mining before 1977. Such practices were established by the Surface Mining and Control Act and the creation of the Office of

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Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation

The Bureau of Abandoned Mine Reclamation administers and oversees the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program in Pennsylvania. The bureau is responsible for resolving problems such as mine fires, mine subsidence, dangerous highwalls, open shafts and portals, mining-impacted water supplies and other hazards which have resulted from past coal mining (pre-1977) practices in accordance with

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Iowa Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Plan Federal

05/12/2002· The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Division of Soil Conservation (DSC) proposed to assume responsibility of the abandoned mine land reclamation (AMLR) emergency program in Iowa. DSC also proposed to revise the Iowa plan to be consistent with the corresponding Federal regulations and to update other portions of its plan to reflect its current practices. In addition,

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30 CFR 915.25 Approval of Iowa abandoned mine land

§ 915.25 Approval of Iowa abandoned mine land reclamation plan amendments. § 915.1 Scope. This part contains all rules applicable only within Iowa which have been adopted under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977. [46 FR 5891, Jan. 21, 1981] § 915.10 State regulatory program approval. The Secretary approved the Iowa regulatory program, as submitted February 28,

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Abandoned Mine Land reclamation projects help support

"Obviously, the core benefit of these projects is to reclaim the land back to productive use and reduce the environmental and human health impacts left by these abandoned mines," said Todd Parfitt

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"Abandoned underground coal mines of Des Moines,

Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Division of Soil Conservation and the U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Mining and Land Reclamation provided financial support for the research which is presented in this report. Journal Article Version . Version of Record. Published Article/Book Citation. Howes, Mary R., Matthew A. Culp, and Helene Greenburg. Abandoned

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Abandoned underground coal mines of Des Moines, Iowa and

Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Division of Soil Conservation and the U.S. Department of Interior, Office of M ining and Land Reclamation provided financial support for the research which is presented in this report. Iowa Department of Natural Resources Larry J. Wilson, Director. m. TABLE OF CONTENTS Page. PART L COAL MINING AND COAL MINES IN THE DES MOINES, IOWA

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CFDA 15.252 Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation (AMLR

Change Desctiption: Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation (AMLR) Program Objective. The objectives are to protect the public, health, safety and general welfare, and restore land, water and environmental resources affected by coal and non-coal mining practices that occurred prior to August 3, 1977 . Reported Expenditures. Fiscal Year End 2020 2019 2018. Total reported expenditures $0

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Abandoned Mine Lands U.S. Department of the Interior

07/06/2017· OFFICE OF SURFACE MINING RECLAMATION AND ENFORCEMENT U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES SUBCOMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OVERSIGHT HEARING ON THE OFFICE OF SURFACE MINING RECLAMATION AND ENFORCEMENT’S ABANDONED MINE LAND

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Mined Land Reclamation Department of Lands

31/07/2020· Mined Land Reclamation; Minerals Leasing; Abandoned Mine Lands; Rockhounding; OGCC; News. News Releases; Rulemaking; Home; About Mining; Mined Land Reclamation ; Mined Land Reclamation. The IDL regulates surface mining and the surface effects of underground mining in the state of Idaho. Surface mining is the extraction of minerals from the ground by removing the soil

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Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation

The Bureau of Abandoned Mine Reclamation administers and oversees the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program in Pennsylvania. The bureau is responsible for resolving problems such as mine fires, mine subsidence, dangerous highwalls, open shafts and portals, mining-impacted water supplies and other hazards which have resulted from past coal mining (pre-1977) practices in accordance with

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The Office of Abandoned Mine Lands and Reclamation

The Office of Abandoned Mine Lands & Reclamation of West Virginia oversees and facilitates the resolving of public safety issues as mine fires & subsidence, hazardous highwalls, mining-impacted water supplies, open shafts and portals, and other dangers resulting from mining before 1977. Such practices were established by the Surface Mining and Control Act and the creation of the Office of

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