3 edition of Clark Fork reclamation demonstration for floodplain systems impacted by mining found in the catalog.
|Statement||submitted to Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, Resource Indemnity Trust Grants Program ; submitted by Office of the Governor, Headwater RC&D, Deer Lodge Valley Conservation District.|
|Contributions||Montana. Resource Indemnity Trust Grant Program., Montana. Office of the Governor., Headwaters Resource Conservation and Development Project (Mont.), Deer Lodge Valley Conservation District.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 14 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
protocol was developed by the Reclamation Research Unit (Stuart Jennings and Dennis Neuman) and Bitterroot Restoration (Paul Hansen) for assessment of the ecological health of the Clark Fork River floodplain where impacted by historic mine waste (). The Riparian Evaluation System (RipES) is an objective, data. In "Opportunity, Montana," Brad Tyer describes a forgotten town named Opportunity with a century's worth of industrial poison from copper mining clotting the Clark Fork River and a decades-long.
The upper Clark Fork River in western Montana is an ideal site in which to test long term effects of remediation on the sediment quality of a large basin. Numerous EPA Superfund sites are located along the mining-impacted river from the headwaters at Silver Bow . Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S. states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to.
Questions or concerns about USGS streamflow data in Montana and Wyoming can be directed to Kirk Miller ([email protected]; ).Updated - USGS water-resources monitoring will be discontinued at the following site. Muddy Creek near Vaughn, Montana (POR: 82 years); USGS monitoring activities at this site were funded by partner entities and USGS. Because the disturbances that currently exist are the result of decades of flood plain mining and levee building, recovery of the river system should be measured on a similar time scale. Sediment transport rates in the vicinity of the intended pit capture will be the key to .
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Full text of "Clark Fork reclamation demonstration for floodplain systems impacted by mining" See other formats Glcfr iSchafer & Associates Waste Management Land Reclamation Resource Inventory Agricultural Consulting CLARK FORK RECLAMATION DEMONSTRATION FOR FLOODPLAIN SYSTEMS IMPACTED BY MINING STATE DOCUMENTS COLLECTS ':'^9.
CLARK FORK RIVER RIPARIAN EVALUATION SYSTEM (CFR RipES) FOR IMPACTED SOILS AND VEGETATION AREAS POLYGONS AND SLIGHTLY IMPACTED SOILS AND VEGETATION AREA POLYGONS This evaluation is intended for use in the field by appropriately trained and qualified personnel.
Knowledge of the local flora and of riverine channel and floodplain morphology, as well. in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin. The lawsuit, brought under federal and state Superfund laws, sought damages from ARCO, contending that decades of mining and smelting in the Butte and Anaconda areas had greatly harmed natural resources in the basin and deprived Montanans of their use.
sediment is applied to the case of the upper Clark Fork River, Montana, whose. floodplain is contaminated with tailings derived from historical mining activities. Deposition of mine tailings raised the elevation of the floodplain, which now contributes.
contaminated sediment to the by: Natural Resource Damage Program: It's Role in Restoration in the Upper Clark Fork G. Mullen p Surface Mine Reclamation Settings: Facilitating Landscape Planning, Design, and Management Education P.
Nieratko, J. Burley p Aggregate Mining and Wetland Banking D. Schmitt, A. Bauer, J. Burley p Structure/layout of the book 6. 2 Mining and ecological degradation Background The need for land reclamation Mining in India Coal Iron ore Copper, lead and zinc mining Bauxite mining Chromite mining Limestone and other calcareous stone mining Assessment, Restoration and Reclamation of Mining Influenced Soils covers processes operating in the environment as a result of mining activity, including the whole spectra of negative effects of anthropopressure and the environment, from changes in soil chemistry, changes in soil physical properties, geomechanical disturbances, and mine water.
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LRES land reclamation evaluation system MCA Montana Code Annotated MCL Maximum concentration level Clark Fork River Governor’s Demonstration Monitoring (). Prepared for ARCO by Schafer and Associates, Bozeman, MT.
CLARK FORK RIVER OU RECORD OF DECISION PAGE BOIDOC/KM Fisher, K. T., J. Brummer, W. Leininger. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Impact of Mining Activities on the Terrestrial and Aquatic Environment with Emphasis on Mitigation and Remedial Measures. Reclamation of toxic mine waste utilizing sewage sludge: Contrary Creek Demonstration Project, Addendum Report.
U.S. EPA/S, Cincinnati, Ohio, 4 by: The floodplains around Silver Bow Creek and the Clark Fork River were declared Superfund sites because they were contaminated by mining and smelting wastes that washed downstream from Butte and Anaconda during the devastating floods.
ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING ELSEVIER Ecological Engineering 3 () Stream and floodplain restoration in a riparian ecosystem disturbed by placer mining Kenneth F. Karle a, Roseann V. Densmore b U.S. Dept of the Interior, National Park Service, Division of Research and Resource Protection, P.O.
Box 9, Denali National Park and Preserve, AKUSA, b U.S. Dept of the Cited by: University of Montana ScholarWorks at University of Montana Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers Graduate School Effects of floodplain remediation onAuthor: Anna B.
Breuninger. Mining has had significant impacts on fluvial morphodynamics and biogeochemistry because mine wastes have been and still are discharged to river systems (e.g., Ajkwa River, Indonesia; Alonzo et al.
transport of metals from the extensive flood-plain sources in the valley are of continuing concern. Remediation planning and initial cleanup efforts for the upper Clark Fork were begun in the 's as part of a Superfund by: 7.
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The floodplain of the Clark Fork River at the Site was raised through deposition of flood - transported tailings on the overbanks over years ago (Smith et al., ; Smith and Griffin, ). Construction of the Warm Springs Ponds in reduced the transport of contaminated.
Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River. Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River The Milltown Reservoir Sediments Superfund site is in Milltown, Montana.
From the s until the late 20th century, the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers region in western Montana was one of the richest mining regions in the world.Abstract— The wetlands of the Clark Fork Basin provide flood damage reduction, water purification, wildlife habitat and many other values.
But these valuable systems have been damaged by historic land uses and are increasingly threatened by sprawling development.Surface mining reclamation restores vegetation, soil stability, and proper water conditions after mining.
Each site will be completed differently depending on the future use and reclamation law. However, the work completed prevents future environmental degradation and prepares the site for its future use.