2 edition of Water course and drains on land reclamation sites found in the catalog.
Water course and drains on land reclamation sites
Martin J. Haigh
Includes biblilographical references (leaves 30-31).
|Other titles||Water courses and drains on land reclamation sites|
|Statement||by Martin J. Haigh, CPESC for the Land Reclamation Collective, Oxford Brookes University.|
|Contributions||Oxford Brookes University. Land Reclamation Collective.|
|LC Classifications||TC978.G72 D465 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||94205978|
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Chapter Title Description; 62C Mandatory Phosphate Mine Reclamation. Administrative procedures and reclamation standards for land disturbed by mining operations related to the extraction of phosphate rock or any other person who is obligated to reclaim mined lands pursuant to subsection (1), F.S. This facility provides reclaimed water for Carolina National Golf Course in the Winding River community, The Members Club Golf Course and Reserve Club Golf Course in St.
James. West Brunswick also has 3 dedicated sites for dispersal of reuse water, including International Paper (IP), Mercer Mill. The experience at the Lorraine mine site shows a slight improvement of the water quality in the waste disposal site 10 years after reclamation even if the oxygen barrier is working as : Bruno Bussière.
There are a series of open ditches and these cedar plank drains as well as several (now lost) faggot drains. The area was a shallow lagoon with a sand spit across.
They had hoped to reclaim the land from the sea for agricultural use (epic fail as the land was too salty). The cedar plank drains come out of the land into the open ditches like this. As early asbills were introduced in Congress to encourage irrigation and reclamation of unproductive land and, inthe Desert Land Act linked irrigation to grants of public land.
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attendant air and water pollution; ” and, if an unmanaged post-mining land use is planned, to establish “a diverse, effective, and permanent vegetative cover of the same seasonal variety. Over 75% of the Malibu Creek Watershed is undeveloped, with several small cities and rural residential communi-ties located within its reaches.
The highly visited, world-famous Surfrider Beach is located at the terminus of the wa-tershed. Protecting water quality and biological resources in the Malibu Creek Watershed is paramount for protect. The following examples (from Arbogast et al. (), unless otherwise noted) illustrate the many different ways that sites can be ation can produce economic benefits by reusing pits or quarries as residential property, industrial and commercial properties, office parks, landfills, golf courses, recreational areas, and botanical gardens.
Data from Table show that, for most grassland habitats in Poland, the optimum ground water level is ca. m beneath the land surface. In the last decades, ground water in these habitats has declined in the middle of the growing season to one or more metre, which had a detrimental effect particularly for meadows situated on shallow non-peat by: 2.
This manual contains tools and information for developing plans to minimize soil erosion and prevent sedimentation associated with land disturbing activities.
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Legal and regulatory context. Coal mining is a multifaceted and complex landscape by: 3. Full text of "Engineering for land drainage; a manual for the reclamation of lands injured by water" See other formats. WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT GUIDANCE WPD EPA / RESIDUAL WASTE Management Practices A WATER PLANNER'S GUIDE TO LAND DISPOSAL AUGUST Environmental Protection Agency Water Planning Division Washington, D.C.
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These changes were made to reflect current operating and accounting practices. Irrigation and drainage, artificial application of water to land and artificial removal of excess water from land, respectively. Some land requires irrigation or drainage before it is possible to use it for any agricultural production; other land profits from either practice to increase production.
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