3 edition of Vegetation establishment on reclaimed coal mine spoils in northwestern New Mexico found in the catalog.
Vegetation establishment on reclaimed coal mine spoils in northwestern New Mexico
1991 by USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in [Fort Collins, Colo.] .
Written in English
|Statement||Richard E. Francis, P.R. Fresquez, and G.J. Gonzales|
|Series||Research note RM -- 500|
|Contributions||Fresquez, Philip R, Gonzales, G. J, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)|
|The Physical Object|
The characterization of suitable microsites for tree seedling establishment and growth is one of the most important tasks to achieve the restoration of native forest using natural processes in disturbed sites. For that, we assessed the natural Quercus petraea forest expansion in a year-old reclaimed open-cast mine under sub-Mediterranean climate in northern Spain, Cited by: 6.
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Vegetation establishment on reclaimed coal mine spoils in northwestern New Mexico. [Fort Collins, Colo.]: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Laguna Indian Reservation, Cibola County, New Mexico Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Rio Puerco Resource Area,United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Albuquerque Area Office Publisher: N.A ISBN: N.A Category: Nature Page: N.A View: Landscape and Urban Planning, 17 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands Infiltration Rates and Erosion Associated With Reclaimed Coal Mine Spoils in West Central New Mexico* CHRISTOPHER E.
SANCHEZ and M. KARL WOOD Department ofAnimal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces Cited by: Over 23 million tons of coal was produced from New Mexico coal mines in Most of the production goes to electrical generation at power stations in New Mexico and Arizona.
Coal is the most valuable mineral commodity mined in the New Mexico creating more jobs and revenues to the state and counties than any other mineral commodity. type lysimeters installed in a reclaimed coal spoil.
Soil-water access tubes were used to monitor soil-water content at the coal spoil and at an adjacent undisturbed area. Results of the monitoring indicate that the undisturbed soils are nearly saturated at to 5 feet. Coal spoils are not near saturation at similar by: 7. At this early age of the reclaimed area, significant plant parameter differences in reclaimed treatments or between years were limited.
Higher values for average number of plant species were determined in the cm reclaimed treatment in all 3 years ().In the cm reclaimed treatment, total vegetation canopy cover at 58% was significantly higher than the cm Cited by: The New Mexico Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department publishes production data annually in a booklet entitled New Mexico's Natural Resources.
A paper copy of this document can be obtained free of charge in the publications office of the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources. Exploitation of coal resources was known since the days of Spanish rule, as European methods of resource extraction crossed the Atlantic.
The first identified coal field in the country in the country is the Rio Sabinas basin, west of the old capital city of first Mexican mine to produce coal on an industrial scale was the Alamo Mine, in San Felipe, Coahuila, in A number of new mines have received permits under the act.
However, the new mines have been fairly small, and no new large metal mine has been permitted under the act. New Mexico is not alone in this regard. Few new large metal mines have opened anywhere in.
Aggregate recovery in reclaimed coal mine soils of SW Virginia appropriate management strategies to favor not only the establishment of desirable vegetation, but also preservation of soil. A greenhouse study was conducted to evaluate the effect of fly ash (0, 10, 20, 30, and 40 g kg/sup -1/ of spoil) and agricultural lime (0, 10, 20, 40, and 80 g kg/sup -1/ of spoil) on ameliorating the low pH of acidic coal mine spoils.
Topsoil depths of 0, 10, and 20 cm placed over the spoil were. PREFACE This report, Coal Resources of New Mexico, is the fifth of a series of State summary. reports prepared by the U. as part of a program to es of.
the United s coalCited by: 8. SinceNew Mexico regulatory program has worked in partnership with the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement to ensure all surface coal mining operations minimize adverse effects Vegetation establishment on reclaimed coal mine spoils in northwestern New Mexico book the environment, protect the public interest and the rights of property owners, and return mined lands to a beneficial Postmining land use.
Mining activities for mineral resources over the years have resulted in major soil damage. Due the removal process of desired mineral materials, soil textures have been destroyed, various nutrient cycles have been disturbed, and microbial communities have been altered, affecting vegetation and leading to the destruction of wide areas of land in many : Mihai Buta, Gheorghe Blaga, Laura Paulette, Ioan Păcurar, Sanda Roșca, Orsolya Borsai, Florina Grecu.
A chronosequence study consisting of 0- 5- and year-old reclaimed mine soils in Ohio was initiated to assess the rate of C sequestration by pasture and forest establishment. A service road leads to entrance portals at the San Juan Mine in northwestern New Mexico.
The mine, run by the Westmoreland Coal Co., supplies the. The Jim Bridger Mine is located in southwestern Wyoming, 20 miles north of Rock Springs. Currently, the mine disturbs approximately ac/yr. The mine is situated in the Red Desert, a region used primarily as winter range for sheep.
The. The San Juan Generating Station near Farmington, New Mexico, was recently downsized when two of the four units were shut down. The coal-fired plant is fed by the adjacent mine owned by the San.
EPA/ December ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF WESTERN COAL SURFACE MINING Part I - The Limnology and Biota of Mine Spoils Ponds in Northwest Colorado by Steven P. Canton and James V. Ward Department of Zoology and Entomology Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado Grant No. R Project Officer Donald I.
Mount. New Mexico Mining History Although New Mexico has had the lowest historical gold production among the western states, it has still had a long and varied mining history.
The state has had significant mining of many resources - silver, copper, gold, coal, and is the largest uranium producer in the United States. Tipple of Weaver Coal Mine at Gallup New Mexico, ca Abandoned & Inactive Coal Mines of the Gallup Coal Field McKinley County, New Mexico.
Final Report for Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement. Washington, DC by. Gretchen Hoffman and Maureen Wilks. New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, New Mexico TechFile Size: KB.
The mining of coal in the eastern United States has had significant effects on wildlife populations and their habitats. The extraction of coal by various means (deep mining, longwall mining, contour mining, area mining, or mountaintop removal mining with valley fill) has aFile Size: KB. Aldon EF () Techniques for establishing native plants on coal mine spoils in New Mexico.
In: Boyer JF (ed) 3 rd Symp. Surface Mining and Reclamation, vol 1. NCA/BCR Coal Conference and Expo. II, Washington, D.C.
Google ScholarCited by: 1. Iron Ore And Taconite Mine Reclamation And Revegetation Practices On The Mesabi Range In Northeastern Minnesota. David A. Felleson. Introduction. One of the world’s richest deposits of iron ore is located in central North America on the Mesabi, Cuyuna, and Vermilion Iron Ranges in northeastern Minnesota.
Iron mining operations began on. FARMINGTON – Officials in northwestern New Mexico are grappling with the likely effects of a coal power plant closure near the Navajo. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 61COAL MINING IN THE WESTERN SAN JUAN BASINst Field Conference, Four Corners Country,p.
COAL MINING IN THE WESTERN SAN JUAN BASIN, SAN JUAN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO MERCIER, JOHN M. Mine Geologist, BHP Billiton, New Mexico Coal, San Juan Coal Company, P.O. Box. FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) — Officials in northwestern New Mexico are grappling with the likely financial effects of a coal power plant closure near the Navajo Nation and in one of the country's poorest states.
At a tense meeting with lawmakers on Thursday, Farmington Mayor Nate Duckett said waiting for the generating station to close in the Four Corners region is "a. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract. The New Mexico Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Program recently completed reclamation of the Swastika Mine on the Vermejo Park Ranch near Raton, NM.
Historic mining activities left steep piles of coal waste which were eroding into the adjacent channelized ephemeral stream. Project goals were to. This page was last edited on 15 Januaryat Content is available under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike.
SourceWatch is a project of the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD). Excavations at Two Pueblo II Sites On the San Juan Mine Coal Lease, Northwestern New Mexico. Penelope Whitten, M. Swift, A. Reed. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following CollectionsAuthor: Penelope Whitten, Marilyn Swift, Alan Reed.
The Amigos Bravos Full Reclamation and Closure Plan for the Molycorp molybdenum mine in Questa, New Mexico, has been developed to meet the requirements of the New Mexico Water Quality Act, the New Mexico Mining Act and other relevant state and federal Size: 3MB. This Month in New Mexico History May 7, - The Pueblo ruins of Kuaua and Puaray along the Rio Grande north of Albuquerque are opened to.
This finding showed that the effects of topographic factors on vegetation restoration in an opencast coal mine dump located in a loess area were not obvious, but the relationship between the soil factors and the vegetation data was clear.
The correlation between soil factors and topographic factors obtained through the RDA is shown in Table 4 Cited by: By R. Zeller, Jr.,reprintedpp., 3 tables, 19 figs., 6 plates, 1 index.
This stratigraphic study was concentrated in the Big Hatchet Mountains of southwestern New Mexico, where Paleozoic rocks are completely exposed, and in Mojado Pass to the south, where Cretaceous rocks crop : Robert A Zeller. The New Mexico case comes as the U.S.
coal industry is fighting for survival. Cheap and plentiful natural gas and federal rules on air pollution and carbon emissions have inflicted a one-two punch. Dawson, New Mexico. Dawson, New Mexico inphoto courtesy Denver Public Library.
Only one old building can still be seen today, viewed from the road to the cemetery, September, Before and after Dawson became a coal mining mecca, it was ranchland. COAL IN MEXICO Robert-Bruce Wallace1 The object of this research is to undertake an analysis of the coal industry in Mexico as indicated in the title.
This will include not only the extraction of coal but also its principle uses (coal-fired electricity generation with thermal quality coal and industry uses with coking quality coal).File Size: 1MB.
Survival and Growth of Containerized Native. northern New Mexico mine spoils to evaluate cultural treatments including planting date, mulch, drip irrigation, fertilizer regimes and seedling protection. Two years after planting, survival rates in northwestern New Mexico near Gallup.
The mine is situated within the. May 6, - Corregidor Island surrenders to Japan, ending a five-month Philippines defense by many New Mexico National Guardsmen of the th and th coastal artillery units.
Many died in the Bataan Death March and three years of inhumane captivity. Initial reclamation efforts in the mountainous area of northeastern New Mexico have proven successful at Kaiser Steel Corporation's York Canyon Coal Mines. The use of all native plant species for revegetation and a special mulching technique have minimized erosion problems.
Partial highwall retention is being used to blend mined areas into the rugged physiognomy of Author: Marcia Hamann Wolfe. Daphne Place, Environmental Engineer, Navajo Mine Extension Project, Ap Slide 1 Replace with a photograph Geomorphic Reclamation at BHP Billiton’s New Mexico Coal - Successes, Challenges & Future Daphne Place.
Environmental Engineer, Navajo Mine Extension Project. Ap Shrub preference and utilization by big game on New Mexico reclaimed mine land M. KARL WOOD, BRUCE A. BUCHANAN, AND SKEET Aurhors are professor. Dept. Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State Universiy, Las Crucespresi- dent.
Buchanan Consulrants.P P&M Coal and Molycorp become Chevron Mining. It operates two surface coal mines in Wyoming and New Mexico and an underground coal mine in Alabama. Molycorp, formed inoperates an.