Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines

Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines

By: Jon Bryan Burley (author)Hardback

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Description

This text describes the procedures employed in surface mining operations to create usable land after the mining operations cease. Specialists in reclaiming surface mine landscapes explain the principles of reclaiming land for specific uses. Case studies and examples from across the globe are included, planning and design professionals from the USA, Canada, Australia, and Greece. This book should interest professional planners, engineers, lanscape architects, land managers, and environmental scientists.

Contents

Post-mining land-use reclamation - an introduction from a planning and design perspective, Jon Bryan Burley; case study - an ordination of reclamation regulations, Debra Geller, Anthony M. Bauer, Jon Bryan Burley; the principles of mining, Georgeanna Collins; mining and reclamation - a Florida phosphate case study, Jon Bryan Burley; taconite tailings basin case study - accommodating a Minnesota northshore environment, Jon Bryan Burley; reclamation laws and regulations - insight into post-mining land-use planning and design, Norman Dietrich; soil productivity laws and regulations - an American case study, Jon Bryan urley; site planning for operations and development, Anthony M. Bauer, Jon Bryan Burley; Northern Colorado case study, John Paliga, Jayne Kopperl, Kevin C. Dunnett; design principles for creating housing, commercial, and industrial lands, Jon Bryan Burley; design principles for reclamation of agricultural lands, Joe Friedlander; agriculture in the north - a Canadian case study, Judith A. Smith; unique challenges require unique solutions - a New Mexico reclamation case study, Walter Ruzzo; design principles for creating forested lands, Jon Bryan Burley; soil based vegetation productivity models for the revegetation of surface-mined lands, Jon Bryan Burley; adapting disturbed land to recreational uses, William Winslow III, Dennis Law; zoological ugarden case study, Jim Ruelle, Elizabeth Berg, Brian Eilertson; the use of natural process in mining and reclamation, Sue Massie, Paul Vehlow; post-mining bauxite reclamation - a landscape stabilization case study, Keith Winterhalder, William E. Lautenbach, Peter J. Beckett; reclamation design principles for wildlife, Jeffrey E. Green, Richard E. Salter, Gail Harrison, Craig W. Johnson; habitat restoration case studies - the San Diego river, surface mining, and the endangered Least Bell's Vireo, Gary R. Ruyle; design principles for recreating visual quality on surface mined landscapes, John C. Ellsworth; computer applications in post-mining land-use planning and design, Merlyn J. Paulson; planning considerations for multiple post-mining land-uses and special land-uses, Todd W. Lewis, Jon Bryan Burley, Tom Niemen, Diane Mashako; reclamation and reuse case study of the Lexington Quarry, George W. Riddle.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773474789
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 504
  • ID: 9780773474789
  • ISBN10: 0773474781

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