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|Main Title||Erosion and sediment control : surface mining in the eastern U.S., planning.|
|CORP Author||Hittman Associates, Inc., Columbia, Md.;Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio. Office of Technology Transfer.|
|Publisher||Environmental Protection Agency, Technology Transfer,|
|Report Number||EPA-625/3-76-006; EPA-625/3-76-006a; EPA-625/3-76-006b; PB261343|
|Stock Number||PB-261 343|
|Subjects||Strip mining. ; Coal mines and mining.|
|Additional Subjects||Surface mining ; Water pollution control ; Erosion control ; Coal mining ; Management planning ; Sedimentation ; Suspended sediments ; Soil erosion ; Strip mining ; Surface water runoff ; Vegetation ; Regulations ; Government policies ; Land reclamation ; Site selection ; Surveys ; Drainage ; Design ; Dikes ; Earth dams ; Construction ; Pennsylvania ; West Virginia ; Kentucky ; Strip mining--environmental aspects ; Soil conservation--Northeastern states ; Reclamation of land--Northeastern states ; Sediment control--Northeastern states|
|Collation||102 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
This publication presents an evaluation of the effectiveness of sediment ponds in reducing suspended solids in the runoff from surface mining activities. Nine selected sedimentation ponds in the three eastern coal-mining States of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Kentucky were sampled under two different operating conditions, a baseline and rainfall event. Their theoretical and actual efficiencies of removal of suspended solids were computed and compared.
v. l. Planning -- v. 2. Design.