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Main Title Water Infiltration Control to Achieve Mine Water Pollution Control - A Feasibility Study.
Author Zava, Frank J. ; Robin, John D. ;
CORP Author West Virginia Dept. of Natural Resources, Charleston.
Year Published 1973
Report Number EPA-14010-HHG; 06892,; R2-73-142
Stock Number PB-217 886
Additional Subjects ( Coal mines ; Water pollution) ; ( Land reclamation ; Feasibility) ; Stratigraphy ; Strip mining ; Ground water ; Watersheds ; Underground mining ; Surface water runoff ; West Virginia ; Chemical composition ; Water quality ; Effectiveness ; Water pollution abatement ; Mine acid drainage
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NTIS  PB-217 886 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 197p
Abstract
The study determined the feasibility of conducting a full-scale demonstration to document the effectiveness of land reclamation at mined-out areas in establishing surface water infiltration control to prevent acid mine water pollution. The study site was the Dents Run Watershed, Monongalia County, West Virginia. Investigative measures included: investigation of each mine area and opening; a detailed description of each site; sampling and analysis of all receiving streams and discharge points to determine the severity of acid mine water pollution; and evaluation and selection of weir structures, monitor enclosures and instruments to be placed in unattended areas to provide a continuous record of stream conditions. Recommendations and cost estimates are presented for reclamation at each site and for the installation of monitoring facilities. (Author Modified Abstract)