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Office work in the field, pair of geologists reading or reviewing their notes, or books; notice the oil lamp and relaxed posture. Crab Orchard, Lee County, Virginia. 1903.
Background information.—The Powell River watershed has a long history of coal mining. Prior to August 3, 1977, Virginia laws and regulations required the reclamation of areas affected by coal surface mining, but there were no regulations addressing reclamation of underground mines. Flows or seeps from these abandoned mines have long degraded the waters of the Powell River watershed (U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2008). Water that is discharged from these sites can be highly acidic and it commonly contains high concentrations of dissolved iron and aluminum sulfates. This acid mine drainage degrades the water quality of streams and water supplies and is a major contributor to aquatic habitat degradation. Led by...
Categories: Project; Types: Map Service, OGC WFS Layer, OGC WMS Layer, OGC WMS Service; Tags: Acid mine drainage (AMD) abatement, Acid mine drainage abatement, Aquatic, Barren/rock, Daniel Boone Soil and Water Conservation District, All tags...

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