4 edition of Characterization and effectiveness of remining abandoned coal mines in Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Characterization and effectiveness of remining abandoned coal mines in Pennsylvania
|Statement||by Jay W. Hawkins.|
|Series||Report of investigations -- 9562., Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 9562.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Mines.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 37 p.|
|Number of Pages||37|
The Mercer Iron and Coal Company opened the mines at Stoneboro in and has had a consecutive history in the mining industry since that time. R.P. Cann, manager of the company, is one of the ablest coal operators in the county, and has been manager of this company for thirty-five years. Mining was, of course, extremely dangerous, but beginning in , Pennsylvania law required miners (workers at the coal face) to pass a safety examination and have two years’ prior experience as mine laborers — a law that probably enhanced safety and incidentally made it more difficult for coal operators to replace strikers.
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CHARACTERIZATION AND EFFECTIVENESS OF REMINING ABANDONED COAL MINES IN PENNSYLVANIA By Jay W. Hawkins ABSTRACT Under an approved remining program, mine operators can remine abandoned coal mines without assuming legal responsibility for treatment of the previously degraded water, as long as the discharging.
A U.S. Bureau of Mines review of remining permits in Pennsylvania indicates that remining results in substantial reclamation of abandoned mine lands, utilization of significant quantities of coal, and reduction of contaminant loads (acidity and iron) from degraded mine drainage discharges.
Get this from a library. Characterization and effectiveness of remining abandoned coal mines in Pennsylvania. [Jay W Hawkins; United States.
Bureau of Mines.]. Figure 2 — Distribution of remining sites in the bituminous coal field of Pennsylvania that were examined for this study.
ing remining a very significant contributor to the abandoned mine land reclamation effort. Study sites The data used for this study were derived from mine sites located in the bituminous coal fields of Pennsylvania.
Since. Today we're exploring an old, abandoned coal mine that was active in the s. The mine blew away our expectations with its depth and size.
Enjoy the exploration with us. The history of coal is a long one, stretching back 25 centuries or more. In the fourth century B.C., the Greek philosopher Aristotle mentioned coal in his book, Meteorology.
Coal was commonly used in Europe as early as the thirteenth century; however, with the invention of the steam. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's Office of Active and Abandoned Mine Operations has collaborated with Pennsylvania State University to produce the Pennsylvania Mine Map Atlas.
This enormous resource contains thousands of detailed coal mine maps that can be overlaid on a variety of base maps for the entire state, including terrain, topographic and road. If not, please contact the Pennsylvania Characterization and effectiveness of remining abandoned coal mines in Pennsylvania book of Environmental Protection at [email protected] to inquire how to obtain a copy of the mine map image.
Please include the following in your email. HYDROLOGY OF THE ABANDONED COAL MINES IN THE WYOMING VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA By Jerrald R. Hollowell U.S. Geological Survey Prepared by the United States Geological Survey,- in cooperation v/ith the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources and the United States Bureau of : Jerrald R.
Hollowell. Faces blackened by coal and helmet lamps lit by fire are no longer parts of the everyday lives of miners in the region. Early Coal Mining in the Anthracite Region is a journey into a world that was once very familiar. These vintage photographs of collieries, breakers, miners, drivers, and breaker boys illuminate the dark of the anthracite mines/5(22).
From the Miners' Doublehouse: Archaeology and Landscape in a Pennsylvania Coal Characterization and effectiveness of remining abandoned coal mines in Pennsylvania book Town Metheny has captured Characterization and effectiveness of remining abandoned coal mines in Pennsylvania book essence of life in a coal mining town.
Following a brief history of company towns in the United States, Metheny focuses her study on the mining town of Helvetia, Pennsylvania in the bituminous coal by: Books shelved as coal-mining: Gray Mountain by John Grisham, Fall of Giants by Ken Follett, Faith, Hope, and Ivy June by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, How Gre.
The maps to these coal mines are stored at various public and private locations (if they still exist at all) throughout the commonwealth. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Active and Abandoned Mine Operations (DEP) is involved in many projects dealing with historic and active mine map restoration and : Jennie Levine Knies.
Another deep anthracite coal mine not far from the Glen Burn is the Buck Slope mine, located Characterization and effectiveness of remining abandoned coal mines in Pennsylvania book Upper Excelsior, Pennsylvania. Apparently, like many small coal towns of the day, Excelsior used to be a rather hopping place, complete with a movie theater and prostitutes, one of which apparently used to walk along the road to attract clients.
Learn About The Pennsylvania Coal Mining Industry On This Coal Mine Ride Chatterley Whitfield Colliery - UK Coal Mine Experience the state's rich history as you ride an old-fashioned steam train and go into the mountainside at this old coal mine in Pennsylvania.
Coal Mine Methane Recovery at Active and Abandoned U.S. Coal Mines: Current Projects and Potential Opportunities Updated July The following tables identify current and potential methane utilizatio n project opportunities at U.S.
coal mines. Additional information can be found in CMOP ’s report “ Identifying Opportunities for. This book/set includes maps showing mined out areas and other land use for the anthracite region of Pennsylvania.
Anthracite coal mining region of NE Pennsylvania This research guide focuses on resources, images, and other resources specific to the anthracite mined : Linda Musser. coal remining operations at existing AML sites. Between andPennsylvania issued approximately Rahall-type permits compared to about 30 such permits in all other states combined.
This summary paper outlines the basics of the new Coal Remining Subcategory and provides. Mining in Pennsylvania was a well regulated industry after the Avondale mine disaster in Details of mining accidents, fatal and nonfatal, can be found in the volumes of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Mine Inspector ations began in and continues today; however, the reports are only genealogically useful until the ’s.
Abandoned, Old & Interesting Places - Western PA July 8, Elizabeth Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania The Warden Mine, a bituminous coal mine located in the Douglas Hollow area of Elizabeth Township, PA, opened in and closed in July of Abandoned mine lands are those lands, waters, and surrounding watersheds contaminated or scarred by the extraction, beneficiation or processing of coal, ores and minerals.
Abandoned mine lands include areas where mining or processing activity is determined to have ceased. Filed under: Coal mines and mining -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh Substantial prosperity: illustrated by diagrams showing panics, periods of prosperity and logical forecast of the future: coal production and exhaustion of coal with special reference to Pittsburgh coal district / by H.A.
Kuhn. (Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh-Westmoreland Coal, Chapter 1 Introduction Introduction The Abandoned Mine Site Characterization and Cleanup Handbook (Handbook) has been developed by the Environmental Protection Agency as a resource for project managers working on addressing the environmental concerns posed by inactive mines and mineral processing sites.
Page - The ventilating currents shall be conducted and circulated to and along the face of each and every working place throughout the entire mine, in, sufficient quantities to dilute, render harmless, and sweep away smoke and noxious and dangerous gases, to such an extent that all working places and travelling roads shall be in a safe and fit state to work and travel therein.
Coal mining began in Pennsylvania in the mid's, fueled by the Colonial iron industry. Bituminous (soft) coal was first mined in Pennsylvania about at "Coal Hill" (present-day Mount Washington), just across the Monongahela River from the city of : Albrecht Powell. About Pennsylvania, Coal Employment Records, The Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company (LCNC) was formed in by a merger of the Lehigh Coal Company and the Lehigh Navigation Company.
Both had been founded in by Josiah White, Erskine Hazard, and George F. Hauto. The Coal Region is a historically important coal-mining area in Northeastern Pennsylvania in the central Ridge-and-valley Appalachian Mountains, comprising Lackawanna, Luzerne, Columbia, Carbon, Schuylkill, Northumberland, and the extreme northeast corner of Dauphin counties.
Academics have made the distinction between North Anthracite Coal Field and South Anthracite Coal Field, the lower. Continued by: Pennsylvania. Inspectors of Mines. Reports of the Inspectors of Mines of the anthracite coal regions of Pennsylvania for the year.
These "breaker boys" separated impurities from coal by hand. I live only 4 miles from the Coal Museum where this picture is displayed. My family also took the mine tour where my father-in-law actually worked.
Coal mining can also having a drastic impact on communities with mines. In one dramatic example, a mine fire in Centralia, Pennsylvania, has burned underground sincewith no certainty of when the fire might end.
The fire and the gases emitted by the fire have ruined the town. Reports of the Inspectors of Mines of the anthracite coal regions of Pennsylvania for the year Item Preview remove-circle Pennsylvania.
Inspectors of Mines. Reports of the Inspectors of Coal Mines of the anthricite coals regions of Pennsylvania for the year.
Notes ¨Page 51 map partially missing from book. Addeddate With the chill of winter settling in our bones, there are few ways to keep our tootsies toasty.
One of those is coal. Coal deposits are scattered around the world, but the coal from a square mile region of northeast Pennsylvania is special. million years ago in the Paleozoic era, our rugged mountain terrain was a humid swamp land.
Abandoned Mine Problems: What You Need To Know (PDF) These problems may be associated with both underground and surface mined sites and can result in serious damage to improvements. Previously mined land may have many attractive features for development.
Links to PDF versions of Pennsylvania coal mine accident registers fromproviding documentation on mining accidents for the commonwealth's bituminous coal district, are listed below. The information contained within each report changed over time, with a few additional columns of data included in the later reports, as the volume of.
Coal Remining Statistical Support Document List of Tables Section Introduction Table a: Baseline Pollution Load Summary.• •. Section Characteristics of Coal Mine Drainage Discharges Table a: Examples of High Alkalinity in Pennsylvania Mines Section Statistical Methodology for Establishing Baseline Conditions and Setting Discharge Limits at Remining Sites.
Tutorial: How to Use the Pennsylvania Mine Map Atlas. Section 2: How to view, download, and highlight mine maps The PA Mine Map Atlas allows you to view maps, download maps to your computer, and highlight maps so that you can see their exact location. Viewing Maps.
Use your mouse to make a single click on the map in your location of interest. No exact match for coal mines and mining pennsylvania schuylkill county. Showing nearby subjects. Browsing Subjects: "Coal mines and mining -- Pennsylvania -- Fiction" to "Coal trade -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century" (Include extended shelves).
In From the Miners’ Doublehouse, archaeologist Karen Metheny uses an interpretive, contextual approach to examine the physical and cultural landscape of the now-abandoned coal-mining town of Helvetia in western Pennsylvania. The author weaves together documentary sources, oral history, and archaeological evidence to reveal the ways in which mine workers constructed a sense of community Reviews: 1.
This report on the abandoned coal mines in the Gallup coal field of west-central New Mexico brings together all the known mine and coal geology maps, coal reports, and coal mine photographs in this area.
The Gallup field has been a significant coal producing area since the early s. Underground mining began at this time with the constructionFile Size: KB.
revegetate the site. As a result, there are overacres of abandoned mine lands in Pennsylvania. These abandoned mine lands contribute to the pollution of over miles of streams and create an unsafe, unsightly landscape. The estimated cost to address the abandoned mine problems in Pennsylvania is $15 billion including mine subsidence.
Coal Mining Numerous books, both fact and fiction, pdf been written about coal mining. A sampling appear on this page. Baker Towers Jennifer Haigh / January, Bakerton is a community of company houses, church festivals, and firemen's parades. Its neighborhoods include Little Italy, Swedetown, and .This page was last edited on 27 Octoberat Content is available under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike.
SourceWatch is a .The Monday Creek Watershed is located in the Appalachian coal ebook in southeast Ohio. Inthe Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rated it an unrecoverable stream: large portions of Monday Creek and its tributaries were dead due to acid mine drainage from a century of coal mining.