Mined land reclamation for fish and wildlife in the eastern United States
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Mined land reclamation for fish and wildlife in the eastern United States by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

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  • Reclamation of land -- United States

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Pagination12 p. :
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL14210007M

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  Leedy, Daniel L. Coal Surface Mining Reclamation and Fish and Wildlife Relationships in the Eastern United States, Volume 1: Past Findings, The Surface Mining Law of (P.L. ), Planning and Management Considerations, and Information Sources, report, January ; Kearneysville, West : Daniel L. Leedy. The Eastern Energy and Land Use Team, in cooperation with West Virginia University, held a symposium, December , , on Surface Mining and Fish/Wildlife Needs in the Eastern United States. The symposium focused on major factors affecting fish and wildlife populations potentially impacted by surface mining in the eastern US. The Mined Land Wildlife Area is one of the most unique areas to fish in the state. Located in the southeast portion of Kansas, there are more than 1, unique previously strip-mined lakes that range in size from acre to 50 acres. Depending on the method of how they were mined, strip pits vary in depth from shallow to deep with steep sided. Mined land reclamation for fish and wildlife in the eastern United States Technical Report Not Available The Eastern Energy and Land Use Team provides landowners, State and Federal agencies, and the mining industry with ecological information and tools aimed at promoting fish and wildlife on lands disturbed by mineral development processes in.

Symposium on Surface Mining and Fish/Wildlife Needs in the Eastern United States ( Morgantown, W. Va.). Surface mining and fish/wildlife needs in the eastern United States. [Washington]: The Service: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., (OCoLC) Material Type. SUSTAINABLE MINED LAND RECLAMATION IN THE EASTERN U. S. COALFIELDS: A CASE FOR AN ECOSYSTEM RECLAMATION APPROACH1 J. A. Burger2 Abstract. The demand for energy throughout the world grows each day, and coal will be needed to meet . Mined-land communities were compared with wildlife communities in nearby nonmined forests to better understand how mining and reclamation practices affect wildlife. Here, as an out-come of that study and considering prior research, we provide recommendations for reclamation practices to enhance use of mined land by wildlife. More than strip-mined lakes up to 50 acres in size. First time ever fishing the Mined Land Wildlife Area. Ended up catching 35 fish with a few decent sized fish! 3 lb. 18 in. Largemouth Bass with a Crankbaits. 1; 6; 6 to the Mined Land Wildlife Area with our 14' Jon Boat. They can all cast top water.

“Field Guide to Wildlife Habitats of the Eastern United States” by Janine M. Benyus At first blush this book seems somewhat simplified, or perhaps “amateurish. The descriptions of various wildlife species are “elementary” and the descriptions of habitat types, though good, are not overly extensive/5(13). use light line and fish during low-light hours are more successful. Boats help reach many of the prime fish-ing spots. The lakes are mostly sheltered from wind and too small for large craft. Small boats and float tubes work best. The Mined Land Wildlife Area has a diversity of habi-tats, including native grassland, woody shrub areas, oak-File Size: KB. Big Brutus is the nickname of the Bucyrus-Erie model B electric shovel, which was the second largest of its type in operation in the s and s. Big Brutus is situated 4½ miles south of Mined Land Wildlife Area. Photo: Moverton, CC BY-SA Materials and Methods: This study took place in eastern Kentucky, USA, on a site that was surface mined from to and subsequently reclaimed as a wildlife habitat.