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  • NATIONWIDE PERMIT 21 Surface Coal Mining Activities

    Nationwide Permit 21 Surface Coal Mining Activities

    Surface Coal Mining Activities . Effective Date March 19, 2017 NWP Final Notice, 82 FR 4 21. ... directly or indirectly jeopardize the continued existence of a threatened or endangered species or a species proposed for such designation, as identified under the Federal Endangered Species Act

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  • A Brief Introduction to the Types of Surface Mining

    A Brief Introduction To The Types Of Surface Mining

    A Brief Introduction to the Types of Surface Mining Methods. Surface mining is one of the most common and oldest ways of removing minerals from the Earth. ScienceStruck tells you what the various surface mining methods are, with the definition and facts of each.

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  • Court Tells Federal Agencies To Review Coal Mining Impacts

    Court Tells Federal Agencies To Review Coal Mining Impacts

    May 18, 2020 Under the agreement, the Office of Surface Mining the agency that regulates mountaintop coal mining and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service the agency that protects endangered species will review a 1996 document or biological opinion, that lays out how coal mining is likely to affect endangered species or their habitat.

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  • The Environmental Impact of Mining Different Mining

    The Environmental Impact Of Mining Different Mining

    May 27, 2020 Underground mining, where miners tunnel beneath the Earths surface to extract mineral deposits, is rarer than open-pit mining. In 2014, it made up about 5 of all American mining operations and has less of an impact on the surface. However, this doesnt mean that underground mining doesnt have an effect on the environment.

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  • Burning through Habitat The Impacts of Coal Mining on

    Burning Through Habitat The Impacts Of Coal Mining On

    Aug 20, 2014 While coal mining may not by itself decisively threaten the survival of sage grouse, the cumulative impacts it would have in combination with other threats to this species very well could.

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  • Are Endangered Species Being Sacrificed for Coal in

    Are Endangered Species Being Sacrificed For Coal In

    Aug 10, 2009 In 1995, the Office of Surface Mining requested clarification on the Endangered Species Acts implications for their permitting and policymaking.

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  • Assessment of Reforestation on Mine Sites

    Assessment Of Reforestation On Mine Sites

    hardwood tree species associated with a patchwork of forest, water, and agricultural ground in the coalfields of southwestern Indiana provide important habitat for the endangered bat. Surface mining within the region has caused temporary and extensive disturbance to the local

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