|Other titles||West"s toxic legacy., Critical link between water quality and abandoned mine sites.|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Region VIII.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. :|
Hardrock Man. Whispers from the Cripple Creek District Underground. by Sylece Andromeda. Raised in the historic Cripple Creek Victor Gold Mining District of Colorado, author Sylece Andromeda spent her childhood fascinated by old timer tales that brought to life the . EPA and Hardrock Mining: A Source Book for Industry in the Northwest and Alaska Appendix B: Receiving Waters B-1 January GOALS AND PURPOSE OF THE APPENDIX The primary goal of this appendix is to outline the rationale and methods to characterize water quality in and around a proposed mine site. It is intended to be used in conjunction with. EPA and Hardrock Mining: A Source Book for Industry in the Northwest and Alaska January [U. S. Environmental Protection Agency] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. EPA and Hardrock Mining: A Source Book for Industry in the Northwest and Alaska January Format: Paperback. at existing facilities, as well as historic mining sites. The need to minimize both current and future environmental and fiscal costs borne by t he public provides a backdrop for each of these three goals. Guide to the Framework T his EPA Hardrock Mining F ramework is intended primarily to assist EPA staff in implementing an.
() --Underground hardrock mining () --The San Juans () --The last two tushes () --Mining for industry (). Responsibility: text and captions by Ed Raines. copper mining industry, among others. Several U.S. federal government publications reported on mining archaeology projects. The summer issue of Federal Archaeology, for example, focuses on industrial archaeology and includes an article describing the Hardrock Mining Initiative of the Historic American. EPA and Hardrock Mining: A Source Book for Industry in the Northwest and Alaska Appendix D: Effluent Quality D-1 January GOALS AND PURPOSE OF THE APPENDIX Hard rock mining operations can generate large quantities of effluent that are discharged to surface and ground water. The primary sources of effluent include drainage from mine. The Valley View Leasing and Mining Company Mill, commonly known as the Matterhorn Mill, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion A in the area of industry at the local level of significance for its contribution to the 20th-century silver mining in Colorado's San Juan Mountains where it related directly to mining within San Bernardo Mountain.
Author: "Drills And Mills: Precious Metal Mining and Milling Methods of the Frontier West" (ISBN ) Now in its second printing, and is available directly from the author. Drills And Mills is pages, apx. 83, words, and is profusely illustrated with 94 historic and 78 modern photographs, 94 historic and 21 modern cuts and. EPA andHardrock Mining: A Source Book for Industry in the Northwest and Alaska not properly bracket high and low flows, underestimating water treatment needs, using laboratory detection limits that are too high, using inappropriate modeling approaches, failure to consider temporary shutdowns and post-closure scenarios, and overall data quality problems (e.g., non-representative samples). Some hardrock mining did continue, and Creede never became a complete ghost town. In the ’s many of the old mines were reopened, and by some , pounds of silver were being hauled out of the area every few weeks. The Homsetake Mine, . High Drama - Colorado's Historic Theatres With the Success of every mining town came an Opera house and the show and the many that passed through these towns and performed. Unfortunately many of these great historic houses have been torn down, burned or changed to something else altogether.