Includes bibliographical references (p. 23).
|Statement||by J.R. Boyle, Jr.|
|Series||Information circular;, 9199, Information circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 9199.|
|LC Classifications||TN295 .U4 no. 9199, TD195.P46 .U4 no. 9199|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||88600183|
Mining and reclamation of a central Florida forested wetland: a case study / By James Reid. Boyle. Abstract. Includes bibliographical references (p. 23).Mode of access: Internet Topics: Wetland conservation, Reclamation of land, Phosphate mines and Author: James Reid. Boyle. After the first growing season, results suggest that mixed swamp vegetation typical of floodplains may be the most suitable forested wetland community for settling pond reclamation. Ecological Engineering, 1 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Landscape reclamation at a central Florida phosphate mine M.T. Brown, R.E. Tighe, T.R. McClanahan' and R.W. Wolfe 2 Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences and Wetland and Water Resources Research Center, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL , USA (Accepted 15 May ) Cited by: 6. Mining operations are subject to Environmental Resource Permitting (ERP) requirements unless they are specifically grandfathered. Projects associated with mining operations for phosphate or fuller’s earth that are located on land that was included in a conceptual reclamation plan or modification submitted prior to July 1, , are grandfathered from the ERP rules pursuant to Section
The Mining and Mitigation Program administers reclamation and stormwater management programs for mining operations in Florida, including heavy minerals. Reclamation standards for heavy minerals mining are detailed in Part II of Chapter , Part III of Chapter , Florida Statutes (F.S.), and Chapter 62C, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.). Site Planning Elements for Aggregate Mining Operations A. M. Bauer p Visualization of Change from Mining and Land Disturbance Computer-aided Photographic Simulations, Site Selection, Reclamation, Impact Assessment M. J. Paulson, R. D. Scott p Wetlands. Guidelines for Gravel Pit Wetland Creation B. Prange p Best, G.R. and K.L. Erwin, , Effects of Hydroperiod on Survival and Growth of Tree Seedlings in a Phosphate Surface-Mined Reclaimed Wetland. National Symposium on Surface Mining, Hydrology, Sedimentology, and Reclamation, University of Kentucky, Lexington, K.Y. pp –Cited by: As designed, mitigation for the 1, acres of wetland impacts is proposed in the form of acres of wetland enhancement and acres of wetland preservation prior to mining, together with acres of onsite herbaceous and forested wetland restoration and offsite forested wetland restoration (Table 1, Figure 1), which will.
The Bureau of Mines initiated a program to address short- and long- term objectives of wetlands restoration as an option for reclamation of lands mined for phosphate. The short-term objectives were to identify a suitable wetland test site, initiate an extensive premining monitoring plan, develop an acceptable mining plan, and recontour and revegetate the test site. If approval is given, then the mining can begin. As mining is completed, the reclamation process begins. Phosphate mining disturbs about 5,, acres of land annually; approximately % of these lands are isolated wetlands or wetlands connected to waters of the state, according to the Florida Bureau of Mine Reclamation. Successional Trajectories of Constructed Forested Wetlands. Mark T. Brown and Susan M. Carstenn, University of Florida Center for Wetlands. April West-Central Florida. Patrick Tara et al., University of South Florida. November Phosphate Mining: Regulations, Reclamation and Revegetation. Wayne R. Marion, University of Florida. Environmental Design for Reclaiming Surface Mines. Jon Bryan Burley, Surface Mining and Reclamation, T ampa, Florida a central Florida : Jon Burley.