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Characterization, Cleanup, and Revitalization of Mining Sites

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Upcoming Internet Seminars

Look here for future updates on offerings in the Mining Sites Webinar series.

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Upcoming Meetings

  • 2019 American Society of Mining and Reclamation Conference
    June 3-7, 2019 | Big Sky, Montana

    Along with the traditional oral technical sessions, ASMR is inviting members to submit video technical sessions.  The best of these videos will be selected and featured in a Reclamation Film Festival in the evening social event on Wednesday, June 5th. A conference field trip, which will take place on Friday, June 7th, will highlight reclamation and restoration at Yellowstone National Park.

  • Mine Closure 2019
    September 3-5, 2019 | Perth, Australia

    Conference themes will include landform design and rehabilitation, site remediation and impact management, and land rehabilitation and ecosystem restoration.

  • 41st Annual Conference of National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Program (NAAMLP)
    September 8-11, 2019 | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    NAAMLP's annual conference will be conducted jointly with the 2019 Pennsylvania Abandoned Mine Reclamation Conferece and the 47th Annual Conference of the National Association of State Land Reclamationists. These three organizations share common goals and interests focused on successful reclamation and environmental restoration of previously and currently mined sites including the abatement or treatment of mine drainage.

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Archived Internet Seminars, Videos, and Courses


 CLU-IN Mining Sites Webinar Series

Other CLU-IN Webinars

 Workshops on Hardrock Mine Geochemistry and Hydrology

EPA's Region 10, ORD, and OSRTI hosted a three-part workshop series on hardrock mine geochemistry and hydrology in 2013. The goals included enhancing participants' understanding of the key issues regarding water chemistry predictions, identifying potential sources of contamination from mine sites, and describing practices to mitigate or reclaim facilities to protect natural resources. Presenters included experts from EPA Headquarters, Regions, and ORD; the U.S. Geological Survey; and the U.S. Forest Service. The workshops were open to all agencies, tribes, consultants, and the general public, and are now archived and available for streaming. Supplementary materials and resources provided by the instructors are also available for download below.

Workshop 1 - Evaluating Water Chemistry Predictions at Hardrock Mine Sites

   » Detailed presentation descriptions and full archive

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Workshop 2 - Mining Influenced Waters - Pathways for Off-Site Releases

   » Detailed presentation descriptions and full archive

Workshop 3 - Sampling, Monitoring and Remediation at Mine Sites

   » Detailed presentation descriptions and full archive

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