"Assessing landform alterations induced by mountaintop mining"
written by Aaron E. Maxwell, Michael P. Strager,
published by Natural Science, Vol.5 No.2A, 2013
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[8] Pyrite Oxidation Drives Exceptionally High Weathering Rates and Geologic CO2 Release in Mountaintop‐Mined Landscapes
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[9] A Review of Fine-Scale Land Use and Land Cover Classification in Open-Pit Mining Areas by Remote Sensing Techniques
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[12] Creating a More Perennial Problem? Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining Enhances and Sustains Saline Baseflows of Appalachian Watersheds
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[13] Deep impact: Effects of mountaintop mining on surface topography, bedrock structure, and downstream waters.
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[14] Qualitative and quantitative comparative analyses of 3D lidar landslide displacement field measurements
[15] Deep impact: Effects of mountaintop mining on surface topography, bedrock structure, and downstream waters
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[16] Remote Sensing for Monitoring the Mountaintop Mining Landscape: Applications for Land Cover Mapping at the Individual Mine Complex Scale
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[17] Reach-scale geomorphic differences between headwater streams draining mountaintop mined and unmined catchments
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[18] Geomorphic Differences between Unmined and Surface Mined Lands in Southeastern Ohio
[19] Differentiating mine-reclaimed grasslands from spectrally similar land cover using terrain variables and object-based machine learning classification
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[20] Dissolution and Solubility of the () HAsO 4· H 2 O Solid Solution in Aqueous Solution at 25° C and pH 2
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[21] Impacts of mountaintop mining on terrestrial ecosystem integrity: identifying landscape thresholds for avian species in the central Appalachians, United States
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[22] The overlooked terrestrial impacts of mountaintop mining
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