Review of Twenty Eastern and Midwestern State Coal Surface Mining Laws
Golosinski, Tad S.
Rapid growth rate of surface mining for coal has caused many states to increase the rigor and complexity of their surface mining codes. The promulgation of federal surface mining standards may cause those states containing federal land to amend their codes also. Presented is an up-to-date review of these codes with tabular summaries that divide the codes into operative functions. These summaries will be of use to new operators, multiple-state operators, and state officials. Suggestions are made for industrial efforts to present workable and acceptable amendments to these codes.
K. W. Grubaugh and L. W. Saperstein, "Review of Twenty Eastern and Midwestern State Coal Surface Mining Laws," AIME Transactions, American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers (AIME), Jan 1977.
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01 Jan 1977