Accession Number : ADA323306
Title : Utilization of Surface Coal Mine Waste for Construction of a Northern Pike Spawning/Rearing Marsh,
Corporate Author : FLORIDA COOPERATIVE FISH AND WILDLIFE RESEARCH UNIT GAINESVILLE
Personal Author(s) : Gregory, Richard W. ; Elser, Allen A. ; Lenhart, Thomas
PDF Url : ADA323306
Report Date : APR 1984
Pagination or Media Count : 57
Abstract : As the limited water resources of the western United States are developed for agricultural and industrial uses, there is an ever increasing need to utilize waste water to its fullest potential. This report describes one example where waste water from an energy development site (coal mine operation) was used to enhance the fisheries of an adjacent reservoir. The details of this report provide an example of what considerations may be necessary for similar projects; illustrate potential problem areas in the planning, construction and operation of such a project; and stimulate ideas for developing other innovative uses of waste water for fish and wildlife habitat enhancement.
Descriptors : *WASTE WATER, *SURFACES, *FISHERIES, *UTILIZATION, *COAL MINES, UNITED STATES, OPTIMIZATION, SITES, ENERGY, MINING ENGINEERING, OPERATION, INDUSTRIAL PLANTS, WETLANDS, WATER QUALITY, WATER RESOURCES, HABITATS, WEST(DIRECTION), WILDLIFE, AGRICULTURE, RESERVOIRS.
Subject Categories : Biology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE