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Spoilbank Reclamation Research Activities of the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station

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Title: Spoilbank Reclamation Research Activities of the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station
Author: Bauer, Armand
Description: The author gives a brief look at commercial coal mining in North Dakota. Also, on early research conducted to address reclamation problems and to determine how best to return spoil-banks to suitable vegetative productivity in North Dakota. Research activities of the North Dakota Agriculture Station began in the summer of 1973, under Dr. Warren C. Whitman, on work which was designed to achieve revegatation with private prairie species through the acceleration of the process of natural succession. This is a brief summary is a resume of spoilbank reclamation research activities of the Agricultural Experiment Station, but it was not intended to be and it is not a listing of all of the energy-related research activities of the Station.
Date: 1976
Subject: Land restoration
Mining
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/3850

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