American Society Of Mining & Reclamation Accepting Registrations For Annual Meeting June 3-7 In Montana
Registration is now open for the American Society of Mining and Reclamation Annual Meeting to be held June 3-7 at the Big Sky Resort in Montana.
The Conference will focus on the research, technical, and regulatory issues associated with the land and water implications of anthropogenic land disturbances.
It will provide a forum for the dissemination of information through presentation of research findings, field tours, and open discussion of public policy relating to the applied science of reclamation, rehabilitation, remediation, and restoration of areas disturbed by mining, oil and gas, conventional and alternative energy production, contaminated sites, agriculture, road construction, large-scale commercial development, and other disturbances to land and water resources.
Specific subjects include, but are not limited to, ecological revegetation, invasive species management, range management, sediment and erosion control, geomorphic landform design, waste cover systems, geotechnical engineering approaches, water management and treatment, acid rock drainage, mine tailings/waste rock/overburden, and application of new technologies.
Students are especially encouraged to attend.
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[Posted: Jan. 23, 2019]
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