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  • May 28, 2021 Division of MiningSolid Waste Management

    The cultural resources reconnaissance work was carried out in anticipation of review pursuant to the SC Mining Act and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act by the US Army Corps of Engineers. During the reconnaissance survey, five archaeological sites were recorded (38FA0666 –


    Systematic reconnaissance involved survey transects placed at regular intervals and positioned so as to cross-cut maximal variation in surface evidence, including patterns of structural remains. This strategy proved especially useful in settings where dense and complex archaeological remains could not be fully recorded given the limitations of

  • Appendix D2. Subsurface Reconnaissance of the I

    Subsurface Reconnaissance of the I-5 Chancellor Quarry Stockpile Project, and Metal Detector Survey Within the George and Mary Harris 1854 - 55 DLC (35JO246), Josephine County. Museum of Natural and Cultural History Report No. 2021-002) Eugene, OR. 3. Hugo Land Use Committee. May 18, 2021. Email/Letter to James Black, Planner, Josephine County


    The field survey activities consisted of pedestrian and ATV surveys of the Property, with a focus on areas of potential habitat identified during the desktop evaluation. 3.0 SITE CHARACTERISTICS 3.1 Property and Surrounding Lands Based on a review of aerial imagery (Figure 2) and site reconnaissance, the land cover of the

  • 4.4 Biological Resources

    and a reconnaissance-level field survey performed by ESA biologist Bryan Olney on June 3, 2021. 4.4.1 Setting Study Area The Study Area is located in an unincorporated area of western Santa Clara County. The Quarry is in the eastern foothills of the Santa


    potential of the northern part of the Labrador Trough. These are: 1) Bedrock geology mapping of the Hollinger Lake map sheet, 2) the Ni–Cu–PGE potential of Montagnais gabbro sills. A third project undertook recon-naissance bedrock mapping and regional Quaternary studies in the Hopedale block area, as part of a Geomapping for

  • recon survey quarry for highway

    recon survey quarry for highway - Project Case .Revised Evaluation of Water-Supply Well Locations And PotentialPDF . quarry withdrawals will result in aGMA performed a reconnaissance well survey to identify thepredominantly along Highway 33 to the northeast of the

  • Appendix D1. Pedestrian Survey of Stockpile Site South of

    University of Oregon Museum Pedestrian Survey Report No. 2021-026 (Summary) The Oregon Department of Transportation proposes using an ODOT-owned parcel south of the Chancellor Quarry and east of Interstate 5 as a stockpile, staging, and potential asphalt batching site to support contemplated improvements in the I-5 Jumpoff Joe-Glendale Project.

  • Rio Tinto Iron Ore

    4.1 Potential Flora and Fauna Impacts 28 4.2 Management of Issues 29 5. Conclusions 30workshop facility and marshalling yard, expand an existing quarry for rail ballast and arecorded during the brief reconnaissance survey within the Cape Lambert study . iv area.

  • Survey and Monitoring Protocols and Guidelines

    Survey and Monitoring Protocols and Guidelines. The protocols and guidelines available here are from various sources and are recommended as tested and reviewed methods for their intended purposes. These purposes include determining the presence or support for a negative finding for a particular species or its local status.

  • ReconAfricaNAMCOR Provide Additional Drilling Results

    Aug 05, 2021In addition to potential production testing results from the 6-2 and 6-1 wells, future drilling locations will target potential hydrocarbon bearing structures from the seismic program with the

  • Olympia Mill and Village

    B. Boundaries of Survey Area Located just south of downtown Columbia, the survey area includes the original Olympia Mill property, based on plat maps from 1940. The area is bounded on the northeast by Bluff Road, by Granby Lane on the southeast, by the Vulcan Materials quarry property and a portion of Olympia Avenue on the southwest, and

  • Report for Archeological Potential and Field

    Report for Archeological Potential and Field Reconnaissance, Seqr Parts 1 and 3, Thalle Industries Inc., Fishkill Quarry Expansion, Town of Fishkill, Dutchess Co.. 1997 ( tDAR id: 299302) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections

  • Earth Mapping Resources Initiative (Earth MRI)

    Jun 15, 2021Year Published: 2021 Systems-deposits-commodities-critical minerals table for the earth mapping resources initiative. To define and prioritize focus areas across the United States with resource potential for 35 critical minerals in a few years' time, the U.S Geological Survey Earth Mapping Resources Initiative (Earth MRI) required an efficient approach to streamline workflow.

  • Department of Natural Resources MARYLAND GEOLOGICAL

    for improvements were examined. All high potential areas and areas with good visibility were examined on foot. Where landowners permitted, high potential areas were also test-pitted. Along Route 40, where no specific plans were given, survey was conducted within a 70m (200 foot) corridor of either side of the current right-of-way.

  • GeotechnicalGeoenvironmental Site Investigation

    Phase 1 desk study and site reconnaissance that includes the collection of information from maps, published documents, utility records, anecdotal evidence, aerial photographs, and walkover surveys, to reduce the risk of unpleasant surprises during the Phase 2 intrusive ground investigation. The Phase 2 ground investigation is usually

  • Best Practices of the Natur al Stone Industry

    Quarry Reconnaissance • Conduct accurate resource evaluations so that excavation is carried out in such a way as to maximize production. • Ensure that the quarry design maximizes the amount of usable product. Quarry yields can be affected by the direction of cuts. • Use wire and belt saws where possible as a replacement method for blasting.


    Moody Flats Quarry Project North State Resources, Inc. Biological Resources Assessment 6 November 1, 2021 . Section 4 Natural Environment . 4.1 Biological Communities . Eleven CWHR habitats were mapped during the reconnaissance-level surveys in the study area:

  • Plate B: Aitkin County Crushed Stone Resource Potential

    the crushed-stone potential decreases the more deeply the rock is buried by sediment, sedimentary rock, and/or highly weathered bedrock. This reconnaissance-level assessment shows the distribution of crushed-stone potential within Aitkin County. Geologic data, such as exposed bedrock locations, subsurface water


    instrumentation for the program included: magnetometer, self-potential unit, electro-magnetic equipment, D-C resistivity unit, Afmag, potential-drop-ratio equip ment, and radiation detectors. In normal survey practice only the first three methods listed were utilized.

  • 950 CMR 70

    Reconnaissance Survey means a field investigation which entails small-scale archival and field researchquarry, cave or other location one hundred and fifty years old or more, which is or may be theopinion of the potential eligibility of the site for inclusion in the National Register.

  • Appendix D Phase 1 Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey

    survey of the APE. The archaeological field survey consisted of systematic pedestrian reconnaissance and sub-surface testing in those portions of the Project APE considered to have the highest potential for holding unrecorded cultural resources. Zero sites were identified during Phase I Reconnaissance survey conducted April 17-19 and May 22-23

  • 2. Planning And Making A Soil Survey

    The first part is a short, quick survey to get a general idea of the soil varieties present and where they are found on the site. This is called a reconnaissance survey. A reconnaissance survey is usually conducted by digging a number of open pits and examining the exposed soil profiles. Selected samples are then taken for field or laboratory

  • EIR Chapter Template

    Jan 12, 2021Zander's original biological site reconnaissance survey was conducted in January 2021, at a time when potential special status plant species are not in bloom and not easily detected. Therefore, Zander Associates completed a follow-up plant survey of the two parcels in July 2021. The purpose of the survey

  • Chapter 8 Global Positioning System (GPS) Survey

    Survey SpecificationsReconnaissance Thorough field reconnaissance is essential to the execution of efficient, effective GPS surveys. Reconnaissance includes: • Station setting or recovery • Checks for obstructions and multipath potential. Page 8-6 Highway Surveying Manual January 2021 Global Positioning System (GPS) Survey

  • Reconnaissance Survey of Potential Carbonate Whiting

    Reconnaissance Survey of Potential Carbonate Whiting Sources in Pennsylvania, Issue 83. W. Berkheiser. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Environmental Resources, Office of Resources Management, Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey, 1983 - Chalk - 53 pages.

  • Reconnaissance survey of benthic communities of a

    Reconnaissance Survey of Benthic Communities . VI . tn . 5 . GJ-l ~Z-JS-'IJ . 7- {) 1-J . 9 ::r.s . of a Potential Borrow Site off Tangier Island, Virginia Repor t to . JAN 2 . 197i . Virginia Airports Authorit y from Virginia Institute of Marine Science Gloucester Point, Virginia 23062 by Robert .

  • Phase I Surveys ACS

    Phase I Archaeological Reconnaissance Surveys. The Phase I archaeological reconnaissance survey is designed to identify the existence of any prehistoric or historic archaeological resources within a project area. The reconnaissance survey typically involves preliminary background research, a pedestrian surface survey, an efficient subsurface testing strategy, analysis of recovered materials

  • FM 5

    Special engineer reconnaissance obtains detailed information regarding an investigation of a specific site or evaluates the potential use of an undeveloped facility such as an airport or heliport.

  • Reconnaissance: The Art of Retracement and the Surveyor's

    Nov 29, 2021Reconnaissance: The Art of Retracement and the Surveyor's Role. Gary Kent, PS 11.29.2021. Traditionally, and almost universally, professional surveyors have been taught to survey the written title and to direct their client to seek the advice of an attorney for guidance regarding any potential title or boundary conflicts.

  • Mineral Reconnaissance Reports (MRP) reports

    The reconnaissance survey was supported by drilling at Red Burn in the Succoth–Brown Hill intrusion. Elevated PGE contents (up to about 270 ppb Pt + Pd, with many values in excess of 100 ppb) were recorded in ultramafic lithologies. The highest levels were often accompanied by an increase in Pd relative to Pt, and sometimes by elevated Au values.

  • Passive Seismic Surveying

    This versatility, together with the efficiency of ground coverage and the potential penetration depth, combine to make the technique a powerful, but as yet largely unexplored, potential tool for the quarrying industry. For further information, contact Phil Wilby at the British Geological Survey on tel: (0115) 936 3602; or email: prwibgs.ac.uk.