3 edition of California surface mining law found in the catalog.
California surface mining law
Derek P. Cole
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213) and index.
|Statement||Derek P. Cole.|
|LC Classifications||KFC400 .C65 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||2009417290|
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HISTORY OF WATER LAW IN NEVADA AND THE WESTERN STATES less arid Western States also apply the riparian doctrine to lands adjacent to surface water bodies: California, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, mining booms and irrigation development in the semi-arid State. A law designed to adjudicateFile Size: KB. Basic principles in the beginning of the book and tables of highlights for each province enable the reader to understand the whole picture of catastrophic national disasters, California history, mining methods, and societal impacts; it brings the lessons of geology closer to the everyday context of California life/5(27).
California Mineral Rights date back to the early days of oil and gas exploration. At one point in America’s history, California led the United States in oil production. California is known for its large oil fields like the Midway-Sunset field and the Kern River field. A request to drill for lithium near Death Valley National Park has alarmed environmentalists, who say mining the metal is unacceptable, even if it is an essential ingredient in the production of.
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This law provides for the disposal of mining materials on public lands, both saleable and leasable. Under this Act, some “common variety” minerals, such as sand and gravel, are subject to sale as opposed to rents and royalties.
Mining and Mineral Policy of This law declares that it is the continuing policy of the federal government to. Ord-Newberry Mining District California 1, 22, 95 5 1 39 Black Hawk-Silver Reef Mining District California 20, 48 8 21 5 14 Chocolate Mountains-Mesquite Mining District California 1, 63 18, 33 5 11 0 17 Cerro Gordo Mining District California 56 16, 55 5 19 1 30 El Paso Mountains.
California is a state in the Pacific Region of the United million residents across a total area of aboutsquare miles (, km 2), California is the most populous U.S. state and the third-largest by area. The state capital is Greater Los Angeles Area and the San Francisco Bay Area are the nation's second- and fifth-most populous urban Largest city: Los Angeles.
Location of mining claims under the Mining Law of30 U.S.C. §§is a self-initiation system under which a person physically stakes an unpatented mining claim on public land that is open to location, posts a location notice and monuments the boundaries of the claim in compliance with federal laws and regulations and with state.
The General Mining Act of is a United States federal law that authorizes and governs prospecting and mining for economic minerals, such as gold, platinum, and silver, on federal public law, approved oncodified the informal system of acquiring and protecting mining claims on public land, formed by prospectors in California and Nevada from Enacted by: the 42nd United States Congress.
MINING CLAIMSA mining claim is a parcel of land for which the claimant has asserted a right of possession and the right to develop and extract a discovered, valuable, mineral deposit.
This right does not include exclusive surface rights (see Public Law ).There are three basic types of minerals on federally-administered lands: locatable, leasable, and salable. Additional Physical Format: Online version: California surface mining and reclamation policies and procedures.
Sacramento: California Dept. of Conservation, State Mining and Geology Board, Office of Mine Reclamation, Division of Mines and Geology, . Home › All Titles. All Titles. California Surface Mining Law.
Derek P. Cole. Regular price $ California Transportation Law. Jeremy G. March. Regular price $ California Water, 3rd edition. Arthur L. Littleworth and Eric L. Garner NEPA Book. Ronald E. Bass, Albert I. Herson, and Kenneth M. Bogdan. The Bulletins include many California geologic maps and guidebooks and also contain information on the mines, minerals, mining law, and geologic history of California.
The volumes are mainly from the collection of the Physical Sciences & Engineering Library of the University of California, Davis with a few from the Earth Sciences and Map. California sprang into existence following the discovery of gold in Aside from domestic use, the first major use of water in California was in mining.
The first mining consisted of placer mining of alluvial deposits in stream beds throughout the Sierra foothills. As those deposits were depleted, hydraulic mining arose, in which high-pressure jets of water were used to remove Cited by: 1.
California Surface Mining Law A Guide to Federal, State and Local Requirements By Derek Cole; 8 Surface Mining and the California Environmental Quality Act SMCRA § SURFACE MINING CONTROL AND RECLAMATION ACT 30 U.S.C. § development plan setting forth the proposed land uses and conserva.
Later, in Del Monte Mining & Milling Co Chance Mining & Milling Co, U.S. 55 (), the court discussed that before the lode law and before the more refined Mining Law “that there was no general legislation on the part of congress, the fact of explorers searching the public domain for mines, and their possessory rights to the mines by them discovered, was.
Mine Safety and Health Administration 12th St S Suite Arlington, VA TTY Surface Coal Mining. The primary methods of surface coal mining used in Pennsylvania are: Strip Mining: Layers of soil and rock overburden are removed the coal exposed coal seam is area is then backfilled, regraded, and replanted during the reclamation process.
That type of mining, first employed inrequired substantial water diversions. When California entered the Union inthe English common law was adopted as the “rule of decision” in courts, including the doctrine of riparian rights for surface water1 (it was also the governing doctrine in the rest of the Union).Cited by: 1.
Get this from a library. State policy for surface mining and reclamation practice: with the Surface Mining and Reclamation Act of [California State Mining and Geology Board.].
California Department of Conservation administers a variety of programs vital to California's public safety, environment and economy. The services DOC provides are designed to balance today's needs with tomorrow's obligations by fostering the wise use and conservation of energy, land and mineral resources.
CHAPTER 11—MINING CLAIMS ON LANDS SUBJECT TO MINERAL LEASING LAWS (§§ – ) CHAPTER 12—MULTIPLE MINERAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE SAME TRACTS (§§ – ) CHAPTER 12A—ENTRY AND LOCATION ON COAL LANDS ON DISCOVERY OF SOURCE MATERIAL (§§ – i) CHAPTER 13—CONTROL OF COAL-MINE FIRES (§§.
Mechanized devices for any other type of activity is allowed. It is only mining that has been signaled out. Suction dredging without a permit is against the law. California stopped issuing dredge permits in In cooperation with other industry associations, we sued the State in California Superior Court.
The gold traveled down rivers and then settled in gravel deposits. Currently, California has active mines for gold and silver and for non-metal minerals such as sand and gravel, which are used for construction.
Underground Mining. Underground mining is used to recover ores that are deeper into Earth’s surface. Assembling California is all about a fact, I delayed finishing the quartet because, as a California resident, I relished the enjoyment I would get from reading Assembling California.
My only disappointment is that, being an Easterner, McPhee was mostly enthralled by Northern California, especially the area around I/5.Boom and bust on the mining pattern was the same almost everywhere. With the discovery of gold or silver, prospectors rushed into an area to stake their claims, and small mining camps turned into boomtowns overnight, complete with dance halls, saloons, prostitutes, and astronomical prices for food and equipment.During the s the amount of available gold began to decline.
New mining techniques evolved to reach the gold that remained further below the surface. As mining technology advanced, the character of gold mining in California changed.
Mining by individuals who worked their own claims was replaced by large-scale industrial mining.