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Cultural resources investigations for Libby Reservoir, northwest Montana

Cultural resources investigations for Libby Reservoir, northwest Montana

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Published by Center for Northwest Anthropology, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Montana -- Lincoln County.,
  • Historic sites -- Montana -- Lincoln County.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Alston V. Thoms, with contributions by Randall F. Schalk ... [et al.]
    SeriesProject report -- no. 2-, Project report (Washington State University. Center for Northwest Anthropology) -- no. 2-
    ContributionsThoms, Alston V., Schalk, Randall F., Washington State University. Center for Northwest Anthropology., United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Seattle District.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1-> :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17787522M

    The declaration is the first issued by the agency, which has grappled with the "toxic legacy" of a mine outside Libby, Montana, sinceAdministrator Lisa Jackson said. Production at the mine peaked in at 1, tons. Seattle District: [Seattle, Wash. The Karst Mine is inactive. It's the first time in American history that we've had this declaration, and I cannot think of a more fitting time and place for it than Libby, Montana. Two of the divisions, the Oil and Gas Conservation Division and the Reserved Water Rights Compact Commission, are attached to the department only for administrative purposes.

    The air and soil sampling information will help determine options for addressing the impacts of ACM in the road and right-of-way. EPA's preferred remedial action is to scrape the site and dispose of the material at a nearby site. Don't Miss E. The mined vermiculite was shipped near the town on opened container rail cars and ships.

    The counts in both of these systems are very similar to the average over the past 10 years. Vegetation is characteristic of the Upper Sonoran life zone. The story of Libby as a toxic town is one of residents discovering and trying to respond to the discovery of a widespread toxic problem in their town, asbestos, and the reaction of environmental agencies, particularly the US EPA to the situation for extended discussion see Peacock,; Schneider, and McCumber, Grace plays a major role in shaping responses to the discovery of widespread asbestos exposure and pollution in the town of Libby.


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Cultural resources investigations for Libby Reservoir, northwest Montana book

Female bull trout excavate a depression in the streambed where she deposits her eggs which are immediately fertilized by a male.

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Region X. April I. Not only did dust from the mine spread all over Libby and the neighboring town of Troy for decades, but tailings from the facility also were used as fill for driveways, gardens and playgrounds, she said. The DEQ will also inspect this site in the near future.

The U. We have only completed basin-wide counts in the South Fork Drainage twice, which included seven additional backcountry stream sections where spawning occurs, but is extremely limited.

The remainder of the report emphasizes strategic and tactical decisions made in data collection and analysis. Bonneville, Or. The new regulation requires spring black bear hunters to validate their licenses if they will be huntin Commercial mining of vermiculite first began in Libby around It is unknown whether asbestos is associated with the deposit, and if so, what form of asbestos.

The counts in both of these systems are very similar to the average over the past 10 years. North Pacific Division. Faunal assemblages of this component contain a high percentage of carnivores; strong emphasis on consumption of fish is suggested by the high frequency of burned and broken salmonid vertebrae.

She said the declaration "should be a reminder of the serious consequences of mismanaging hazardous material. It also makes grants and loans to these districts. The count of redds in the Kootenai drainage is very similar to the 10 year average of redds. The property encompasses roughly 21 acres.

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Waterways Experiment Station,also by E. But the product was contaminated with tremolite asbestos, a particularly toxic substance that has been linked to mesothelioma, a cancer that can attack the lining of the lungs, abdomen, or heart.

When the major part of the bond was released, reclamation conclusions did not assume exposed asbestiform materials created a health risk. Two of the divisions, the Oil and Gas Conservation Division and the Reserved Water Rights Compact Commission, are attached to the department only for administrative purposes.

As I have pondered how best to provide information, I have become acutely awar Actinolite is known to occur at the Western Vermiculite deposit, but, according to the EIS, does not occur as asbestiform fibers.Jan 09,  · Bull Trout redd counts for waters across northwest Montana completed for by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks January 9, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) Fisheries Field crews have completed the annual inventory of bull trout spawning sites in the Clark Fork, Flathead, and Kootenai drainages, which comprise northwest Montana’s FWP Region One.

Mar 07,  · Welcome to Libby, Montana, the town that was poisoned This article is more than 10 years old. After an epidemic of asbestos-related deaths. Nov 02,  · Montana Town Suffers from Asbestos Contamination The town of Libby, Mont., was rocked seven years ago by news that hundreds of its residents had.

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*Unconfirmed Factors: this information is taken from Montana Highway Patrol crash data. These investigations remain ongoing.

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The data and contributing factors should be viewed as preliminary only and are subject to change. Breakdown of Fatalities by Motorists, Motorcycles, Pedestrians, and Bicyclists. Cultural Resources Series 9. Nevada Bureau of Land Management, Reno. Aikens, C. M. Pacific Northwest.

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