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Characterization of Dredged River Sediments in 10 Upland Disposal Sites of Alabama

Description: Abstract: The U.S. Bureau of Mines, Tuscaloosa Research Center, in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers under interagency Agreement No. 14-09-0078-1510, conducted a comprehensive sampling program of 10 upland disposal sites along the Alabama, Black Warrior, and Tombigbee River systems in Alabama. Samples from each site were characterized according to particle size, chemical analysis, mineralogical content, and potential end use. Additionally, samples were subjected to the Toxic Characteristic Leachate Procedure to determine the presence of potentially harmful heavy metals. Based on the results of these studies, each sample was determined to have properties amenable for use as aggregate in general-purpose portland cement concretes and certain asphalt concrete applications.
Date: 1995
Creator: Smith, C. W.
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Hydrology of Selected Basins in the Warrior Coal Field, Alabama -- A Progress Report

Description: Abstract: Hydrologic data are being collected in four basins in the Warrior coal field to provide baseline information to aid in determining the effect mining will have on water resource Basins monitored are in two different geologic and hydrologic environments. Well yields from the Pottsville Formation generally range from 0 to 0.3 L/s, whereas well yields from the Coker Formation generally range from 0.3 L/s to 6.4 L/s. Streamflow distribute reflects seasonal precipitation. Streams draining basins underlain chiefly by the Pottsville Formation frequently go dry, whereas those draining basins underlain chiefly by the Coker Formation have well sustained low flows. Water in the Pottsville Formation is slightly acidic and moderately hard to very hard. Dissolved solids concentrations ranged from 176 to 268 mg/L. Water in the Coker Formation is soft, far less mineralized and more acidic than water in the Pottsville. Surface water is generally soft, acidic, and low in dissolved solids concentrations. Water in streams draining basins underlain chiefly by the Pottsville Formation was slightly more mineralized and less acidic than water in streams draining the Coker Formation.
Date: March 1980
Creator: Puente, Celso; Newton, J. G. & Hill, Thomas J.
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Visit to Redstone Arsenal

Description: Department of Defense Clearinghouse Response: DoD Clearinghouse response to a letter from the BRAC Commission requesting information to prepare for the visit to Redstone Arsenal.
Date: July 14, 2005
Creator: United States. Department of Defense.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Presentation From Anniston Army Depot

Description: Base Input - Presentation made to Ms. Elizabeth Bieri and Mr. George Delgado of the BRAC Committee Staff, Department of Defense, June 23, 2005. The purpose, as stated, is "to demonstrate Anniston can implement DoD BRAC05 Recommendations Without Impact to Readiness."
Date: July 25, 2005
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Alabama State Input for the 30 June 2005 BRAC Regional Hearing Held in Atlanta, GA

Description: Alabama State Input for the 30 June 2005 BRAC Regional Hearing Held in Atlanta, GA. Document includes statements by Alabama U.S. senators and representatives and statements and recommendations concerning the following bases: Redstone Arsenal, Anniston Army Depot, Fort Rucker, Maxwell-Gunter AFB, and Birmingham 117th ARW.
Date: July 7, 2005
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Letter dtd 07/01/05 from Senators Shelby, and Sessions, as well as Representative Everett to Chairman Principi

Description: Executive Correspondence – Letter dtd 07/01/05 from Senators Shelby, and Sessions, as well as Representative Everett following up their delegation’s (AL) testimony at the 06/30/05 BRAC Regional Hearing in Atlanta recommending that Navy Rotary Training should have been relocated to Ft. Rucker, AL with additional data as requested by the Commission.
Date: July 5, 2005
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