A Study of Stability Problems and Hazard Evaluation of the Oklahoma Portion of the Tri-state Mining Area.
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Approximately 2,240 acres are underlain by underground lead and zinc mines in northeastern Oklahoma and approximately 2,900 acres are overlain by mine and mill waste materials. The principal objectives of this investigation are to (1) compile on a series of maps the location and extent of past mining activities and the resulting surface effects, (2) identify hazardous areas with potential for future damage to persons or property, and (3) consider methods for providing public protection from existing and potentially hazardous conditions.
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