Effects of Mining, Grazing, and Roads on Sediment and Water Chemistry in Birch Creek, Nevadaby Roy C. Sidle, USDA, Forestry Sciences Lab, United States,
Michael C. Amacher, USDA, Forestry Sciences Lab, United States,
Abstract: Assessment of the cumulative effects of mining and other land uses on water quality of Birch Creek showed that mine dumps and roads increased fine sediment deposits in some reaches. Fines were trapped by large woody debris. Grazing appeared to have more adverse impacts on water chemistry than did mining activities.
Subject Headings: Sediment | Mines and mining | Highways and roads | Rivers and streams | Chemistry | Water chemistry | Water pollution | Land use | Agricultural wastes | Water quality | Nevada | North America | United States
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