3 edition of Brine migration from a flooded salt mine in Livingston County, New York found in the catalog.
Brine migration from a flooded salt mine in Livingston County, New York
|Statement||by Richard M. Yager ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with New York State Attorney General"s office.|
|Series||Professional paper -- no. 1767, U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 1767.|
|Contributions||Yager, Richard M.|
|LC Classifications||TD427.S24 B75 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009026116|
This interactive map shows the location and extent of the Cargill Salt mine in Lansing, NY, recently updated from a November document. The boundaries of the mine were originally digitized from a map, Figure , entitled "Plan View of the Cayuga Mine Showing East and West Shoreline Benchmark Locations" from the Spectra Environmental Group, Latham, NY, circa , and another planning. For most of the century, Western New York salt came from the Syracuse area, where it was evaporated from brine springs. Then in , Carroll Cocher, an amateur geologist, predicted that salt lay beneath his Livingston County land in Griegsville.
Salt Mine Cave-In Brings Pollution and Jobs Debate. Ap Credit The New York Times Archives. The salt mine is in Livingston County about 25 miles south of Rochester. Salt is also transported by train as far as Massachusetts and by truck to southern Ohio. Governments buy it to spread on the road to melt snow and ice; businesses buy it for parking lots and other surfaces. Cargill has two other rock salt mines, in New York and Louisiana. Morton has a mine in Fairport Harbor, also under Lake Erie.
Livonia Salt Mining Company Mine, Livonia, Livingston Co., New York, USA: Ref.: New York State Museum Bull. ,, Newland, David H. (July-August ), The Mineral Resources of the State of New York: A salt mine owned by the Livonia Salt Mining Co. The giant piles of salt that surround one of the world's largest salt mines here bode well for drivers in New York City and across the Northeast -- even as the mine fills with up to 18, gallons.
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Get this from a library. New York book migration from a flooded salt mine in the Genesee Valley, Livingston County, New York: geochemical modeling and simulation of variable-density flow. [Richard M Yager;]. Prepared in cooperation with the New York State Office of the Attorney General.
Simulated Flow of Groundwater and Brine from a Flooded Salt Mine in Livingston County, New York, and Effects. of Remedial Pumping on an Overlying Aquifer. Sinkhole above Yard West Sinkhole above 2-Yard South.
Route 20A. Cuylerville Sterling mineshafts Retsof. PDF | The Retsof salt mine in upstate New York was flooded from to after two roof collapses created rubble chimneys in overlying bedrock that | Find, read and cite all the research.
Prepared in cooperation with the New York State Office of the Attorney General Simulated Flow of Groundwater and Brine from a Flooded Salt Mine in Livingston County, New York, and Effects of Remedial Pumping on an Overlying Aquifer.
In a somewhat controversial ending to negotiations, Livingston County and New York State settled their talks with AzkoNoble in December, The agreement required the company to pay $20 million, with $17 million given to Livingston County for expenses related to the maintenance of local water supplies, and the other $3 million given to the.
B y the late ’s, many companies were drilling for salt throughout the world. Between andover 35 mining companies were formed in New York’s Wyoming and Livingston Counties alone. Inthe first shaft salt mine was constructed in Livingston County at a cost of $, Don Simmons, 4 books Juanita Walker Drennan, 3 books Brenda Joyce Jerome, 3 books Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, 2 books Merrill, Boynton, 1 book Milton Charboneau, 1 book William Henry Burt, 1 book Clinton, Bob G.
Mrs., 1 book Herman L. Wascher, 1 book Mary Peterson Erickson, 1 book Dr. Byron Leonard, 1 book William H. Bradbury, 1 book Dewey. Christian Langevin is a research hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey Earth Systems Modeling Branch. Brine migration from a flooded salt mine in the.
Brine Migration from a Flooded Salt Mine in the Genesee Valley, Livingston County, New York: Geochemical Modeling and Simulation of Variable-Density Flow The Retsof salt mine in upstate New York was flooded from to after two roof collapses created rubble chimneys in overlying bedrock that intersected a confined aquifer in glacial.
Livingston County, NY mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Livingston County, NY. Men packing salt in bags at the International Salt Co.
Retsof mine in York. Salt mining operations had begun on the site in Livingston County officials accepted a $20 million settlement Tuesday that closes another chapter in the tale of the mids collapse of a historic salt mine near : Steve Orr.
Inseveral New York State businessmen started a new company named American Rock Salt. This was the first new salt mine in the country in 40 years. The Hampton Corners Mine, 10 mi./16 km. from the old Retsof mine, is considered one of the largest and most efficient salt-producing facilities in the United States.
The Finger Lakes area was once a huge sea that dried up about million years ago with its departure leaving salt, salt and more salt. Watkins Glen, at the southern end of Seneca lake, still has two operating salt brine factories owned by Cargill and U S Salt. One is tapped into a well some 1, feet below the ground.
Welcome to the Cayuga Salt Mine Lansing, New York. Cargill Deicing Technology operates one of its three mines in Lansing, NY, providing customers with deicing technology and road salt that saves lives, enhances commerce and reduces environmental impact.
Cargill acquired the mine in and annually produces approximately 2 million tons of road. The collapse of Akzo Nobel's Retsof mine in Livingston County, one of the world's largest underground rock salt mines, in March of literally sent shock waves throughout New York State.
Because of this incident, the New York salt mining industry immediately became the. Retsof Salt Mine. Inthe Retsof Salt Mine was the largest salt mine in North America, and the second largest in the world.
Three hundred people worked within the 6, acres (24 km 2; sq mi) of excavated space, 1, feet ( m) below ground, extracting salt from a natural deposit for use as road salt, table salt, and in industry.
AMERICAN ROCK SALT is the largest operating salt mine in the United States with the capacity to produce up to 18, tons each day. Established inthis underground salt mine is the only one built in the United States in the last 40 years. Louisiana.
The Retsof Salt Mine, later to be owned by Akzo-Nobel, located in the town of York, New York (Figure 2), was considered to be the largest operating salt mine in the United States until its collapse and flooding on Ma (Kappel, ).
The collapse was associated with an earthquake (Richter magnitude, ). Officials had. brine field in Onondaga County, where salt had been discovered only five years previously, was already the largest solution mining facility in the state, with 54 wells. In terms of production, Tully Valley was the top brine field in New York until Brine produced at Tally Valley was transported toFile Size: KB.
The mine, about m deep, was the site of a major roof collapse in The roof failure formed new fractures in overlying rocks, and groundwater flowed into the mine (Nieto and Young The Salt Mine - Palisades Center Dr, West Nyack, New York - Rated based on 11 Reviews "Great store and selection.
Staff was really /5(11). Rescued salt miners reach the surface after spending about 10 hours stuck hundreds of feet underground at the Cargill-owned Cayuga Salt Mine in Lansing, New York, Jan.