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but drainage or runoff from abandoned mining operations often adds to nonpoint source pollution. in strip mining, for example, the top layers of soil and vegetation are removed to reveal the desired ore. if an area where strip mining occurred has not been properly reclaimed after mining activities have ended (soil replaced and graded
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environmental aspects of uranium mining (updated april 2017) in most respects the environmental aspects of a uranium mine are the same as those of other metalliferous mining.
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