Technical Resources

A Summary of Some Land Surface and Water Quality Monitoring Results for Constructed GeoFluv Landforms

Summary of Some Land Surface and Water Quality Monioring Results Modern mining methods can drastically change landforms in the project area. Traditional reclamation grading methods often do not address all the criteria that must be met for the desired post-mining land use including water quality standards, in-stream uses, vegetation diversity and other reclamation criteria. Inability […]

Geomorphic Reclamation in New Mexico: a Regulator’s Perspective

Geomorphic Reclamation in New Mexico – Regulators Perspective Each of New Mexico’s active coal mines has reclamation challenges that are being successfully resolved through the application of geomorphic grading methods. At the San Juan Mine, the soils and overburden material are of poor quality, and it is not uncommon for the mine to receive less […]

Geomorphic Reclamation in New Mexico, A Regulator’s Perspective

Compares traditional mine reclamation approaches to the GeoFluv approach in New Mexico, USA

Disturbed Land Reclamation Design and Construction Using Fluvial Geomorphic Techniques

Application of the Fluvial Geomorphic approach to Mined Land in Colorado, USA

The Importance of Fluvial Geomorphic Landform Characteristics to Ensuring Stability Against Erosion and Their Use in Landform Design

Importance of Fluvial Geomorphic Landform characteristicsThe fluvial geomorphic approach to designing landforms that are stable against erosion and promote sustainable land development, requires that essential landform characteristics are incorporated into the landform and that the characteristics are correctly inter-related for proper function. The GeoFluvTM approach to landform design uses measurements of these essential landform characteristics […]