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Abandoned Mine Lands: Technical Resources

This page contains technical reports, studies, and meeting proceedings related to EPA's Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Program. These technical resources cover such topics as:

  • AML contamination assessment and characterization techniques;
  • Types of waste found at AMLs;
  • Technologies used to remediate contamination found at AMLs;
  • Modeling and forecasting impacts from mining; and
  • Financial and bonding studies.

To access the documents listed on this page, please use the document search tool below. Searching by document title or Superfund terms will generate a table of relevant results.

Note: Not all documents may be available at this time. EPA continues to update its website to enhance public access to Superfund-related information.

These reports are generally highly technical in nature and are used to support Agency policy and guidance. These reports are provided to assist readers in better understanding the range of environmental issues found at AMLs. Technical resources are grouped into the following categories:You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.