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  • Massive AMD release sparks collaborative approach to watershed restoration - Case Study

    Massive AMD release sparks collaborative approach to watershed restoration - Case Study

    AN IMPERILED WATERSHED FINDS A FRIEND In the spring of 1994, an illegally-sealed, major underground coal mine blew out a hillside near Albright, West Virginia, pouring millions of gallons of toxic, acid mine drainage (AMD) into a section of nearby Muddy Creek. The release entered the main stem of the Cheat River turning the river orange for miles. The acidic discharge lowered pH levels

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