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The activities described in this paper could not have been accomplished without the supporting efforts of the 42 SMCRA Geospatial Data Stewards in various SMCRA organizations of the United States, members of the NCMGC, Coal Mining Spatial Data Standards ASTM Task Group, Coal Mining Spatial Data Infrastructure Team, and OSM senior management.  Funding for all geospatial activities of the NCMGC is provided by OSM’s Technical Innovation and Professional Services (TIPS) program.

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Card, Bill and Meier, Len, 2007, National Meeting of the American Society of Mining and Reclamation, 30 Years of SMCRA and Beyond, June 2-7, Gillette WY Barnhisel (ed) published by ASMR, 3134 Montavesta Rd., Lexington, KY 40502.

Meier, L.M. 2006. National Coal Mining Geospatial Committee and AML Reclamation Programs: Digital Data to Reduce the AML Inventory and Protect the Public.  In Proc. 2006 National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs 28th Annual Conference, (Billings, MT, Sept. 25-27, 2006) Montana Department of Environmental Quality, Remediation Division, Helena.

Tewalt, S.J., Ruppert, L.F., Bragg, L.J., Carlton, R.W., Brezinski, D.K., Wallack, R.N., and Butler, D.T., 2001, Chapter C—A digital resource model of the Upper Pennsylvanian Pittsburgh coal bed, Monongahela Group, northern Appalachian Basin coal region.  In Northern and Central Appalachian Basin Coal Regions Assessment Team, 2000 resource assessment of selected coal beds and zones in the northern and central Appalachian Basin coal regions: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1625–C, CD-ROM, version 1.0.

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