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Manual for Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment
Appendix F: References

Bruhn, Robert W., Magnuson, Malcolm O., and Gray, Richard E., 1981. Subsidence Over Abandoned Mines In the Pittsburgh Coalbed. IN Geddes, James D. (ed.) , Ground Movements and Structures: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, pp. 142-156.

Crowell, Douglas L.,1995, History of the Coal Mining Industry in Ohio (Bulletin 72), Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 5p.

Greenfield, R. J., 1988, Modeling of electromagnetic propagation between boreholes: Third Technical Symposium on Tunnel Detection, Golden Colo., January 12-15, 1988, p. 156-172.

Kraus, J. D., 1992, Electromagnetics (4th ed): New York, McGraw-Hill, 847p.

Lytle, R.J., Lager, D. L., Laine, E. F., and Davis, D. T., 1976, Using cross-borehole electromagnetic probing to locate a tunnel: Prepared for U.S. Energy and Research & Development Administration under contract No. W-7405-Eng-48, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, University of California.

Matheson, Gordon M. and Eckert-Clift, Anne, 1986, Characteristics of Chimney Subsidence Sinkhole Development From Abandoned Underground Mines Along the Colorado Front Range. Proceedings From The 2nd Workshop on Surface Subsidence Due to Underground Mining, U.S.D.I., Office of Surface Mining and West Virginia University, 1986, pp. 204-214.

Moran, M. L., and Greenfield, R. J., 1993, Radar signature of a 2.5-D tunnel: Geophysics, v. 58, No. 11., p. 1573-1587.

Munk, Jens, and Sheets, Rodney A., 1997, Detection of Underground Voids in Ohio by Use of Geophysical Methods, Water Resources Investigations Report 97-4221 , U.S. Geological Survey.

Ohio Department of Transportation, Office of Materials Management, Specifications for Subsurface Investigations, November 1, 1995.

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Permit to Install/Permit to Operate A Class V- Injection Well Area Permit for Well Code 5X13.

Peng, Syd S., 1992, Surface Subsidence Engineering, Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc., Braun-Brumfield, Inc.

U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Surface Mining, Report of Findings on Blowouts Due to Outcrop Barriers, February, 1996.

Whitaker, B.N. and Reddish, D.J.. 1989, Subsidence Occurrence, Prediction and Control, Elsevier

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