Mine waste

Earth materials removed during mining and concentrated in piles or beds, typically near the site of extraction. Tailings are mine waste that has been processed to remove valuable components; unprocessed mine waste includes overburden removed to reach commodity materials such as ore or coal.
This category is also used for tailing piles, mine tailings, and mine spoil.
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Digital Map of surficial geology, wetlands, and deepwater habitats, Coeur d'Alene River Valley, Idaho.

The surficial geology, wetlands, and deepwater habitats of the Coeur d' Alene River Valley, Idaho were mapped by Arthur A. Bookstrom and Stephen E. Box (1996-1998) onto 1:24,000 scale topographic base maps (stable-base greenline mylars) for input into an