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Mr. Terry Ackman

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UFO, 10 Jan 2007 [cached]
Terry Ackman, DOE Mining Engineer and Clean Water Team Leader, said, "This is the first time this system was used to locate mine water drainage.We selected the Sewickley Creek Watershed because of our previous work and familiarity with the mine drainage problems in this region and our working relationship with the SCWA."
Ackman said the ability of this remote sensing technology will also be evaluated in terms of identifying raw sewage entering the streams within the watershed.
Locating and Abating Sources of Acid Mine Drainage at Reclaimed Strip Mines, 8 Aug 2008 [cached]
Terry E. Ackman
Mining Engineer U.S. Bureau of Mines
1998 Proceedings - WV Mine Drainage Task Force, 1 Jan 1998 [cached]
Mr. Terry Ackman U.S. Department of Energy P.O. Box 10940 Pittsburgh, PA 15236-0940 (412) 892-6566
INTO THE CANYON, 6 Mar 2000 [cached]
"The main benefit of remote sensing," noted Terry Ackman, Clean Water Team Leader in FETC's Environmental Science & Technology Division, "is its ability to produce a holistic view that considers a watershed's inputs and outputs."The technology can, for example, detect acid mine drainage (AMD), sewage and natural seeps, though it cannot, by itself, distinguish them.However, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology, which generates overlays of mine and geological maps with remote sensing data, will significantly help to sort out potential pollution targets.In many cases, the technologies are capable of pinpointing pollution sources that may otherwise go undetected.
The technologies to be used include a multi-spectral scanner (MSS) configured with dual thermal infrared sensors and three airborne geophysical technologies: terrain conductivity, very low frequency, and magnetometry.Data for the three geophysical technologies will be collected simultaneously for all areas.
Technical contact: Terry Ackman, DOE Federal Energy Technology Center, 412/-386-6566, e-mail
Our Mission: To restore, preserve and promote the outstandingnatural qualities of the Cheat River watershed.
Today's News, 24 Sept 2003 [cached]
--Terry Ackman, Clean Water Team Leader, Department of Energy
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