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10/ 2/17
One of the more interesting aspects of flying is reading an aviation chart. Even though paper maps are fast becoming archaic, soon to be found only in time-capsules, the apps on our iPads still need to be interpreted and understood. Along with topographical designations and airport symbols and relevant elevation markings, there are boundaries that represent where and how high you can fly.
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10/ 4/17
In 1994, it was discovered that acid mine drainage had been forming on the embankment at the tailings facility at the Thompson Creek Mine since 1987. Agencies and the mine finally took action in the late 1990s to remove and/or bury acid-forming sands on the site. This pollution will last in perpetuity. The mining company is currently collecting this discharge and treating it, but no money has been set aside to continue water quality treatments after the mine closes.

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