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PAMP:  Principal Areas of Mine Pollution

About

The PAMP (Principal Areas of Mine Pollution) data set is a compilation of 2,422 mining operations and their potential water-quality problems. This information was originally compiled in 1972 by the Division of Mines and Geology for the State Water Resources Control Board. It was published in a series of volumes of tabular data. The data set includes operations where production exceeded $100,000 or where other factors indicated a high potential for pollution.

Spatial Data

The spatial data is available as a set of ESRI shapefiles compressed in a ZIP archive file (approx. 2.0 mb). The archive contains a shapefile for point data. The archive also contains this html file and FGDC metadata.

Contact Information

Office of Mine Reclamation
Abandoned Mine Lands Unit
801 K St., MS 09-06
Sacramento, CA 95814

Telephone: (916) 323-9198
Email: OMR.calendar@conservation.ca.gov