Posted: April 04, 2011
The Ohio State University research team recently presented an overview of its current research efforts to document and advance remining of Ohio coal in conjunction with reclamation of abandoned mined lands at the Duck Creek Watershed Partnership meeting. OSU undergraduate research assistant Nate Mauger presented the study at the partnership meeting held March 31, 2011 in Caldwell, Ohio.
The dinner meeting was attended by State Representative Andy Thompson of the 93rd District and by representatives of Washington and Noble county commissioners as well as county soil and water conservation districts, emergency and health departments, country trustees, OSU Extension Service, Community Action, and B&N Coal.
OSU undergraduate student researcher Nate Mauger poses with State Representative Andy Thompson (Member of Ohio House of Representative representing the 93rd District, which includes Guernsey, Monroe and Noble counties, as well as portions of Washington and Muskingum counties of Ohio).