For the more information about the geologic resources of the National Park Service, please visit http://www.nature.nps.gov/geology/.


AML Hazard Signs

Mitigation measures used to address AML risks vary depending upon site conditions, access, and mitigation needs for a given feature. Following is a gallery of AML Signs - used to prohibit access at AML sites with public safety hazards.



National Park Service Program

Backcountry

Underground

Open Mine Shafts

Danger Bilingual

Open Mine Shafts

Radation Area

Kaymore Mine

Falling Hazard

AML Bilingual

AML Radiation

Bat Habitat

AML Bat Habitat



Other Federal and State Programs

USFS Bilingual

Kids Warning

Mine Opening

Stay Out Stay Alive

Notice Revised

Notice

Hazardous Structure

Quarries

Stay Out Stay Alive

General Warning

ATVs

Warning

Stay Out Stay Alive

California State AML

California State AML

USDA Forest Service

Nevada State AML

Stay Out - Stay Alive

California State AML


 


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Last Updated: February 11, 2013