it’s where a mountain top gets blown up so that a valley can be filled. Up to 800 feet of a mountain is removed during the process.
Mountaintop removal is the name for the process of blowing up the peaks of mountains and dragging the rubble to a nearby valley or hollow in order to mine for things like coal more conveniently.
The link below is an article by National Geographic about this process and its effect on the environment … and the horizon.
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