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The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 requires that blasting be conducted so as to prevent injury to people and damage to public and property. The three adverse effects are flyrock, ground vibrations and airblast. Blasting close to people frequently results in complaints ofannoyance or damage. Federal and State personnel are responsible for evaluating the validity of the complaint. The elements to be evaluated include: reviewing blast logs, inspecting the mine, inspecting thedoi:10.21000/jasmr00010493 fatcat:wmna3t2orvcu7nbosl2ctt3tdm