BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

  1. R. Beckie and Antamina Waste-Rock Research Team at Antamina, University of British Columbia and University of Alberta. A Ten-Year Waste-Rock Study: Lessons Learned from Multiple Scales and Impact on Prediction. Presented at the 2017 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  Antamina  AP  drainage chemistry  gas  hydrology  microbiology  model  neutral pH  prediction  scale up  soil cover  temperature  waste rock 


  2. Bucknam C., W. White III and K. Lapakko. ASTM Standardization of Methods for Environmental Characterization of Metal Bearing Wastes and Ores. Presented at the 2005 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  drainage chemistry  kinetic test  NP  PAG  prediction 


  3. Price, W. (Bill). Brief Overview of the Procedures used in the Prediction of Drainage Chemistry from Sulfidic Geological Materials. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  closure  drainage chemistry  guidelines  kinetic test  NP  operating  PAG  pre-development  prediction 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. List of Potential Information Requirements in Metal Leaching and Acid Rock Drainage Assessment and Mitigation Work (MEND Project 5.10E)

  4. Day S., K. Sexsmith, D. MacGregor, P. Mehling, S. Shaw and U. Kestler. Cold Temperature Effects on Geochemical Weathering. Presented at the 2005 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  drainage chemistry  NP  prediction  temperature 


  5. Price W.. Criteria Used in Material Characterization and the Prediction of Drainage Chemistry: "Screaming Criteria". Presented at the 2005 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  guidelines  kinetic test  neutral pH  PAG  prediction  sampling 


  6. Day S., W. Kuit and M. Filion. Evolution of Mine Drainage Chemistry, Red Dog Mine, Alaska. Presented at the 2003 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  kinetic test  PAG  prediction  Red Dog 


  7. Gammons C.. Geochemistry of the Berkeley Pit Lake, Butte, Montana. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  Berkeley  Butte  drainage chemistry  hydrology  metal recovery  mineralogy  pit lake 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Long Term Changes in the Limnology and Geochemistry of the Berkeley Pit Lake, Butte, Montana
    2. Geochemistry and Stable Isotope Composition of the Berkeley Pit Lake and Surrounding Mine Waters, Butte, Montana

  8. Bennett J.. Prediction from an Australian Perspective. Presented at the 1996 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  gas  prediction  temperature  waste rock 


  9. Bertrand V.. Pyrite Reactivity Study and Geochemical Stability of Paste Backfill. Presented at the 1999 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  backfill  cement  kinetic test  paste  prediction  tailings 


  10. Fennemore G.. Risk-Based Analysis of Acid Rock Drainage as it Purports to Waste Rock Dumps. Presented at the 1998 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  drainage chemistry  hydrology  model  risk assessment  waste rock 


  11. Vos R.J. and T. O'Hearn. Sulphate Mineral Speciation by Sequential Extraction for the Proposed Veladero Mine, Argentina. Presented at the 2001 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  mineralogy  prediction  Veladero 


  12. Amos R., J. Langman, S. Sinclair, D. Wilson, B. Bailey and D. Blowes, A. Krentz, N. Fretz, L. Smith and D. Sego. The Diavik Waste-Rock Project: Factors controlling sulfide oxidation at the micro and macro scale. Presented at the 2014 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  Diavik  hydrology  prediction  temperature  waste rock 


  13. Campbell G.D.. Twenty-five Years of Mine Waste Characterisation in Western Australia: Overview of Testwork Approaches. Presented at the 2013 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  kinetic test  PAG  prediction 


  14. R.V. Nicholson, D. Skruch, D. Amores, S. Barabash, E. Cullen and P. Blanchard. Voisey’s Bay Nickel Mine: A Unique Approach to Mine Rock Management in the 1990s with a Follow-up Assessment in 2017. Presented at the 2018 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  NP  PAG  prediction  segregation  underwater  Voisey's Bay  waste rock 


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