BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

  1. Isabel D., J. Cyr, A. Hebert and R. Maurice. Aldermac Mine Site Restoration. Presented at the 2009 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  Aldermac  amend lime  consolidate  dam  dry cover  elevated watetable  revegetation  settling pond  spill  tailings 


  2. Heath G.. Autonomous Monitoring System Results at the Gilt Edge Mine. Presented at the 2004 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  dry cover  geomembrane  Gilt Edge  tracer 


  3. C. Thomas and T. O’Grady. Closure Activities – Progress over the last 10 years, Britannia Mine . Presented at the 2018 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  Britannia  closure  collection  maintenance  pit  receiving environment  risk assessment  scaling  solid residue  underground 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Fairview Glory Hole Video

  4. Wiatzka, G.. Closure Liability Estimating for Cape Breton Development Closure Properties. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  Cape Breton  closure  financial security  guidance  underground 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Development of a Screening Level Risk Assessment Methodology for Abandoned Mines and Former Military Sites in Northern Canada
    2. Risk Assessment of Site Conditions at the Port Radium Mine Site, NWT

  5. Shaw S. and A.M. Robertson. Geochemical Predictions of the Landusky Spent Ore Heap Leach Pads and Implications for Water Management. Presented at the 2001 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  drainage chemistry  gas  heap leach  Landusky  mineralogy  PAG  prediction  treatment 


  6. Hofton T. and R. Schwenger. Geomembrane Cover on Normetal Reactive Tailings: A Case Study. Presented at the 2009 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  consolidate  dry cover  geomembrane  Normetal  spill  tailings 


  7. R. Purdon. Implementing Mine Closure Plans - Ontario's Experience. Presented at the 2018 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  financial security  guidelines  Lockerby  Ontario  regulation  Timminco 


  8. Tremblay R. and L. Bienvenu. Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Mitigation in Quebec: An Overview. Presented at the 1999 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  GCL  layering  organic cover  soil cover  tailings cover  underwater 


  9. Patch F. . Mine Drainage Issues at Keno Hills Mine, Yukon. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  Keno Hills  lime  tailings  treatment  underground 


  10. Cowan W.R.. Mine Rehabilitation in Ontario: Legislation Development and Progress. Presented at the 1999 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  closure  financial security  Ontario  regulation 


  11. P. Ferguson, C. Wels, D. Jones and G. Farrer. ML/ARD Impacts and Rehabilitation Planning for Rum Jungle. Presented at the 2018 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  backfill  closure  drainage chemistry  heap leach  hydrology  impoundment  monitoring  PAG  pit  receiving environment  Rum Jungle  soil barrier  tailings  uranium  waste rock 


  12. Deniseger J. and P. Healey. Mt. Washington Copper Mine Remediation Project. Presented at the 2011 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  asphalt cover  dry cover  Mount Washington  passive  receiving environment  wetland 


  13. . Reclamation of the Manitou Tailings Site Using Neutral Tailings from Agnico-Eagle's Goldex Mine. Presented at the 2009 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  dry cover  elevated watertable  Goldex  hydrology  Manitou  predevelopment  prediction  tailings  tailings cover 


  14. Ramsey D.. Sherridon Orphan Mine Reclamation Project: Reclamation Plan Enhancements (or The Importance of Having a Plan "B"). Presented at the 2008 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  amend  batch treatment  dredge  reclamation  Sherridon  tailings  wind erosion 


  15. Ferguson D.. The Abandoned Mt. Washington Mine: A Challenge to Restore the Tsolum River Watershed to Historical Levels of Health and Productivity from the Perspective of the Afflicted Community. Presented at the 2003 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  community  Mount Washington  receiving environment 


  16. Germain D., N. Tassé and J. Cyr. The East-Sullivan Mine Site: Merging Prevention and Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage. Presented at the 2009 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  dry cover  East Sullivan  elevated watertable  organic cover  tailings  water management 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. The East-Sullivan Mine Site: Merging Prevention and Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage

  17. Jarvis A., E. Gozzard, W. Mayes and H. Potter. The Importance of Point and Diffuse Pollution in Developing Management Strategies for Long-Abandoned Deep Coal and Metal Mines in the UK. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  hydrology  receiving environment  sediment  UK  underground 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Identifying Diffuse Sources of Inorganic Pollutants in Post-Industrial Catchments

  18. Bradley, R.. The Rehabilitation of Ontario's Kam Kotia Mine. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  consolidation  dry cover  financial security  GCL  Kam Kotia  lime  NaOH  rehabilitation  solid residue  tailings  treatment 


  19. Hamblin C.. The Rehabilitation of the Kam Kotia Mine Site: An Exercise in Cover Construction and Water Management. Presented at the 2009 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  consolidate  dry cover  GCL  Kam Kotia  soil barrier  tailings 


  20. M. Julien, M. Roy, M. Drouin and R. Lacroix. Update as of 2017 on the Reclamation Works at the Manitou Site with the Goldex Mine Tailings. Presented at the 2018 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  diversion  dry cover  Goldex  Manitou  tailings  tailings cover 


  21. Nordstrom K.. What Decades of Irregular Monitoring Can Show for Two Mine Sites: Iron Mountain, CA and Questa, NM. Presented at the 2003 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  background  discharge  drainage chemistry  Iron Mountain  lime  prediction  Questa  treatment 


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