BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

  1. MacDonald B.. Cape Breton Development Corporation (CBDC) Site Closure Program. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  background  Cape Breton  closure  financial security  flooded  subsidence  underground 

  2. Taylor L.. Development of a New Mine on a Brownfield Site and Drainage Chemistry: Doyon Mine and Westwood Mine. Presented at the 2018 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  closure  construction material  costs  desulphurize  Doyon  encapsulation  flooded  HDS  impoundment  operating  pit  solid residue  tailings  treatment  underground  waste rock  Westwood 

  3. Younger P. and A. Blachere. First-Flush, Reverse First-Flush and Partial First-Flush: Dynamics of Short-and Long-Term Changes in the Quality of Water Flowing from Abandoned Deep Mine Systems. Presented at the 2003 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  discharge  flooded  prediction  underground 

  4. Dockrey J. and A. Shaw. Geochemical behaviour of adit drainage under saturated and unsaturated conditions at two underground mines in Northern British Columbia. Presented at the 2015 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  drainage chemistry  flooded  prediction  underground 

  5. Sexsmith K., D. Schwab, S. Day and R. McCandless. Long-Term Monitoring Data from the Britannia Mine, British Columbia. Presented at the 2003 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  Britannia  discharge  drainage chemistry  flooded  prediction  underground 

  6. Nicholson R.. Use of Solubility and Leach Tests in the Prediction of Drainage Chemistry from Weathered Tailings and Waste Rock - Examples from Gold and Uranium Mines. Presented at the 2005 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  Cluff Lake  drainage chemistry  encapsulation  flooded  McClean Lake  Porcupine  prediction  tailings  waste rock 

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