BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

  1. Haug M.. Applications of Alternative Covers For Potash Mining. Presented at the 2004 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  amend  dry cover  mine components  mitigation  potash 

  2. Ferguson K.. Applying Risk Assessment to ARD. Presented at the 1998 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  cost  guidelines  mitigation  prediction  risk assessment 

  3. Balcita J.V. and J.A. Meech . ARDx - An Expert System to Select Remediation Options for an ARD-Contaminated Site. Presented at the 2000 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  mitigation  options analysis 

  4. Bellefontaine, K.. BC is Booming - Is ARD Looming? An Overview of Regulatory Approaches and Recent Mining Issues in British Columbia. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  financial security  management  mitigation  prediction  regulation  selenium 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Environmental Management Plans: A Key Tool in Ensuring Successful Long-term Environmental Management at Closed Mine Sites with ML/ARD

  5. M. O'Kane. Boliden Aitik Mine Closure Planning - WRSF Closure Planning Support Studies. Presented at the 2019 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  Aitik  closure  discharge  drainage chemistry  dry cover  hydrology  loading  mitigation  model  NAG  PAG  soil barrier  waste rock 

  6. Downing B.. Case Study - Voisey's Bay. Presented at the 1996 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  mitigation  predevelopment  prediction  Voisey's Bay 

  7. Goodwin, T. and F. Bonner. Field Trip Guide -- Environmental and Economic Impacts Associated with Acid Rock Drainage Generation in the Halifax Regional Municipality. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  geology  mineralogy  mitigation  non-mine  prediction  regulation 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Healing an Open Sore: Rehabilitation of Former Shale Quarries in Nova Scotia

  8. McKeown, M.. Forecasting long term water quality - Swedish mine. Presented at the 2019 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  Aitik  closure  discharge  drainage chemistry  dry cover  hydrology  loading  mitigation  model  PAG  prediction  soil barrier  waste rock 

  9. Zinck J.. Lime Sludge Management - An Update on Technologies. Presented at the 2003 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  deposition  lime  mitigation  prediction  solid residue  survey  treatment 

  10. S. Day. ML/ARD Mitigation at the Red Chris Mine, BC. Presented at the 2018 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  geology  kinetic tests  mitigation  operating  PAG  pit  Red Chris  segregation  selenium  tailings  waste rock 

  11. Nicholson R.. Panel Discussion. Challenges/Solutions/Tools and Research Needs: What uncertainty exists? How do you deal with it? What new tools and research would you like to see developed? . Presented at the 2014 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  guidelines  mitigation  prediction  research needs 

  12. Sollner D., D. Hockley, J. Chapman and K. Black. Predicting Water Quality from the Reflooded Mine at the Crandon Project. Presented at the 2001 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  blasting residues  cement  Crandon  flooded underground  mitigation  paste tailings  prediction  waste rock 

  13. Price W.. Regulation as a Tool for Reducing Risks and Preventing Impacts Associated with Metal Leaching and Acid Rock Drainage. Presented at the 1998 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  guidelines  mineralogy  mitigation  NP  PAG  prediction  regulation  risk assessment  waste rock 

  14. Gallinger R.. Wet Covers as a Remediation Strategy for Tailings Facilities - Elliot Lake Case Studies. Presented at the 1999 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  amend  community  dredge  impoundment  lime  limestone  mitigation  natural lake  options analysis  Panel  Quirke  Spanish American  Stanleigh  tailings  treatment  underwater  uranium 

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