BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

  1. Birkham T. and M. O’Kane. Case Studies to Ignite Your Understanding of Combusting Waste Rock Management and Controls. Presented at the 2020 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  backfill  deposition  encapsulation  gas  kinetic test  layering  mitigation  monitoring  particle size  prediction  segregation  temperature  waste rock  wind-erosion 


  2. Morin N., N. Melaschenko and J. Dickson. Indigenous Relationships – Case Studies in Natural Resource Management. Presented at the 2018 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  bioavailability  First Nation  Highland Valley Copper  human health  reclamation  Red Chris  wind-erosion 


  3. Blais E.. Remediation of the East Tailings Management Area, Lynn Lake, Manitoba . Presented at the 2019 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  dry cover  limestone  Lynn Lake  options analysis  permeable reactive barrier  tailings impoundment  treatment  vertical flow pond  wind-erosion 


  4. Straub K., J. Page, M. Paradis and D. Tremblay. Tailings Storage Facility: Issues & Perspective of Filtered Tailings in an Arctic Environment Part 2. Presented at the 2012 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  dry cover  filter  freezing  Raglan  tailings  wind-erosion 


  5. Hamblin C.. The Ongoing Rehabilitation of Ontario’s Kam Kotia Mine: An Abandoned Acid Generating Tailings Site. Presented at the 2019 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  batch Na0H  cost  GCL  geotube  Kam Kotia  lime treatment  receiving environment  saturated cover  soil barrier  solid residue  spill  tailings  underwater  wind-erosion 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. The Continuing Rehabilitation of the Kam Kotia Mine Site: An Acid Generating Abandoned Tailings Site

  6. Jamieson H., A. Cleaver, P. Huntsman, C. Rickwood and A. Bailey. Windblown Tailings Dust as a Source of Metal to Surface Water. Presented at the 2020 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  arsenic  drainage chemistry  Giant  mineralogy  roaster  Stirling  tailings  wind-erosion 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Characterization of Tailings Dust from Two Abandoned Mine Sites: Effects on Nearby Surface Waters and Evaluation of Dust Sampling Methods. MSc thesis, Queen’s University (Supervisors H.E. Jamieson and P. Huntsman)
    2. Characterization of Arsenic-hosting Solid Phases in Giant Mine Tailings and Tailings Dust. MSc thesis, Queen’s University (Supervisor H.E. Jamieson)

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