BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

Proceedings:

​Challenges with Open Pits and Underground Workings

  1. Gammons C. Geochemistry of the Berkeley Pit Lake, Butte, Montana. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    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
      Gammons C. and T. Duaime
    2. Geochemistry and Stable Isotope Composition of the Berkeley Pit Lake and Surrounding Mine Waters, Butte, Montana
      Pellicori D., C. Gammons and S. Poulson

  2. Guerin F., S. Wilson and R. Nicholson. Optimizing In-Pit Disposal of Problematic Waste Rock Using Leaching Tests, Portable XRF, Block and Mass Transport Models. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  drainage chemistry  hydrology  McClean Lake  prediction  segregation  underwater  uranium  waste rock 


  3. Lawrence G. and R. Pieters. Physical Processes and Meromixis in Pit Lakes. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  Brenda  Equity  Faro  Island Copper  pit lake 


  4. Pieters R. and G. Lawrence. Physical Processes and the Remediation of the Colomac Zone 2 Pit Lake. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  Colomac  cyanide  insitu  nutrients  pit lake  treatment 


  5. Wen M. and C. Pelletier. The Concept of Steady State in Pit Lake Development: Island Copper Case Study. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  insitu  Island Copper  nutrients  pit lake  treatment 


  6. Martin A., J. McNee, J. Gerits and R. Goldblatt. The Bioremediation of Mine-Site Pit Lakes: Considerations, Limitations and Case Studies. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  biosolids  carbon  insitu  nutrients  pit lake  treatment 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Experimental Eutrophication of a Shallow Acidic Mining Lake and Effects on the Phytoplankton
      Lessmann D., A. Fyson and B. Nixdorf
    2. The Ravlidmyran Pit Lake Before Treatment, After Liming, and After Treatment with Sewage Sludge
      Lu M. and B. Ohlander

  7. Larratt H. and M. Freberg. Using Pit Lakes as Bio-Reactors: Overcoming Their "Crater-Lake" Tendencies. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  Highland Valley  insitu  nutrients  pit lake  treatment 


  8. Williams D. Golden Sunlight Mine Pit Backfill: The History and the Science of the Backfill Issues at the Golden Sunlight Mine. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  Golden Sunlight  hydrology  pit  waste rock  Zortman-Landusky 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Pit Backfill: Yea or Nay, A Montana Example
      Williams R.D.

  9. Wels C. and L. Findlater. Prediction of Groundwater Recovery and Post-Flooding Groundwater Quality. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  hydrology  model  options analysis  pit  prediction  tailings  waste rock 


  10. Huls B. and D. Caron. Introduction to the Selbaie Mine Reclamation and Role of the Pit. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  pit  reclamation  Selbaie 


  11. Venhuis M., P. McKee, R. Nicholson and B. Huls. Defining Source Terms for Backfill Component in the Selbaie Mine Pit. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  drainage chemistry  kinetic test  peat  pit lake  prediction  Selbaie  soil  waste rock 


  12. Dunbar D., D. Flather and S. Salvador. Modeling of Mines Selbaie Pit Lake: Calibration and Long-Term Forecasting. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  diffusion barrier  hydrology  model  peat  pit lake  Selbaie  soil  solid residue  treatment  waste rock 


  13. Aube B. Les Mines Selbaie, Zinc Removal from Pit Lake: Laboratory, Limnocorals, Batch Pit Treatment. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  batch  lime  pit lake  Selbaie  treatment 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Pit Lake Treatment at Les Mines Selbaie
      Huls B., B. AubŽ and D. Couture

  14. Caron D. and B. Huls. Progress and Future Plans for Pit Decommissioning, Selbaie. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  active  batch  lime  pit lake  Selbaie  treatment 


  15. Orava D. A MEND Case Study Update: The Owl Creek Open Pit Waste Rock Backfill Project. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  amend limestone  backfill  options analysis  Owl Creek  pit  waste rock 


  16. Morin K. and Hutt N. The MEND Minewall Technique: Overview and Details. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  humidity cell  kinetic test  minewall  pit  prediction  underground 


  17. Patch F. . Mine Drainage Issues at Keno Hills Mine, Yukon. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  Keno Hills  lime  tailings  treatment  underground 


  18. Gammons C. Geochemistry of Flooded Underground Mine Waters in Butte, Montana. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    Supporting Documents:

    1. A Survey of the Geochemistry of Flooded Mine Shaft Water in Butte, Montana
      Gammons C., J. Metesh and D. Snyder

  19. 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. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  hydrology  receiving environment  sediment  UK  underground 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Identifying Diffuse Sources of Inorganic Pollutants in Post-Industrial Catchments
      Mayes W.M., E. Gozzard, H. Potter and A.P. Jarvis

  20. Kwong Y.T.J. Evolution of Mine-Pool Chemistry at the Sydney Coal Mines, Nova Scotia, and Its Impacts on Decommissioning Strategy. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  Cape Breton  flooded underground  hydrology  prediction  water management 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Evolution of Mine-Pool Chemistry at the Sydney Coalfield, Nova Scotia, Canada, and Its Implications for Mine Decommissioning
      Kwong Y.T.J., S. Forgeron and R.J. MacDonald

  21. Wolkersdorfer C. and A. Hasche. Storage of LDS Sludge in a Flooded Underground Mine: Tracer Tests and Water Quality Development. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  flood  hydroloogy  StraBbergHerz  tracer  treatment solid residue  underground 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Mine Water Tracer Tests as a Basis for Remediation Strategies
      Wolkersdorfer C.
    2. Mine Water Tracing - A Tool for Assessing Flow Paths in Flooded Underground Mines
      Wolkersdorfer C., N. Geldtner and I. Trebusak

  22. O'Hara G. and R. Hammett. Britannia Mine Remediation Project: Water Management. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  Britannia  collection  discharge  diversion  flooded underground  HDS  loadings  treatment 


  23. Royle M. Giant Mine: Identification of Underground Inflow Water Types and Preliminary Geochemical Monitoring during Reflooding. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  arsenic  backfill  flooding  Giant  hydrology  isotope  prediction  tailings  underground 


  24. Berdusco R. Sullivan Accident 2006. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  failure  health and safety  Sullivan  waste rock 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Speaker Notes
      Berdusco R.
    2. Sullivan News Release
      B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources
    3. Backgrounder
      Sullivan Mine Report, B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources
    4. Sullivan Mine Accident Report
      B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources
    5. Sullivan Sampling Shed Diagram
      B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources

  25. Tremblay G. and C. Hogan. An Update on MEND and NOAMI Programs (2006). 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  MEND  NOAMI 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. MEND in the 21st Century
      Tremblay G. and C. Hogan
    2. Initiatives at Natural Resources Canada to Deal with Orphan and Abandoned Mines
      Tremblay G. and C. Hogan

  26. Chatwin T. INAP: An Update (2006). 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  INAP 


  27. Quock R. and E. Doody. A First Nation Perspective on Mining. 13th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2006.

    KEYWORDS:  First Nation 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Speaker Notes
      Quock R. and E. Doody

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