BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

Proceedings:

  1. Amos R., J. Langman, S. Sinclair, D. Wilson, B. Bailey and D. Blowes, A. Krentz, N. Fretz, L. Smith and D. Sego. The Diavik Waste-Rock Project: Factors controlling sulfide oxidation at the micro and macro scale. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  Diavik  hydrology  prediction  temperature  waste rock 


  2. Swayze A. Maximizing community resources. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  First Nation  Highland Valley Copper  reclamation 


  3. Rowe R.K. Geomembranes (GM) and geosynthetic clay covers (GCL): what is known and should be assumed by practitioners about cover durability. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  dry cover  GCL  geomembranes 


  4. Rowe R.K. GMR and GCL covers: what monitoring, maintenance, repair and replacement is needed to ensure and contingency plans are needed for proactive detection and resolution of problems before there are significant environmental impacts. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  dry cover  GCL  geomembranes  maintenance  monitoring 


  5. O'Kane M. and L. Barbour. Challenges with measuring cover system performance. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  Cape Breton  dry cover  monitoring 


  6. Weeks B., G. Lopez Vasquez and A. Santander. Integrated closure planning for waste rock and tailings in an arid climate. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  dry covers  planning  tailings  waste rock  water management 


  7. Nahir M., D. Hockley and P. Mikes. Arsenic trioxide management: Giant Mine Remediation Project. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  arsenic  freezing  Giant  special waste  underground 


  8. Jarvis A., J. Davis, P. Orme, S. Rudall and C. Gandy. The influence and implications of hydrological conditions on metal flux from long abandoned mining districts of the North of England. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  Force Crag  hydrology  receiving environment 


  9. Sonnenberg H., L. Ramilo, J. Keene, M. Stephenson and J. Nilsen. Investigation of causes of effects on benthic invertebrate communities downstream of two metal mines. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  Flin Flon  receiving environment  selenium 


  10. Cowan D. and B. Mattson. ML/ARD Program at Quinsam Coal. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  bulkhead  coarse coal reject  flooded underground  impoundment  monitoring  PAG  pit lake  Quinsam Coal  segregation  underwater 


  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? . 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  guidelines  mitigation  prediction  research needs 


  12. Chatwin T. INAP Update (2014). 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  INAP 


  13. Tremblay G. and C. Hogan. MEND and NOAMI Update (2014). 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  MEND  NOAMI 


  14. Morin K.A. Applicability of scaling factors to humidity-cell kinetic rates for larger-scale predictions. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  drainage chemistry  kinetic test  prediction  scale up  temperature 


  15. Kirchner T. and B. Mattson. Scaling geochemical loads in mine drainage chemistry modelling - from humidity cell leachate to mine-site drainage chemistry. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  particle size 


  16. Day S., S. Shaw and K. Sexsmith. Progress on translating ("scaling") laboratory weathering tests on mine wastes to full scale facilities. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  drainage chemistry  kinetic test  prediction  scale up 


  17. Cash A., G.W. Wilson, D.W. Blowes, R.T. Amos, B. McNeill and J. Robertson. Structural and hydrologic characterization of two historic waste rock piles at Detour Lake Mine. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  Detour  hydrology  PAG  particle size  prediction 


  18. Soto C. The challenge of chemical stability in Chile: the current scenario and practical applications. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  Chile  Fundaci—n Chile  regulation 


  19. Mallen N., K. Malowany and B. Mattson. A phased, risk-based approach to ML/ARD assessment for linear infrastructure projects. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  highway  prediction  risk assessment 


  20. Nelson M. The effect of geological models on ML/ARD characterization program design at the KSM Project. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  geology  KSM  model 


  21. Jarvis A., C. Gandy, R. Harris, J. Malley, A. Moorhouse, and H. Potter. Design, construction and performance of the UK's first full-scale passive mine water treatment system for base metal mine drainage. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  Force Crag  passive  treatment  underground  vertical flow 


  22. Weber P.A., Z. Diloreto and C.G. Weisener. Passive treatment of ARD impacted waters using waste mussel shells. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  amend  passive  shells  Stockton  treatment  waste rock 


  23. Merla A. and K. Pouw. Effluent treatment experience with proprietary organosulphide reagents. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  active  organosulphide  proprietory  treatment 


  24. Bratty M., T. Rutkowski, K. Conroy and A. van Niekerk. Established and innovative sulfate removal treatment processes. 21st British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2014.

    KEYWORDS:  sulphate treatment 


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