BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

Proceedings:

  1. K. Patterson, L. Robertson, H. McLeod and B. Chambers. MEND Study of Tailings Management Technologies Part 1. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  filter  impoundment  options analysis  paste  risk assessment  slurry  survey  tailings  thicken  water management 


  2. K. Patterson, L. Robertson, H. McLeod and B. Chambers . MEND Study of Tailings Management Technologies Part 2. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  Canadian Malartic  filter  Greens Creek  Musselwhite  options analysis  Raglan  tailings  thicken 


  3. N. Eriksson. De-pyritization of Tailings: Experiences from Three Copper Mines in Scandinavia. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  Aitik  desulphurize  European Union  Kevitsa  Kylylahti  regulations  tailings  thiosalt 


  4. M. Julien, M. Roy, M. Drouin and R. Lacroix. Update as of 2017 on the Reclamation Works at the Manitou Site with the Goldex Mine Tailings. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  diversion  dry cover  Goldex  Manitou  tailings  tailings cover 


  5. B. Bussière, S. Puliot, E. Charbonneau and W. Wilson. On the Use of Paste Rock as Cover Material for Mine Site Reclamation. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  Canadian Malartic  co-disposal  dry cover  kinetic test  options analysis  slurry  tailings  waste rock 


  6. M. Aubertin, M. James, N. D’Anjou, C. Pednault, B. Bussière, T. Pabst, N. Pepin and M. Limoges. Waste Rock Inclusions to Improve the Performance of Tailings Impoundments: The Canadian Malartic Case Study. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  Canadian Malartic  impoundment  physical stability  slurry  tailings  waste rock inclusions 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. A research project on the use of waste rock inclusions to improve the performance of tailings impoundments
      M. James, M. Aubertin, B. Bussière, C. Pednault, N. Pépin and M. Limoges
    2. On the use of waste rock inclusions to improve the performance of tailings impoundments
      M. James, M. Aubertin and B. Bussière

  7. B. Bussière and T. Pabst. Collaborative Research on Environment and Mine Waste Management at the Research Institute on Mines and the Environment (RIME). 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  field tests  Lac Tio Mine  RIME  UQAT  waste rock 


  8. B. Bailey and K. Bellefontaine. Water Treatment: Experience and Challenges with Old and New Technologies at Mines in BC. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  active  BC  collection  cost  drainage treatment  guidelines  passive  regulation  solid residue 


  9. D. Kratochivil. Demonstrating the Performance of Innovative Treatment Systems. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  drainage treatment  ion exchange  Kemess  regulation  research needs  scale-up  selenium  Silver Tip  sulphate reduction 


  10. A. Lewis-Russ, T. Moore, T.R. Brown and A.C. Riese. Use of Constructed Wetlands to Reduce Metals in Drainage from a High Altitude Mine System, SW Colorado: Mine Hydrology/Chemistry. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  drainage chemistry  drainage treatment  geology  hydrology  prediction  underground 


  11. D. Dean, J. Fricke, T. Moore, T.R. Brown and A.C. Riese. Use of Constructed Wetlands to Reduce Metals in Drainage from a High Altitude Mine System, SW Colorado: Treatment Options and Vertical System. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  aeration  climate  drainage treatment  flocculent  passive  settling  sulphate reduction 


  12. A. Sobolewski, T. Moore, T.R. Brown, A.C. Riese and J. Fricke. Use of Constructed Wetlands to Reduce Metals in Drainage from a High Altitude Mine System, SW Colorado: Horizontal System. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  drainage treatment  flocculent  limestone bed  monitoring  passive  settling  sulphate reduction  temperature  wetland 


  13. J. Mackin, D. Flather and H. Bent. Prediction of Drainage Chemistry for Contact Water Passing Through Multiple Rock Units Within a Proposed Block Cave Mining Operation. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  bulkhead  drainage chemistry  flood  geology  hydrology  Kemess  kinetic test  model  prediction  subsidence  underground  underwater 


  14. J. Dockrey, D. Flather, L. Findlater, S. Jackson, J. Helsen, J. Scott and J. Gjertsen. Elevated Uranium and Arsenic Concentrations in Baseline Water Quality at the Coffee Gold Site: Implications for Geochemical Predictions. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  arsenic  Coffee Gold  drainage chemistry  mineralogy  monitoring  prediction  receiving environment  uranium 


  15. R.V. Nicholson, D. Skruch, D. Amores, S. Barabash, E. Cullen and P. Blanchard. Voisey’s Bay Nickel Mine: A Unique Approach to Mine Rock Management in the 1990s with a Follow-up Assessment in 2017. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  AP  NP  PAG  prediction  segregation  underwater  Voisey's Bay  waste rock 


  16. P. Ferguson, C. Wels and N. Pesonen. Previous Mine Waste Disposal and ARD/ML Management at Nyrstar Myra Falls, British Columbia. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  collection  diversion  drainage chemistry  hydrology  impoundment  loading  Myra Falls  natural lake  PAG  paste  receiving environment  slurry  tailings  waste rock  water management 


  17. P. Ferguson, C. Wels and N. Pesonen. Current Site Conditions and Water Quality Predictions for Myra Creek, Nyrstar Myra Falls, British Columbia. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  closure  collection  diversion  drainage chemistry  loadings  model  Myra Falls  prediction  receiving environment  underwater 


  18. A-M. Sam and R. Sam. Nak’Azdli Whut’en Perspective on Mine Reclamation and Environmental Protection (presentation not submitted). 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  community  First Nation  monitoring  receiving environment  stakeholder presentation not submitted 


  19. C. Dumaresq. The Cobalt Mining Legacy: History of the Cobalt Camp. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  arsenic  Cobalt  community  cyanide  impoundments  lake disposal  processing  tailings  waste rock 


  20. C. Kennedy, J. Noël, J. Cayouette, M. Story, K. Korman and A. Story. The Historic Cobalt Mining Camp: Evaluating Rehabilitation Options in a Hydro-Geochemically Challenged Environment. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  arsenic  Cobalt  drainage chemistry  geology  hydrology  mineralogy  prediction  processing  receiving environment  risk assessment 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Cobalt mines 3D video
      C. Kennedy, J. Noël, J. Cayouette, M. Story, K. Korman and A. Story

  21. R. Purdon. Implementing Mine Closure Plans - Ontario's Experience. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  financial security  guidelines  Lockerby  Ontario  regulation  Timminco 


  22. H. Larratt. Long-term Performance of Reclaimed Tailings Ponds at HVC in a Warming Climate. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  bioavailability  climate change  drainage chemistry  Highland Valley  impoundment  reclamation  tailings  underwater 


  23. L. Warren. Proof of Principle: How Genomics Can Innovate Mining Environmental Management. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  drainage chemistry  genomics  microbiology  thiosalt 


  24. P. Chevalier, C. Hogan and B. Price. Partnerships and Collaboration: MEND, NOAMI, INAP and NRCan BC-MEND ML/ARD Website. 24th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. 2017.

    KEYWORDS:  CanmetMINING  INAP  MEND  NOAMI 


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