Hynes T.. A Chemical and Ecotoxicological Assessment of the Impact of Marine Tailings Disposal. Presented at the 1999 workshop.
KEYWORDS: submarine tailings toxicity underwater
Mann G. and R. Baker. Application of Ecological Risk Assessment to Water-Covered Mine Wastes. Presented at the 2001 workshop.
KEYWORDS: bioavailability Bluebell natural lake risk assessment toxicity underwater
Rankin M.. Ecological Risk Assessment of Metals and Acid Rock Drainage. Presented at the 1998 workshop.
KEYWORDS: receiving environment risk assessment toxicity
Fitzgerald D. and R. Nicholson. Environmental Management Criteria for Selenium and Molybdenum: A Review Relevant to the Mining Industry. Presented at the 2019 workshop.
KEYWORDS: Brenda Mine climate change drainage chemistry geology molybdenum neutral pH receiving environment regulation risk assessment selenium toxicity
Prairie R.. Environmental Risk Assessment for Metals in Sediments. Presented at the 1998 workshop.
KEYWORDS: bioavailability guidelines human health receiving environment risk assessment sediment toxicity
McNee J.. Gel Sampler. Presented at the 1998 workshop.
KEYWORDS: bioavailability receiving environment toxicity
Riehm D.. Getting the Acronyms Straight: AETE and MMEEM. Presented at the 1999 workshop.
KEYWORDS: MMER receiving environment toxicity
Sharpe I.. Permitting Mining Related Discharges: How to Assess and Manage Risk Using Principles of Impact Assessment Biology. Presented at the 1998 workshop.
KEYWORDS: guidelines receiving environment regulation risk assessment toxicity
Novak L. and K. Holtze. Toxicity Investigation Case Studies with Metal Mining Effluents. Presented at the 2010 workshop.
KEYWORDS: prediction processing residue thiosalt toxicity
Hogan C.. Toxicological Investigations of Mining Effluents (TIME) Network. Presented at the 2001 workshop.
KEYWORDS: guidance TIME toxicity
Veiga M.M., R. Medes da Silva, M.C. Sandoval, J. Hinton and B. Klein. Use of Earthworms as Bioindicators for ML-ARD. Presented at the 2000 workshop.
KEYWORDS: bioavailability prediction soil toxicity
McKernan J.M. and D.B. Huebert. Using Critters, Clams and Fish to Define “Real” Ecological Risks at Orphaned and Abandoned Sites – The Lynn Lake Case Study. Presented at the 2019 workshop.
KEYWORDS: abandoned loading Lynn Lake modelling receiving environment regulation risk assessment toxicity