BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

  1. Nahir M., D. Hockley and P. Mikes. Arsenic trioxide management: Giant Mine Remediation Project. Presented at the 2014 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  arsenic  freezing  Giant  special waste  underground 

  2. Jamieson H., S.R. Walker, C. Andrade, S. Fawcett, S. DeSisto, J. Kavalench, L. Wrye, M. Bromstad, F. Opio, C. Stephen and M. Parsons. Controls on Arsenic Mobility in Mine Waste from Gold Deposits. Presented at the 2012 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  arsenic  bioavailability  Giant  mineralogy  Nova Scotia  prediction  roaster  sediment  soil  tailings 

  3. Royle M.. Giant Mine: Identification of Underground Inflow Water Types and Preliminary Geochemical Monitoring during Reflooding. Presented at the 2006 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  arsenic  backfill  flooding  Giant  hydrology  isotope  prediction  tailings  underground 

  4. Jamieson H.. Mineralogical Controls on the Mobility and Bioaccessibility of Arsenic in Gold Mine Tailings. Presented at the 2008 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  arsenic  bioavailability  gas  Giant  impoundment  natural lake  roaster  sediment  soil  taillings 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. The Speciation of Arsenic in Iron Oxides in Mine Wastes from the Giant Gold Mine, N.W.T.: Application of Synchrotron Micro-XRD and Micro-XANES at the Grain Scale

  5. Beckett C.. Rethinking Mine Remediation. Presented at the 2019 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  First Nation  Giant 

  6. Hockley D., M. Rykaart and M. Noel. Soil Covers in the Canadian North. Presented at the 2004 workshop.

    KEYWORDS:  Arctic Gold and Silver  Beaverlodge  Colomac  Discovery  dry cover  elevated watertable  Faro  freezing  Giant  options analysis  rock cover  soil barrier  Venus 

  7. 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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