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Proceedings of [the] fourth Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage

Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage (4th 2000 Townsville, Qld.)

Proceedings of [the] fourth Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage

by Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage (4th 2000 Townsville, Qld.)

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Published by Australian Centre for Mining Environmental Research in Kenmore, Qld .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acid mine drainage -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesProceedings of fourth Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage, Acid mine drainage
    Statementeditors, N.J. Grundon and L.C. Bell.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsGrundon, N. J. 1941-, Bell, L. C., Australian Centre for Mining Environmental Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD899.M5 A93 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 252 p. :
    Number of Pages252
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3619003M
    ISBN 100957796617
    LC Control Number2002392276

    Proceedings: Weatherall C. Introduction to Workshop. 4th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. KEYWORDS: MEND Chambers D. Operational Use of Mathematical Modelling. 4th British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching/Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver. KEYWORDS: dry cover model prediction tailings waste rock. Cite As: Regnier, TC, Kouekam, CR, Leonard, CM, Mokgalaka, NS & Weiersbye, IM , 'Chemical analysis and potential use of the tree Combretum erythrophyllum grown on gold and uranium mine tailings seepage', in AB Fourie & M Tibbett (eds), Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Mine Closure, Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Perth, pp.

    Karathanasis, A.D.; Johnson, C.M. Metal removal potential by three aquatic plants in an acid mine drainage wetland. Mine Water Environ. , 22, 22– [Google Scholar] Ramírez Masferrer, J.A. Passive treatment of acid mine drainage at the La Extranjera Mine (Puertollano, Spain). Mine Water Environ. , 21, – Formation and prevention of pipe scale from acid mine drainage at Iron Mountain and Leviathan Mines, California, USA. Pipelines carrying acid mine drainage (AMD) to treatment plants commonly form pipe scale, an Fe(III)-rich precipitate that forms inside the pipelines and requires periodic and costly cleanout and maintenance.

    used in treating acid and metal-containing drainage at mine sites in Australia. Dr J. Taylor, Earth Systems Pty Ltd, reviewed these at the Fifth Australian Acid Drainage Workshop () and will be reporting on some of the current research by his organisation at the 7th ICARD. Technology Transfer. Acid Mine Drainage Issues in Gold Mine Waste Dumps ( - Date) Proceedings of the 5th UMaT Biennial International Mining and Mineral Conference on the theme: “Expanding the Frontiers of Mining Technology”, Tarkwa, Ghana, 1st to 4th August, Co-Facilitator, ICMM Workshop on Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining (ASM) and.


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Proceedings of [the] fourth Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage by Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage (4th 2000 Townsville, Qld.) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Proceedings of the Ninth Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage. Editors: L.C. Bell, M. Edraki and C. Gerbo 20 - 23 November Proceedings of the Sixth Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage 15 - 18 AprilBurnie, Tasmania.

St Lucia, Qld: ACMER. MLA Citation. Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage. and Bell, L. and Australian Centre for Minerals Extension and Research. Proceedings of Acid Mine Drainage Workshop, August 2-August 6, Compiled by Moid Ahmad Managing sulphidic mine wastes and acid drainage / Environment Australia.

The University of Queensland's institutional repository, UQ eSpace, aims to create global visibility and accessibility of UQ’s scholarly : N. Grundon, L. Bell. Proceedings of Fourth Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage. Topics: Environmental Management and Rehabilitation, E4, Prevention and Treatment of Pollution.

Publisher: Australian Centre for Mining Environmental Research. WORKSHOP NOTICE AND CALL FOR ABSTRACTS BACKGROUND TO WORKSHOP ACMER, a unit within the Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland, is pleased to advise details for the 6th Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage.

The Workshop will be held in Burnie, Tasmania, from April Prior to the. What do elevated background contaminant concentrations mean for AMD risk assessment and management in Western Australia.

8th Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage. Adelaide, Australia. 28 April – 2 May pp. PDF. Lund, M. A.; Van Etten, E. & McCullough, C. Importance of catchment vegetation. Fifth Australian Workshop on Acid Drainage, AugustFremantle, Australia 1.

Background Acid and Metalliferous Drainage (AMD) is a major issue affecting both the environment and the economics of metal and coal mining operations worldwide (Plates 1 and 2).

In Australia, acid drainage is traditionally referred to as “acid mine. Australian Mine Rehabilitation Workshop, Adelaide South Australia, August Huang, Longbin, Baumgartl, Thomas and Mulligan, David (). Organic matter amendment in copper mine tailings improving primary physical structure, water storage and native grass growth.

Miller, H. and Preuss, L. (Eds) () Proceedings of the Eighth Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage, Adelaide, South Australia.

29 April – 2 May (JKTech Pty Ltd: Brisbane). Individual papers should be cited: Author(s) Name(s) Title of paper.

In ‘Proceedings of the Eighth Australian Workshop on Acid and. Wilson, G‘Appropriate concepts and Criteria for the Design and Construction of Mine Waste Cover Systems’, in NK Grundon & LC Bell (eds), Proceedings of Fourth Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage.

Minimising AMD risk across the mining life cycle Welcome. On behalf of the organising committee we would like to invite you to the 10 th Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage. Since the first workshop inthe AMD workshop series have continued to be the key Australian forum for industry, academia, and government agencies to share the latest developments.

is a platform for academics to share research papers. The costs of remediating historic mine sites releasing acid mine drainage are $ or more per hectare, and these costs would also apply to mine sites where acid drainage is discovered late in mine life or after mine closure.

The costs of treating contaminated water-filled voids or seepages from adits would be additional. ACT, Canberra: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Proceedings of Fourth Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage ().

Edited by Grundon, N. and Bell, L. Fourth Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage, 28 February - 1 March,Townsville, Queensland.

Grundon, N. J (). A new material for remediation of acid mine drainage Mackinnon, Ian D.R., Exelby, H.A., Page, David, & Singh, Balbir () A new material for remediation of acid mine drainage. In 3rd Australian Workshop on Acid Mine Drainage, - In: Proceedings of the 5th Australian workshop on acid drainage, 29–31 August, Fremantle, Western Australia, pp 1–49 Terry B () The acid decomposition of silicate minerals part I.

Reactivities and modes of dissolution of silicates. Acid mine drainage, acid and metalliferous drainage (AMD), or acid rock drainage (ARD) is the outflow of acidic water from metal mines or coal mines. Acid rock drainage occurs naturally within some environments as part of the rock weathering process but is exacerbated by large-scale earth disturbances characteristic of mining and other large construction activities, usually within rocks.

Problems Associated with Mine Drainage Contaminated drinking water Disrupted growth and reproduction of aquatic plants and animals Corroding effects of acid on parts of infrastructure such as bridges Acid Mine Drainage Mines built as early as the ’s were developed in a manner which utilized gravity drainage, to avoid excessive water accumulation in the mines.

Acid and metalliferous drainage (AMD) is broadly accepted to be a major global environmental problem facing the mining industry, requiring expensive management and mitigation.

A series of laboratory-scale kinetic leach column (KLC) experiments, using both synthetic and natural mine wastes, were carried out to test the efficacy of our pyrite passivation strategy (developed from previous.

Under the theme Understanding and Managing Heavy Metal Pollution from Mine Sites, the Workshop addressed the issue of Heavy Metal Pollution, also known as acid and metalliferous drainage (AMD) or acid rock drainage (ARD), from mine sites. The electronic version of the AMD Workshop Proceedings is now available.

PDF Download ( MB). Mine water, as we understand it, comprises acid mine drainage (AMD), neutral mine drainage (NMD) and alkaline mine drainage as well as its prevention, control, and treatment. Our dues are low (70 € since ) and all dues-paying members receive our quarterly journal, Mine Water and the Environment, and discounts at all of our annual.

In Proceedings of the Third Australian Acid Mine Drainage Workshop. Darwin, July (Australian centre for Minesite Rehabilitation Research: Brisbane). Ziemkiewicz, P., Skousen, J.

and Lovett, R.,Open limestone channels for treating acid mine drainage: A new look at .