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|Title:||Treatment of acidic seepages employing wetland ecology and microbiology : final report|
|Authors:||Kalin, Margarete A.|
|Keywords:||seepage chemistry;seepage hydrology;arumators;acid mine drainage (AMD);Denison Mines' Stanrock, Elliot Lake, Ontario;INCO Ltd., Copper Cliff, Ontario;microbial processes;test cell systems;MEND Project 3.11.1|
|Series/Report no.:||Boojum Technical Reports;;AR012|
|Abstract:||This second report provides an analysis of the seepage chemistry and hydrology which prevail in the Test Cell System. It describes the water characteristics associated with the microbial alkalinity-generation achieved in the Arumators (drums containing seepage), and characterizes organic amendment and microbial populations. Also, it outlines the methods used in the description of the AMD chemistry of the system. These descriptions explain the natural changes which occur as the seepage emerges from the tailings dam.|
|Appears in Collections:||Boojum Technical Reports|
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