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Title: Treatment of acidic seepages employing wetland ecology and microbiology : overall program assessment : final report
Authors: Kalin, Margarete
Item Type: Technical Report
Keywords: acid mine drainage (AMD);ecological engineering;ecological microbial processes;ARUM (Acid Reduction Using Microbiology);Makela test cell system;microbial ecosystem;MEND Project 3.11.1;INCO Ltd., Copper Cliff, Ontario;Denison Mines' Stanrock, Elliot Lake, Ontario
Issue Date: Jul-1993
Series/Report no.: Boojum Technical Reports;;AR022A
Abstract: The use of wetlands to remediate acid mine drainage was discussed. A study was performed to determine the important factors to consider when employing Acid Reduction Using Microbiology (ARUM). The waters were remediated using microbial methods such as sulphate reducing bacteria. Sampling methodologies for the system were also described.
URI: https://zone.biblio.laurentian.ca/handle/10219/2997
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