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Title: Mud Lake water level rise / prepared for Boojum Research Ltd.
Authors: Vonhof, Jan Albert
Keywords: ecological engineering;South Bay Mine;Mud Lake;water;level
Issue Date: Jul-2000
Publisher: Vonhof Consulting
Series/Report no.: Technical Report;SB082
Abstract: During late Summer/early Fall 1999 a number of industrious vagabond beavers built dams across the outflow of Mud Lake. This resulted in a rise in the water level of Mud Lake (ML) of approximately 0.6m. The question therefore arose: What is the effect of this ML water level rise on the hydrodynamic environment ? In other words: what is the effect on the subsurface inflow from the Tailings Basin (TB) to Mud Lake and the possible increased subsurface outflow from Mud Lake in a northeasterly direction.
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