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dc.contributor.authorVonhof, Jan Albert-
dc.coverage.spatialgeo: 51.0654,-92.4012-
dc.coverage.spatialSouth Bay, Ont. Mine Site (Ear Falls/Red Lake, Ont.)-
dc.description.abstractDuring 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.en_CA
dc.publisherVonhof Consultingen_CA
dc.relation.ispartofseriesTechnical Report;SB082-
dc.subjectecological engineeringen_CA
dc.subjectSouth Bay Mineen_CA
dc.subjectMud Lakeen_CA
dc.titleMud Lake water level rise / prepared for Boojum Research Ltd.en_CA
dc.typeTechnical Reporten_CA
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