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Proceedings 2006

“International Mine Water Association Symposium” – ICARD 2006

St. Louis, Missouri, USA 2006


PDFComplete contents of the ICARD / IMWA proceedings (available as CD-ROM only).

PDFBoehrer, B. & Schultze, M. (2006): On the Relevance of Meromixis in Mine Pit Lakes: ICARD 2006 7. – p. 200-213 [CD-ROM]; St. Louis (Proceedings, International Conference of Acid Rock Drainage [ICARD]).

PDFJarvis, A. P. (2006): The Role of Dissolved Carbon Dioxide in Governing deep Coal Mine Water Quality and Determining Treatment Process Selection: ICARD 2006 7. – p. 833-843 [CD-ROM], 1 fig., 5 tab.; St. Louis (Proceedings, International Conference of Acid Rock Drainage [ICARD]).

PDFPuhlmann, T., Voss, C., Esper, J. & Amaral, R. D. (2006): Development and Operation of a Water Balance at Rio Paracatu Mineração, Brazil: ICARD 2006 7. – p. 1632-1641 [CD-ROM], 6 fig.; St. Louis (Proceedings, International Conference of Acid Rock Drainage [ICARD]).

PDFSchultze, M., Friese, K., Sánchez, J. & López, E. (2006): The Aznalcóllar Pit Lake – Water Quality and Options of Control: ICARD 2006 7. – p. 1927-1935 [CD-ROM], 1 fig., 1 tab.; St. Louis (Proceedings, International Conference of Acid Rock Drainage [ICARD]).

PDFWerner, F., Graupner, B., Merkel, B. & Wolkersdorfer, Ch. (2006): Assessment of a Treatment Scheme for Acidic Mining Lakes Using CO2 and Calcium Oxides to Precipitate Carbonates: ICARD 2006 7. – p. 2344-2353 [CD-ROM], 6 fig., 2 tab.; St. Louis (Proceedings, International Conference of Acid Rock Drainage [ICARD]).

PDFWolkersdorfer, Ch. (2006): Acid Mine Drainage Tracer Tests: ICARD 2006 7. – p. 2490-2501 [CD-ROM], 5 fig.; St. Louis (Proceedings, International Conference of Acid Rock Drainage [ICARD]).

PDFYounger, P. L. & Sapsford, D. J. (2006): Acid Drainage Prevention Guidelines for Scottish Opencast Coal Mining: the Primacy of the Conceptual Model: ICARD 2006 7. – p. 2558-2570 [CD-ROM], 1 fig., 1 tab.; St. Louis (Proceedings, International Conference of Acid Rock Drainage [ICARD]).

PDFYounger, P. L., Wolkersdorfer, Ch., Bowell, R. J. & Diels, L. (2006): Partnership for Acid Drainage Remediation in Europe (PADRE) - Building a better Future founded on Research and best Practice: ICARD 2006 7. – S. 2571-2574 [CD-ROM]; St. Louis (Proceedings, International Conference of Acid Rock Drainage [ICARD]).

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Mine Water is the water that collects in both surface and underground mines. It comes from the inflow of rain or surface water and from groundwater seepage. During the active life of the mine, water is pumped out to keep the mine dry and to allow access to the ore body. Pumped water may be used in the extraction process, pumped to tailings impoundments, used for activities like dust control, or discharged as a waste. The water can be of the same quality as drinking water, or it can be very acidic and laden with high concentrations of potentially toxic elements.

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