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“Mine Water and the Environment”

Volume 18, Number 1–4, April 1999


PDFDiz, H. R., Novak, J. T. & Rimstidt, J. D. (1999): Iron Precipitation Kinetics in Synthetic Acid Mine Drainage. – Mine Water and the Environment, 18 (1): 1–14, 6 fig., 3 tab.; Lakewood, CO.

PDFRoyer, R. A. & Unz, R. F. (1999): Manganese Oxide Reduction in Laboritory Microcosms. – Mine Water and the Environment, 18 (1): 15–28, 6 fig., 1 tab.; Lakewood, CO.

PDFOsiensky, J. L., Williams, R. E., Ralston, D. R., Johnson, G. S. & Mink, L. L. (1999): Simulation of Electrical Potential Differences near a Contaminat Plume Excited by a Point Source of Current. – Mine Water and the Environment, 18 (1): 29–44, 11 fig.; Lakewood, CO.

PDFPigati, E. & López, D. L. (1999): Effect of Subsidence on Recharge at Abandoned Coal Mines Generating Acid Drainage: the Majestic Mine, Athens County, Ohio. – Mine Water and the Environment, 18 (1): 45–66, 13 fig., 1 tab.; Lakewood, CO.

PDFWandinger, M. (1999): Water-related Issues in Permafrost Mining, with Special Emphasis on the Coal Mining of Spitsbergen (Norway). – Mine Water and the Environment, 18 (1): 67–74, 2 fig.; Lakewood, CO.

PDFSammarco, O. (1999): Impacts of Tailings Flow Slides. – Mine Water and the Environment, 18 (1): 75–80, 2 fig., 1 tab.; Lakewood, CO.

PDFWolkersdorfer, Ch. & Thiem, G. (1999): Ground Water Withdrawal and Land Subsidence in Northeastern Saxony (Germany). – Mine Water and the Environment, 18 (1): 81–92, 3 fig., 4 tab.; Lakewood, CO.

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