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“International Journal of Mine Water”

Volume 3, Number 4, December 1984

PDFSingh, R. N. & Atkins, A. S. (1984): Application of Analytical Solution to Simulate some Mine Inflow Problems in Underground Coal Mining. – Int. J. Mine Water, 3 (4): 1-27, 8 fig., 15 tab., 1 app.; Madrid.

PDFAnastasi, F. S. & Williams, R. E. (1984): Aquifer Restoration at Uranium in situ Leach Sites. – Int. J. Mine Water, 3 (4): 29-37, 3 fig., 2 Tab.; Madrid.

PDFRiley, J. A., Erikson, D. L., Ralston, D. R. & Williams, R. E. (1984): The Hydrogeology of an Underground Lead-Zinc Mine - Water Flow and Quality Characterisitcs. – Int. J. Mine Water, 3 (4): 39-53, 9 fig.; Madrid.

PDFKipko, E. Y., Polozov, J. A. & Lagunov, V. A. (1984): Experience in Sealing Water Bearing Strata During Deep Shaft Sinking. – Int. J. Mine Water, 3 (4): 55-62, 3 fig., 2 tab.; Madrid.

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