2 edition of Geochemical assessment of subaqueous tailings disposal in Buttle Lake, British Columbia found in the catalog.
Geochemical assessment of subaqueous tailings disposal in Buttle Lake, British Columbia
Rescan Environmental Services Ltd.
by Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology = Centre canadien de la technologie des minéraux et de l"énergie in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
ABSTRACT: This report assessed the long-term environmental feasibility of subaqueous disposal of mine tailings. Waters and sediments of Buttle Lake, British Columbia were examined. A detailed study of the distributions of metals in both the solid phases and interstitial waters of the sediments, and in the overlying surface waters was investigated.
|Other titles||Metal mining and the environment bibliography (Olympia, WA)|
|Statement||prepared for and funded by British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources ... [et al.] ; prepared by Rescan Environmental Services Limited.|
|Series||MEND Project -- 2.11.1b|
|Contributions||British Columbia. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
• Tailings were spilled along the banks and stream bed of Hazeltine Creek, Polley Lake, and Quesnel Lake. • As part of remedial efforts by Imperial Metals Corporation, the metal leaching and acid rock drainage (ML/ARD) potential of the spilled tailings were assessed. 7File Size: 1MB. The Myra Falls Operation includes the Lynx (F ), Myra (F ), Price (F ) and H-W (F ) deposits and associated zones. ; W. Jeffery, Buttle Lake, ; Executive Summary of Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailing Disposal in Buttle Lake, British Columbia, MEND Project b-a, March , Natural Resources.
Geochemistry of Submerged Tailings in Buttle Lake and the Equity Silver Tailings Pond, British Columbia and Anderson Lake, Manitoba: What Have We Learned? T.F. Pedersen, J.J. McNee, D. Flather, B. Mueller, A. Sahami, C.A. Pelletier Effects of Acid Material Handling and Disposal on Coal Mine Drainage Quality Eric F. Perry, Michael D. Gardner File Size: KB. 4 Subaqueous Disposal in Camp Lake - excavate all tailings below elevation m ASL and relocate to Camp Lake - neutralize tailings during relocation - establish m water cover over the tailings, maintained by the Sherlett Creek watershed - temporary diversion of Sherlett Creek around Camp Lake - relocate all tailings above.
Geochemistry of Submerged Tailings in Buttle Lake and the Equity Silver Tailings Pond, British Columbia and Anderson Lake, Manitoba: What Have We Learned? T.F. Pedersen, J.J. McNee, D. Flather, B. Mueller, A. Sahami, C.A. Pelletier Effects of Acid Material Handling and Disposal on Coal Mine Drainage Quality Eric F. Perry, Michael D. Size: KB. This paper details an investigation into the feasibility of using agglomerated tailings in a 'dry' aggregate fill for underground mining. A test program began with the agglomeration of tailings materials from Eskay Creek Mine, British Columbia, using Portland cement as a binding agent. Thereafter, a series of backfill tests were conducted in which agglomerates, river aggregate, Author: Karen Chovan.
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Rescan () Geochemical assessment of subaqueous tailings disposal in Buttle Lake, British Columbia. Unpublished report, British Columbia Acid Mine Drainage Task Force Google Scholar Reynolds GL, Hamilton-Taylor J () The role of planktonic algae in the cycling of Zn and Cu in a productive soft-water by: 3.
GEOCHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF SUBAQUEOUS TAILINGS DISPOSAL IN MANDY LAKE, FLIN FLON AREA, MANITOBA MEND Project b-c September Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailings Disposai in Mandy Lake, Flin Flon Area, Manitoba An Acid Drainage Task Force Project in Contribution ta Mend (Mine Environment Neutral File Size: 3MB.
b-a - Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailings Disposal in Buttle Lake, British Columbia - Ma Limited evidence suggests that the chemical reactivity of tailings is in fact inhibited by storage underwater, and that such storage may be a preferred long-term disposal option.
MEND Report. Rescan Environmental Services Ltd. Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailings Disposal in Buttle Lake, British Columbia. MEND Report. Rescan Environmental Services Ltd. Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailings Disposal in Mandy Lake, Flin Flon Area, Manitoba. MEND Report.
Robertson, J.D. Subaqueous Tailings Disposal in Freshwater and Marine Environments - Res ults of Predictive Geochemical Testing using Tailings with Different Com positions Author: R.K. Mugo, D. McDonald and G.W. Poling Subject: Acidic Drainage Keywords. Both of their lakes were affected by AMD so that metal concentrations in the overlying water were higher than in the present study.
Bottom water concentrations in Buttle Lake were μM Zn, nM Cd and nM Cu (Pedersen, ), and up to μM Zn and μM Cu were reported for Anderson Lake (Pedersen et al., ).
Conclusions •Cited by: HYDROGEOLOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF HISTORIC TAILINGS IN MINAS GERAIS, BRAZIL1 Eduardo Chapadeiro2, Flávio Vasconcelos2, Celso Loureiro3, Irany Braga4 Abstract.
Hydrogeological and. Early diagenesis of copper and molybdenum in mine tailings and natural sediments in Rupert and Holberg inlets, British Columbia February Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 22(10) The tailings and slag both have negligible potential for acid mine drainage formation, thus neutral to alkaline conditions predominate, as shown by high paste pH values of the tailings (–8.
In British Columbia, environmental protection and reclamation is a major component of all mineral exploration and mine development activity.
Since mining companies have been required by law to reclaim all lands disturbed by mining. B.C. was one of the first jurisdictions in Canada to enact mine reclamation legislation, and the first to extend this policy to exploration Author: John Errington.
Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailings Disposal in Anderson Lake, Manitoba. Study Program, August ** a Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailings Disposal in Buttle Lake, British Columbia. Study Program, May. Rescan Environmental Services Ltd. () Geochemical assessment of subaqueous tailings disposal in Buttle Lake, BC.
Study Program. MEND Report a Google Scholar Rescan Environmental Services Ltd. () Geochemical assessment of subaqueous tailings disposal in Anderson Lake, BC. – Study by: Evaluation of Tailings Dams Related to Waste Disposal. variation on subaqueous disposal in the.
British Columbia (Klohn, ). Pedersen and co-workers studied the diagenesis of tailings submerged in Buttle Lake, British Columbia, Canada (Pedersen, ; Pedersen and Losher, ; Pedersen et al., ) and concluded that no significant oxidation occurred after underwater disposal of the tailings.
No release of Cd, Cu or Zn from the submerged tailings could be detected. The results of geochemical characterization indicate that several metals can leach from Mine Rock, sub-economic mineralized rock ore and tailings and will require assessment within the context of the tailings and Mine Rock management plan for the NICO Project.
Key metals that will require assessment include arsenic and selenium. A PRELIMINARY BIOLOGICAL AND GEOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF SUBAQUEOUS TAILINGS DISPOSAL IN BENSON LAKE, BRITISH COLUMBIA Prepared and Funded by: Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources B.C.
Acid Mine Drainage Task Force and CANMET Environment Canada Room • Superior Street Hudson Bay Mining and. Geochemical assessment of subaqueous tailings disposal in Anderson Lake, Manitoba: study program: Executive Summary: pdf: a: Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailings Disposal in Buttle Lake, British Columbia Study Program: Executive Summary: pdf: ab: Shallow water covers – Equity Silver base information.
E L S E V I E R The Science of the Total Environment () the Science of the Total Environment W WVrWt~ Transport and fate of mine tailings in a coastal fjord of British Columbia as inferred from the sediment record B.K.
Odhiamboa, R.W. Macdonaldb,*, M.C. O'Brien b, J.R. Harperc, M.B. Yunkerd 'School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University. MEND a. "Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailings Disposal in Buttle Lake, B.C., Study Program".
Prepared by: Rescan Environmental Services Ltd. MEND a. "Geochemical Assessment of Subaqueous Tailings Disposaal in Buttle Lake, British Columbia." Prepared by: Rescan Environmental Services Ltd.
Geochemical Assessment of The Silver Standard Mine. Presented at the workshop. KEYWORDS: drainage chemistry historic Silver Standard tailings underground. Jia, R. Mills and R. Dickin. Geochemical Characterization of Groundwater and Porewater Contamination in Historical Mine Tailings Deposited in a Nearshore Marine Environment.
age Facility at the Mount Polley Mine (MPM), British Columbia caused a breach of the em-bankment tailings dam on August 4, (IEEIRP, ). The dam breach resulted in a release of tailings and other materials into Polley Lake, Hazeltine Creek, and Quesnel Lake. As part of.If the volume was considered, the biggest tailings volume belonged to the Atalaya tailings pond, with a volume of aboutm 3 of waste materials.
The second tailings pond in volume of wastes was San Cristobal 1b with a volume ofm 3, followed by San Cristobal 12 (, m 3).The high amount of wastes forming the ponds suggests that future reclamation Cited by: 1.As a result, coastal and inland waters in many areas of the world are being used increasingly as tailings disposal sites.
However, recent field Marine Pollution Bulletin Buttle Lake South Basin km o 1 2 t Fig. 1 Location map showing coring sites, south basin of Buttle Lake Cited by: