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Author Ordónez, A.; Loredo, J.; Pendás, F.
Title Type Book Whole
Year 1999 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (down) 575-580
Keywords hydrogeology mining water acid mine drainage treatment SAPS successive alkalinity producing system ALD anoxic limestone drainage
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Publisher International Mine Water Association Place of Publication Ii Editor Fernández Rubio, R.
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Series Editor Series Title Mine, Water & Environment Abbreviated Series Title
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Notes A Successive Alkalinity Producing System (SAPS) as operational Unit in a Hybrid Passive Treatment System for Acid Mine Drainage; 1; AMD ISI | Wolkersdorfer; FG 'de' 5 Abb., 4 Tab. Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 9836 Serial 277
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Author Calabrese, J.P.; Sexstone, A.J.; Bhumbla, D.K.; Skousen, J.G.; Bissonnette, G.K.; Sencindiver, J.C.
Title Long-term study of constructed model wetlands for treatment of acid mine drainage Type Book Chapter
Year 1994 Publication Special Publication – United States. Bureau of Mines, Report: BUMINES-SP-06B-94 Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (down) 406
Keywords acid mine drainage; alkalinity; biodegradation; field studies; iron; metals; models; monitoring; pH; pollution; reduction; remediation; sulfates; surface water; water quality; wetlands 22, Environmental geology
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Series Editor Series Title Proceedings of the International land reclamation and mine drainage conference and Third international conference on The abatement of acidic drainage; Volume 2 of 4; Mine drainage Abbreviated Series Title
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Notes Long-term study of constructed model wetlands for treatment of acid mine drainage; GeoRef; English; 2007-045256; International land reclamation and mine drainage conference; International conference on The abatement of acidic drainage, Pittsburgh, PA, United States, April 24-29, 1994 Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6631 Serial 426
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Author Nawrot, J.R.; Conley, P.S.; Sandusky, J.E.
Title Concentrated alkaline recharge pools for acid seep abatement; principles, design, construction, and performance Type Book Chapter
Year 1994 Publication Special Publication – United States. Bureau of Mines, Report: BUMINES-SP-06A-94 Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (down) 382-391
Keywords acid mine drainage; alkalinity; concentration; pollution; ponds; preventive measures; remediation; seepage; waste disposal; water quality 22, Environmental geology
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Series Editor Series Title Proceedings of the International land reclamation and mine drainage conference and Third international conference on The abatement of acidic drainage; Volume 1 of 4; Mine drainage Abbreviated Series Title
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Notes Concentrated alkaline recharge pools for acid seep abatement; principles, design, construction, and performance; GeoRef; English; 2007-045192; International land reclamation and mine drainage conference and Third international conference on The abatement of acidic drainage, Pittsburgh, PA, United States, April 24-29, 1994 References: 11; illus. incl. 2 tables, sketch map Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6589 Serial 288
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Author Watzlaf, G.R.; Schroeder, K.T.; Kairies, C.L.
Title Type Book Whole
Year 2000 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (down) 262-274
Keywords passive treatment anoxic limestone drains wetlands sulfate reduction successive alkalinity-producing systems acid mine drainage ALD SAPS RAPS
Abstract Ten passive treatment systems, located in Pennsylvania and Maryland, have been intensively monitored for up to ten years. Influent and effluent water quality data from ten anoxic limestone drains (ALDs) and six reducing and alkalinity-producing systems (RAPS) have been analyzed to determine long-term performance for each of these specific unit operations. ALDs and RAPS are used principally to generate alkalinity, ALDs are buried beds of limestone that add alkalinity through dissolution of calcite. RAPS add alkalinity through both limestone dissolution and bacterial sulfate reduction. ALDs that received mine water containing less than 1 mg/L of both ferric iron and aluminum have continued to produce consistent concentrations of alkalinity since their construction. However, an ALD that received 20 mg/L of aluminum experienced a rapid reduction in permeability and failed within five months. Maximum levels of alkalinity (between 150 and 300 m&) appear to be reached after I5 hours of retention. All but one RAPS in this study have been constructed and put into operation only within the past 2.5 to 5 years. One system has been in operation and monitored for more than nine years. AIkalinity due to sulfate reduction was highest during the first two summers of operation. Alkalinity due to a limestone dissolution has been consistent throughout the life of the system. For the six RAPS in this study, sulfate reduction contributed an average of 28% of the total alkalinity. Rate of total alkalinity generation range from 15.6 gd''rn-'to 62.4 gd-'mL2 and were dependent on influent water quality and contact time.
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Series Editor Series Title Proceedings, 17th Annual National Meeting American Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation Abbreviated Series Title
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Notes Long-Term Perpormance of Alkalinity-Producing Passive Systems for the Treatment of Mine Drainage; 2; VORHANDEN | AMD ISI | Wolkersdorfer; als Datei vorhanden 4 Abb., 5 Tab. Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 17440 Serial 216
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Author Nairn, R.W.; Hedin, R.S.
Title Designing wetlands for the treatment of polluted coal mine drainage Type Book Chapter
Year 1992 Publication Wetlands; proceedings of the 13th annual conference; Society of Wetland Scientists Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (down) 224-229
Keywords acidic composition; alkalinity; Appalachian Plateau; Appalachians; biodegradation; carbonate rocks; chemical properties; coal mines; constructed wetlands; construction; limestone; mine drainage; mines; North America; Pennsylvania; pollutants; pollution; reclamation; remediation; sedimentary rocks; United States; western Pennsylvania; wetlands 22, Environmental geology
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Publisher Place of Publication Editor Landin, M.C.
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Notes Designing wetlands for the treatment of polluted coal mine drainage; GeoRef; English; 1996-062750; 13th annual conference of the Society of Wetland Scientists, New Orleans, LA, United States, May 31-June 6, 1992 References: 7 Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6720 Serial 289
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