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Author (up) Hause, D.R.; Willison, L.R. openurl 
  Title Deep Mine Abandonment Sealing and Underground Treatment to Prelude Acid Mine Drainage Type Journal Article
  Year 1986 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages  
  Keywords in situ treatment sealing phosphate rock dust mine water acid mine water treatment beach area  
  Abstract Beth Energy's Mine 105W is located in Barbour County, West Virginia, near Buckhannon. The mine was opened by drifts updip into the Pittsburgh Seam in 1971 and operated until June, 1982. Most of the water which enters Mine 105W percolates down from previously mined areas in the Redstone Seam, Mine 101, which generally lies 38 feet above the Pittsburgh Seam. The quality of this water is good as it enters Mine 105W. While operating, the Mine 105W water was segregated by pumping. The bulk of the water was collected in sumps near the main area of infiltration from the Redstone Seam and was pumped to Gnatty Creek Portal where, because of the quality, it was minimally treated and discharged. The remainder of the water flowed to the original West Portal where it was occasionally treated with lime.  
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  Series Editor Series Title Proceedings, 7th West Virginia Surface Mine Drainage Task Force Symposium Abbreviated Series Title  
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  Area Expedition Conference  
  Notes 2; als Datei vorhanden 13 Abb.; VORHANDEN | AMD ISI | Wolkersdorfer Approved no  
  Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 17350 Serial 359  
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