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Author Diz, H.R.
Title Chemical and biological treatment of acid mine drainage for the removal of heavy metals and acidity Type Book Whole
Year (up) 1997 Publication Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords acid mine drainage; copper; effluents; ferrous iron; heavy metals; iron; manganese; metals; nickel; oxidation; pH; pollution; precipitation; rates; tailings; temperature; waste water; zinc 22, Environmental geology
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Publisher Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Place of Publication Blacksburg Editor
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Notes Chemical and biological treatment of acid mine drainage for the removal of heavy metals and acidity; GeoRef; English Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6316 Serial 400
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Author Cox, M.R.; Peterson, G.L.
Title The effectiveness of in-situ limestone treatment of acid mine drainage Association of Engineering Geologists program with abstracts, 40th annual meeting; Converging at Cascadia Type Book Chapter
Year (up) 1997 Publication Annual Meeting – Association of Engineering Geologists, vol.40 Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 93
Keywords acid mine drainage; buffers; carbonate rocks; Carboniferous; clastic sediments; gravel; in situ; limestone; Mississippian; Missouri; Paleozoic; pollution; sedimentary rocks; sediments; southwestern Missouri; spoils; tailings ponds; United States; water pollution 22, Environmental geology
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Notes The effectiveness of in-situ limestone treatment of acid mine drainage Association of Engineering Geologists program with abstracts, 40th annual meeting; Converging at Cascadia; GeoRef; English; 2005-076824; Association of Engineering Geologists 40th annual meeting, Portland, OR, United States, Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 1997 Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6318 Serial 412
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Author Camus, M.
Title Le traitement des eaux de mine desaffectees. Die Aufbereitung von Wässern aus stillgelegten Bergwerken. Treating water from closed mines Type Journal Article
Year (up) 1997 Publication Mines et Carrieres Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Feb Pages 38-39
Keywords Erzbergbau Frankreich Blei Silber Zink Eisen pH-Wert Quellwasser Flusswasserverschmutzung Wasseraufbereitungsanlage chemische- Abwasserreinigung chemische-Reaktion Kennziffer Wirkungsgrad chemische-Analyse Fließbild Belüftung Ausflocken Neutralisation=chemische-Reaktion Grubenwasserreinigung
Abstract In einem alten französischen Bergwerk, in dem früher Blei und Silber abgebaut wurden, kam es nach dem Wiederanstieg des Grundwassers zu einer erhöhten Schwermetallbelastung von Quellgebieten, die einen Fluß mit Forellenbesatz schädigten. Zur Beseitigung dieser Grundwasserverunreinigung wurde das saure Grubenwasser mit erhöhten Eisen- und Zinkgehalten übertage gefaßt und einer Wasseraufbereitung unterzogen. In der für einen Durchsatz von 100 m(exp 3)/h konzipierten Wasseraufbereitung wurden die Schadstoffbestandteile durch Oxidation und anschließende Neutralisation mit Kalk (Anhebung des pH-Wertes auf 8,2 bis 8,3) gefällt, durch Zugabe eines Flockungsmittels gebunden und die Schlammbestandteile anschließend einem Eindicker und Filterpressen zugeführt. Der Kalkverbrauch wird mit 240 kg/d angegeben. Die tabellarisch zusammengestellten Analysenergebnisse zeigen, daß die Wasseraufbereitung einen sehr guten Wirkungsgrad hatte. Neben einer Anhebung des pH-Wertes von 6,5 auf 8,2 konnten die Schwermetallgehalte bei Fe von 22 mg/l auf 0,09 mg/l und bei Zn von 38 mg/l auf 0,4 mg/l abgesenkt werden.
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Notes Le traitement des eaux de mine desaffectees. Die Aufbereitung von Wässern aus stillgelegten Bergwerken. Treating water from closed mines; 13313, BERG , 30.04.97; Words: 501; U9705 0024 586; 2 Seiten, 1 Bild, 1 Tabelle 3UM *Umweltschadstoffe, toxikologie* 3UX *Umweltbelastung, technik* 3MZ *Bergbau, Tunnelbau, Erdöl /Erdgasförderung, Bohrtechnik* 3PL *chemische Verfahrenstechnik, chemische Reaktionstechnik*; BERG, Copyright FIZ Technik e.V.; FR Französisch Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 17601 Serial 424
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Author Bowell, R.J.; Connelly, R.J.; Ellis, J.; Cowan, J.; Wood, A.; Barta, J.; Edwards, P.
Title A review of sulfate removal options from mine waters Type Journal Article
Year (up) 1997 Publication Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords acid mine drainage; bacteria; bioremediation; decontamination; effluents; ground water; legislation; osmosis; oxidation; pollutants; pollution; remediation; reverse osmosis; selenites; sulfate ion; toxic materials; USGS; water treatment 22 Environmental geology; 02A General geochemistry
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Publisher Open-File Report - U. S. Geological Survey, Report: OF 97-0496 Place of Publication Editor
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Series Editor Series Title 4th International symposium on Environmental geochemistry; proceedings Abbreviated Series Title
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Notes 1998-068727; 4th International symposium on Environmental geochemistry, Vail, CO, United States, Oct. 5-10, 1997 U. S. Geol. Surv., Denver, CO, United States; GeoRef; English Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6287 Serial 438
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Author Bliss, L.N.; Sellstone, C.M.; Nicholson, A.D.; Kempton, J.H.
Title Buffering of acid rock drainage by silicate minerals Type Journal Article
Year (up) 1997 Publication Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords acid mine drainage; buffers; chemical reactions; decontamination; environmental analysis; geochemistry; pH; pollution; remediation; silicates; sulfate ion; USGS 22 Environmental geology; 02A General geochemistry
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Notes 1998-068723; 4th International symposium on Environmental geochemistry, Vail, CO, United States, Oct. 5-10, 1997 U. S. Geol. Surv., Denver, CO, United States; GeoRef; English Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6286 Serial 446
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