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Author Bilek, F.; Werner, F.; Schöpke, R.
Title Experimentelle und modellgestützte Entwicklung von Verfahren zur geochemischen Grundwasser- und Untergrundbehandlung zur Gefahrenabwehr im Nordraum des Senftenberger Sees Type Journal Article
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 544
Keywords Senftenberger See Bergbaurestsee Sulfidbelastung Grundwasserüberwachung
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Notes (up) ; Experimentelle und modellgestützte Entwicklung von Verfahren zur geochemischen Grundwasser- und Untergrundbehandlung zur Gefahrenabwehr im Nordraum des Senftenberger Sees; Lausitzer und Mitteldeutsche Bergbau-Verwaltungsgesellschaft <Berlin>; Technische Universität <Cottbus>; Grundwasserforschungsinstitut <Dresden>; Erschienen: Cottbus [u.a.]; file:///C:/Dokumente%20und%20Einstellungen/Stefan/Eigene%20Dateien/Artikel/6945.pdf; Opac Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6945 Serial 78
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Author Costello, C.
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Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 47 pp
Keywords AMD treatment
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Publisher National Network for Environmental Management Studies Program Place of Publication Washington Editor DC, U.S.E.P.A.O. of S.W. and E.R.T.I.O.W.
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Series Editor Series Title Acid Mine Drainage Innovative Treatment Technologies Abbreviated Series Title
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Notes (up) Acid Mine Drainage Innovative Treatment Technologies; 2; VORHANDEN | AMD ISI | Wolkersdorfer; als Datei vorhanden 11 Abb. Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 9573 Serial 414
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Author Beaulieu, S.
Title Application des techniques de bioactivation et de bioaugmentation pour le traitement en conditions sulfato-réductrices des eaux de drainage minier acide Type Book Whole
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
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Publisher EÌcole Polytechnique, EÌcole Polytechnique Place of Publication MontreÌal Editor
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Notes (up) Application des techniques de bioactivation et de bioaugmentation pour le traitement en conditions sulfato-réductrices des eaux de drainage minier acide; Opac Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 7182 Serial 462
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Author Catalan, L.J.J.; Yin, G.
Title Comparison of calcite to quicklime for amending partially oxidized sulfidic mine tailings before flooding Type Journal Article
Year 2003 Publication Environ Sci Technol Abbreviated Journal
Volume 37 Issue 7 Pages 1408-1413
Keywords mine water treatment
Abstract Flooding partially oxidized mine tailings for the purpose of mitigating further oxidation of sulfide minerals and generation of acid drainage is generally preceded by treatment with alkaline amendments to prevent releasing previously accumulated acidity to the water cover. This work compares the ability of calcite (CaCO3) and quicklime (CaO), two common amendments, to establish and maintain pH conditions and dissolved metal concentrations within environmentally acceptable ranges over long time periods. Although higher initial pH values were obtained with quicklime, the pH of quicklime treated tailings decreased over time. This was attributed to the low buffering capacity of quicklime treated tailings and to the consumption of hydroxide ions by incongruent dissolution of water-insoluble iron oxyhydroxysulfate minerals. In contrast, the pH of tailings treated with calcite increased initially and then remained stable at pH approximate to 6.7. This pH behavior was due to the lower reactivity of iron oxyhydroxysulfates with calcite, the increased buffering capacity provided by bicarbonate ions, and the incomplete dissolution of calcite. Overall, calcite was found preferable to quicklime for maintaining long-term neutral pH conditions in the treated tailings. With the exception of zinc, acceptable dissolved metal concentrations were achieved with calcite treated tailings.
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Notes (up) Apr. 01; Comparison of calcite to quicklime for amending partially oxidized sulfidic mine tailings before flooding; Wos:000181977000050; Times Cited: 2; file:///C:/Dokumente%20und%20Einstellungen/Stefan/Eigene%20Dateien/Artikel/7917.pdf; ISI Web of Science Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 7917 Serial 118
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Author Beck, P.
Title CL:AIRE – Providing support for remediation research Type Journal Article
Year 2003 Publication Land Contam. Reclam. Abbreviated Journal
Volume 11 Issue 2 Pages 99-104
Keywords Groundwater problems and environmental effects Pollution and waste management non radioactive geomechanics abstracts: excavations (77 10 10) geological abstracts: environmental geology (72 14 2) contaminated land remediation guideline acid mine drainage hydrochemistry
Abstract CL:AIRE (Contaminated Land: Applications in Real Environments) is a public-private partnership which was established in 1999 to encourage the demonstration of remediation research and technologies on contaminated sites throughout the UK. Project proposals are submitted to CL:AIRE and reviewed and approved by the CL:AIRE Technology & Research Group. CL:AIRE provides independent verification of its projects and plays a crucial role in the dissemination of project information. During the course of the project, progress is reported through the newsletter, CL:AIRE view, which is mailed free of charge to a database of more than 4500 stakeholders with an interest in contaminated land. Progress is also tracked on the CL:AIRE website at www.claire.co.uk. On completion of the project, a project report is published and a one page summary fact sheet is prepared. The fact sheet is distributed to our database subscribers and posted on the website. The project is also presented at the CL:AIRE Annual Project Conference. In addition, aspects of the research which have practical application will be published as CL:AIRE Research Bulletins. Acid mine waters discharging from abandoned mines represent a significant environmental problem in many parts of the UK. Considerable research has been carried out to understand the geochemical process involved, and the knowledge has been used to manage groundwater discharge through physical/chemical treatment and constructed wetlands. CL:AIRE supports the development of a national site for wetland research managed by the University of Newcastle and will encourage collaborative research projects to be submitted through CL:AIRE. CL:AIRE is currently supporting two projects which demonstrate remediation of acid mine drainage and is disseminating the results of this and other research to improve confidence in the use of these techniques.
Address P. Beck, CL:AIRE, 1 Great Cumberland Place, London W1H 7AL, United Kingdom
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Notes (up) CL:AIRE – Providing support for remediation research; 2530414; United-Kingdom 2; Geobase Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 17524 Serial 461
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