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Control of Acid Mine Drainage: An Overview of Recent Developments.
Kleinmann RLP; Erickson PM
Chap in "Innov Approaches to Mines Land Reclamation " So IllinoisUniv Press 1987 :283-306
This paper describes current techniques used to limit acid production, thereby limiting the amount of acidic drainage at inactive and abandoned minesites. Control methods discussed include compaction, soil cover and revegetation, plastic coverings, alkaline and phosphate additions, and bacteria inhibition.
Chap. in "Innov. Approaches to Mines Land Reclamation." So. Illinois Univ. Press, 1987, Pp 283-306
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