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Mine drainage and surface mine reclamation. Volume II. Mine reclamation, abandoned mine lands and policy issues.
USBM 1988 Apr; :1-401
Mine waste and mine reclamation are topics of major interest to the mining industry, the government and the general public. There were nine sessions (50 papers) that dealt with the geochemistry, hydrology and problems of mine waste and mine water, especially acid mine drainage. These comprise volume 1. The nine sessions (43 papers) that dealt with reclamation and restoration of disturbed lands, as well as related policy issues, are included in volume 2. Volume 2 also contains the ten papers that pertained to control of subsidence and mine fires at abandoned mines. Poster session presentations are, in general, represented by abstracts; these have been placed in the back of both volumes.
Mathematical-models; Metals; Environmental-pollution; Environmental-contamination; Environmental-protection; Mining-industry
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