Understanding and Responding to Hazardous Substances at Mine Sites in the Western United States

Understanding and Responding to Hazardous Substances at Mine Sites in the Western United States

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This volume is a collection of papers resulting from a symposium held at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists in Reno, Nevada. The majority of the chapters present hydro-geochemical studies of select sites, but with the variety of localities and approaches taken, this book will more widely appeal to land and resource managers, geologists, and engineers working with abandoned mines or modern site remediation efforts.... (low ionic strength), Hg-20 (mercury), and SED-5 (bed material): U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report; 95-395, 135 p. ... McDougal, R.R., and Wirt, L., 2007, this volume, Characterizing infiltration through a mine waste dump using electrical geophysical and tracer injection ... Wilde, F.D., and Radtke, D.B., 1998, National field manual for the collection of water-quality data: U.S. Geological Surveyanbsp;...


Title:Understanding and Responding to Hazardous Substances at Mine Sites in the Western United States
Author: Jerome V. DeGraff
Publisher:Geological Society of America - 2007-01-01
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