Home • Up


MDAG.com Internet Case Study 33


Thirty-One Years of Monitoring Minesite-Drainage Chemistry, During Operation and After Closure: The Bell Minesite, British Columbia, Canada

by K.A. Morin and N.M. Hutt

© 2010 Kevin A. Morin and Nora M. Hutt

www.mdag.com/case_studies/cs33.html


Morin, K.A., and N.M. Hutt. 2010. Thirty-One Years of Monitoring Minesite-Drainage Chemistry, During Operation and After Closure: The Bell Minesite, British Columbia, Canada. MDAG Internet Case Study #33, www.mdag.com/case_studies/cs33.html

This MDAG Internet Case Study is available only as a PDF file (~7 MB).  Click here for the PDF file of MDAG Case Study 33..

 

For participants of the Introduction to ML-ARD Course in Smithers, the original predictive work from the early 1990's, with copies of the original slides, can be found here: Bell Mine - Then and Now


2010 Kevin A. Morin and Nora M. Hutt


For more case studies, see Environmental Geochemistry of Minesite Drainage: Practical Theory and Case Studies.




Home • Up


Created by K.Morin