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I. Today's Presentation and References View Download
Lecture 1 - Mine Rock Characterization Tools and Methodologies Used to Predict the Potential for Acid Rock Drainage and Metal Mobility (Dr. Ann Maest, Stratus Consulting)
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Lecture 2 - Predicting and Modeling Water Chemistry Associated with Hardrock Mine Sites (Dr. D. Kirk Nordstrom, U.S. Geological Survey)
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II. Additional Information View Download
Modeling Low-Temperature Geochemical Processes
D.K. Nordstrom
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Hydrogeochemical Processes Governing the Origin, Transport and Fate of Major and Trace Elements from Mine Wastes and Mineralized Rock to Surface Waters
D. Kirk Nordstrom
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Models, Validation, and Applied Geochemistry: Issues in Science, Communication, and Philosophy
D. Kirk Nordstrom
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Evaluating Remedial Alternatives for an Acid Mine Drainage Stream: Application of a Reactive Transport Model
Robert L. Runkel & Briant A. Kimball
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References for Mine Material Characterization and Predicting and Modeling Water Chemistry
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