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Upcoming Internet Seminars

  • Remediation Management of Complex Sites
    October 8, 2020 | 1:00 - 3:15 pm EDT

    This 2 1/4-hour webinar sponsored by the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) will provide a recommended holistic process for management of challenging sites, termed "adaptive site management."

  • Reclaiming the Sierras Fall Workshop: A Conference to Address Historic Mining Impacts
    November 12, 2020 | 9:30 am - 3:00 pm PST Virtually via Zoom

    The Headwater Mercury Source Reduction Implementation Workshop will include a day of technical presentations and a virtual on-the-ground tour visiting projects to address the issue of mercury contamination in Sierra water bodies (California) and the associated issue of mercury in locally caught fish.

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Upcoming Meetings

  • 2020 Pennsylvania Abandonded Mine Reclamation Conference
    October 28-29, 2020 | Virtual Conference

    The theme of this year's conference, to be held virtually, is "2020: A Clear Future for Reclamation," which will highlight initiatives underway to ensure the continuation and improvement of reclamation programs and policies. It will include presentations on new AMD treatment system technologies, tools, and products; construction case studies and lessons learned; and land remediation, reforestation, and reuse.

  • International Conference on Mining and Land Reclamation
    January 21-22, 2021 | Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Conference brings together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Mining and Land Reclamation.

  • MineXChange 2021 SME Annual Conference & EXPO
    February 28 - March 3, 2021 | Denver, Colorado

    Conference typically includes sessions on innovative water treatment, in situ and passive water treatment, pit lake closure, and closure and reclamation of abandoned mine lands.

  • Biomining '21
    June 21-22, 2021 | Falmouth, Cornwall, UK

    Conference reportedly will include papers on bioremediation applications to treat, prevent, and predict acid mine drainage, metal recovery from wastes etc.

  • Mine Design, Operations & Closure Conference
    August 18-20, 2021 | Fairmont, Montana

    Conference sponsored by Montana Tech University includes presentations on site characterization, water treatment, reclamation, and pit lakes.

  • NAAMLP 42nd Annual Conference
    September 12-15, 2021 | Lake Tahoe, Nevada

    The National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Program (NAAMLP) conference originally scheduled for 2020 has been postponed until 2021. Suggested topics for technical sessions include AMD characterization and treatment, beneficial use of waste materials, revegetation and reforestation, and case studies.

  • International Conference on Acid Rock Drainage (ICARD)
    September 20-25, 2021 | Brisbane, Australia

    The International Conference on Acid Rock Drainage (ICARD) is the leading acid drainage event. It is held every 3 years and brings together mining industry representatives, consultants, researchers and regulators from all continents.

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Archived Internet Seminars, Videos, and Courses


 CLU-IN Mining Sites Webinar Series

Other CLU-IN Webinars

 Workshops on Hardrock Mine Geochemistry and Hydrology

EPA's Region 10, ORD, and OSRTI hosted a three-part workshop series on hardrock mine geochemistry and hydrology in 2013. The goals included enhancing participants' understanding of the key issues regarding water chemistry predictions, identifying potential sources of contamination from mine sites, and describing practices to mitigate or reclaim facilities to protect natural resources. Presenters included experts from EPA Headquarters, Regions, and ORD; the U.S. Geological Survey; and the U.S. Forest Service. The workshops were open to all agencies, tribes, consultants, and the general public, and are now archived and available for streaming. Supplementary materials and resources provided by the instructors are also available for download below.

Workshop 1 - Evaluating Water Chemistry Predictions at Hardrock Mine Sites

   » Detailed presentation descriptions and full archive

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Workshop 2 - Mining Influenced Waters - Pathways for Off-Site Releases

   » Detailed presentation descriptions and full archive

Workshop 3 - Sampling, Monitoring and Remediation at Mine Sites

   » Detailed presentation descriptions and full archive

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