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Upcoming Internet Seminars

Look here for future updates on offerings in the Mining Sites Webinar series.

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Upcoming Meetings

  • Tailings and Mine Waste '18
    September 20 - October 2, 2018 | Keystone, Colorado

    Topics related to the engineering and management of tailings and mine waste will be covered, including case histories, design, operation, and disposal for mine waste management, geotechnical considerations, liners, covers and barriers for waste control, reclamation and remediation of mine impacted sites, oil sands issues, surface water and groundwater management and geochemistry, and policies, procedures and public safety.

  • 3rd Western Symposium Design and Construction Issues at Hazardous Waste Sites in Denver
    November 5-7, 2018 | Denver, Colorado

    Registration is now open for the 3rd Western Symposium Design and Construction Issues at Hazardous Waste Sites in Denver, November 5-7, 2018. This event encourages dialogue and information sharing on design and construction issues relevant to hazardous waste sites in the western United States. Panels include one on formal adaptive management for large or complex sites, such as mining sites, and one on approaches and challenges to addressing safety issues during remediation, including investigating underground mine workings and surveying large remote sites.

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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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