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BIO-GEOTECHNOLOGIES FOR MINE SITE REHABILITATION
Prasad, M.N.V., P.J. de Campos Favas, and S.K. Maiti (eds).
Elsevier, New York. ISBN: 9780128129869, 730 pp, 2018

This text identifies biological, physical, chemical, and engineering approaches useful to the reclamation of mine waste and acid mine drainage, providing coverage across different types of mining industries. Cost-effective strategies and remediation and rehabilitation methods are presented for contaminated sites, soils, and waste dumps. The papers in Section 1 refer to potential strategies and approaches for mine site rehabilitation, and those in Section 2 offer site restoration case studies. See the table of contents and chapter abstracts at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780128129869.



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