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Acidic mining lakes [electronic resource] : acid mine drainage, limnology, and reclamation
Original Title Acidic mining lakes [electronic resource] : acid mine drainage, limnology, and reclamation
Author Geller, Walter, Klapper, Helmut, Salomons, W. (Willem), 1945-
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Topics Limnology, Acid pollution of rivers, lakes, etc, Acid mine drainage, Limnologie, Eaux continentales, Eau de mine, Acid mine drainage, Acid pollution of rivers, lakes, etc, Limnology
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Acidic Mining Lakes: Acid Mine Drainage, Limnology and ReclamationAuthor: Prof. Dr. Walter Geller, Prof. Dr. Helmut Klapper, Prof. Dr. Wim Salomons Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-642-71956-1 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-71954-7Table of Contents:Natural and Anthropogenic Sulfuric Acidification of Lakes
Regional Geology of the Lignite Mining Districts in Eastern Germany
Chemical Characteristics of Water and Sediment in Acid Mining Lakes of the Lusatian Lignite District
In-Lake Neutralization of Acid Mine Lakes
Acid Generation and Metal Immobilization in the Vicinity of a Naturally Acidic Lake in Central Yukon Territory, Canada
Geochemical Behaviour of Submerged Pyrite-Rich Tailings in Canadian Lakes
Phytoplankton Composition and Biomass Spectra Created by Flow Cytometry and Zooplankton Composition in Mining Lakes of Different States of Acidification
Ecological Potentials for Planktonic Development and Food Web Interactions in Extremely Acidic Mining Lakes in Lusatia
Colonization and Development of Vegetation in Mining Lakes of the Lusatian Lignite Area Depending on Water Genesis
Pyrite Chemistry: The Key for Abatement of Acid Mine Drainage
Chemical Reactions in Aquifers Influenced by Sulfide Oxidation and in Sulfide Oxidation Zones
Oxygen as a Limiting Factor for Pyrite Weathering in the Overburden of Open Pit Lignite Areas
Effects of Superficial Tertiary Dump Substrates and Recultivation Variants on Acid Output, Salt Leaching and Development of Seepage Water Quality
Microbial Processes for Potential in Situ Remediation of Acidic Lakes
Biological Abatement of Acid Mine Drainage: The Role of Acidophilic Protozoa and Other Indigenous Microflora
Treatment of Mine Drainage by Anoxic Limestone Drains and Constructed Wetlands
Biological Polishing of Zinc in a Mine Waste Management Area
Development of a Long-Term Strategy for the Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage at Wheal Jane
Bioremediation of Metals in Acid Tailings by Mixed Microbial Mats
Managing the pH of an Acid Lake by Adding Phosphate FertiliserIncludes bibliographical references and indexElectronic reproductionMaster and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002digitizedDescription based on print version recordAcidification is a universal problem at all mining sites in which oxygenated water comes in contact with sulfide minerals or other reduced sulfur compounds. An International Workshop was held in September 1995 at the Department for Inland Water Research of the UFZ-Centre for Environmental Research in Magdeburg on the limnology of lakes created by open-cast lignite mining, emphasizing the often observed geogenic acidification after oxidation of pyrite. Topics of interest were case studies on the limnology of acid lakes, e.g. bacteriologically enhanced processes related to heavy metal mobilization and acid generation, the ecology of sulfur-acidic lakes, and on the inorganic processes of acidification. Furthermore, concepts for the prevention and the abatement of acidification were addressed including the causes of acidification, and the options for reducing the output of acidified groundwater from overburden dumps, for acid control during the flooding of open-cast mines, and potential measures for induced in situ biological neutralization. This volume has 25 chapters including a chapter with results of group discussions about the topics mentioned above and further problems that were identified during the meeting. The monograph gives a baseline of the state of science on the worldwide problem of geogenic adidification of lakes following human mining activities, and how to handle this environmental problem
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