HYDROGEOLOGICAL INFLUENCES IN PREVENTIVE CONTROL OF MINE DRAINAGE FROM DEEP COAL MINING Public

Special Research Report SR-100 Drainage from coal mines is a major pollutant of streams. Treatment of mine drainage has been the practical means of combating this degradation of surface waters; however, preventative control remains as the realistic solution. The objectives of this study were to evaluate major avenues for ground water infiltration into deep mine environments, and to interpret relationships between geological, hydrological, chemical and mining method parameters in terms of practical actions which will lead to amelioration of existing, and prevent future deleterious, mine drainage conditions.

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Lovell, H.l.
Gunnett, J.W.
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mineral
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Earth and Mineral Sciences College
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