2 edition of preliminary environmental impact assessment of abandoned hard rock mines, Yukon Territory found in the catalog.
preliminary environmental impact assessment of abandoned hard rock mines, Yukon Territory
Ann P. Duffy
Report examines the environmental impact of abandoned hard rock mines in the Yukon.
|Statement||by Ann P. Duffy and Debbie Mahoney|
|Series||Boojum Research reports -- R0419.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
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Inpreliminary assessments of 98 abandoned Yukon mine exploration and development sites were comple ted under the Arctic Environmental Strategy -Action on Waste program. These assessments were intended to provide a general overview of historical activities, describe site infrasFile Size: KB.
The Faro mine site is an abandoned lead and zinc mine located 15 km north of the Town of Faro, Yukon Territory. It is currently managed by the Government of Yukon with funding from the Government of Canada. Below is a picture of a small portion of the site, the Rose Creek tailings complex.
The Regulation of Mine Site Reclamation for Quartz Mining in Yukon A Proposal for Discussion “It has become increasingly evident that abandoned mine sites can have a significant impact on the quality of the environment.
Abandoned buildings and machinery open shafts and adits, and discarded stocks of waste materials can pose a significant public health and File Size: KB. The Casino Mine is a proposed large (by Yukon standards) copper-silver-molybdenum project located roughly due west of Pelly Crossing and due south of Dawson City.
As this project currently stands, the Yukon Conservation Society is utterly opposed to it. The scientific scholarship for this work was provided by the University of Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic.
Laboratory works has been done in the Department of Applied Geology at the Ruhr University by: Energy, Mines and Resources Library Find mining, geology and energy reports, maps, aerial photographs, journals and periodicals at the Yukon's largest resource library.
Yukon Minerals Yukon Territory book Board This board was established to advise the Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources on mineral development matters. Environmental impacts associated with an abandoned mine in the Witbank Coalfield, South Africa Impact of mining on hydrogeology. such as described in this paper, and ensure that mining activities and environmental protection are not mutually exclusive.
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The Environmental Protection Agency estimates thatabandoned mines exist in the U.S., the majority of which lie out West. Colorado is home to.
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This assessment process requires the proponent to prepare an Environmental Report (ER) that documents the pre-mining (baseline) environmental conditions, describes the mining plans, assesses the impacts, describes the operational and post-mining environmental monitoring program, and presents a decommissioning plan.
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North W est Territory (NW T) and the Yukon have in place. mining impact assessment, their expert judgment and. Introduction. The UK has a legacy of pollution caused by discharges from abandoned coal mines. Since the autumn ofwhen the government announced the closure of half of the remaining deep coal mines in Britain within six months, public awareness of the potential problems associated with rising mine water levels and the environmental impacts of existing mine Cited by: The stages that contributed the most to gold’s environmental impact were mining and comminution (crushing and grinding of the ore).
Electricity use was responsible for just over half of the GHG emissions. This indicates that attempts to lessen the environmental impact of gold production should focus on these two Size: KB. Hardrock mining is a large-scale industrial activity that takes place in the natural environment, potentially disturbing large amounts of material and land area.
Hardrock mining generates large volumes of mining waste because of the high waste-to. Ann P. Duffy has written: 'A preliminary environmental impact assessment of abandoned hard rock mines, Yukon Territory' -- subject(s): Abandoned mines Asked in Chemistry, Uranium How do you.
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Abandoned mine lands (AMLs) present serious threats to human health and the environment. Addressing AML impacts is becoming increasingly important due to increased exposure to people and risks of accidents, injuries, and tort claims.
There are estimates of as many asabandoned mines in our nation. Bema Gold completed a Preliminary Assessment of the property in The results of this assessment indicated that the project should advance to the feasibility level.
The feasibility and corresponding Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) were File Size: 6MB. Environmental & Health Impacts of Abandoned Mines in Sub-Saharan African Countries. Geochemical monitoring of environmental impact of past mining activities, Assessment of impacts on human health and Experimental testing of phytoremediation methods in the Kolwezi Mining District, Central Africa Copper belt, (Katanga province - D.
Congo. Abandoned Mine Lands: A Decade of Progress Reclaiming Hardrock Mines INTRODUCTION The Impact of Abandoned Hardrock Mine Lands on America’s Landscape The historic mining of hardrock minerals such as gold, lead, copper, silver, and uranium was a powerful incentive for exploration and settlement of the American West.
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Information on Contamination Associated with Active and Abandoned Hard Rock Mining Thousands of historical hard-rock (gold, copper, and zinc) mines exist across the Western United States. Mine dumps, tailing piles, and unmined mineral deposits can contaminate the surrounding watershed when weathering of exposed minerals causes acid drainage and.
The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering has released a report on the environmental impact of Australian mining, which it says requires address. 3 Definitions The following definitions apply to this policy. “Abandoned mine sites”, for the purpose of this policy, are areas of land impacted by former mining activities for which no individual, company or organisation can be held responsible for rehabilitation.
An abandoned mine site may comprise of multiple areas of land or site features (eg. mine shafts, waste dumps, abandoned File Size: KB. FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT RED DOG MINE PROJECT Prepared by U.S.
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ABANDONED MINE RECLAMATION BUREAU ABANDONED HARD ROCK MINE PRIORITY SITES SUMMARY REPORT Prepared For: Montana Department of State Lands Abandoned Mine Reclamation Bureau Eleventh Avenue Helena, Montana Prepared By: Pioneer Technical Services, Inc.
P.O. Box Butte, MT Engineering Services. SOIL RECLAMATION OF ABANDONED MINE LAND BY REVEGETATION: A REVIEW V. Sheoran1, A. Sheoran2§, P. Poonia3 1, 3 Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Jai Narain Vyas University,Jodhpur, India 2 Department of Mining Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Jai Narain Vyas University,Jodhpur, India ABSTRACT Mining of mineral.
Clinton Creek Mine, Dawson mining district, Yukon, Canada: An asbestos mine operated from to is the unified voice of the Federal Mining Dialogue (FMD), which is comprised of U.S. federal environment and land management agencies. The FMD oversees the environmental, health, and safety impacts of abandoned mine lands across the country.How many abandoned mines are there in Arizona?
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