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Brief description

Collection supporting the effective long-term management of acid rock drainage (ARD) from sulfidic mine wastes in current, exhausted and legacy mine sites. An optimised geochemical and microbial multi-barrier approach to long-term reduction of ARD to environmentally acceptable rates was developed.

Data time period: 24 01 2014 to 30 06 2017

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  • Local : http://research.unisa.edu.au/collection/267386