Geochemical and Equilibrium Trends in Existing Mine Pit Lakes
Chemical composition and equilibrium trends in mine pit lakes were examined to provide guidance for the application of geochemical models in predicting future lake water quality at prospective open pit mines. Composition trends show that elevated solute levels generally occur only at the extremes of acidic and alkaline pH conditions.
Eary, L.E. (1999) Geochemical and equilibrium trends in existing mine pit lakes. Applied Geochemistry 14, 963-987.
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