Modeling and management of pit lake water chemistry 2: Case studies

@article{Castendyk2015ModelingAM,
  title={Modeling and management of pit lake water chemistry 2: Case studies},
  author={D. Castendyk and L. Balistrieri and C. Gammons and N. Tucci},
  journal={Applied Geochemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={57},
  pages={289-307}
}
Abstract Pit lakes, a common product of open pit mining techniques, may become long-term, post-mining environmental risks or long-term, post-mining water resources depending upon management decisions. This study reviews two published pit lake modeling studies and one pit lake monitoring program in order to increase the transparency of approaches used in pit lake prediction and management. The first model is a two-year limnological simulation of the existing Dexter pit lake, Nevada, USA that… Expand
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