The use of bioassays and toxicity identification evaluation (TIE) procedures to assess recovery and effectiveness of remedial activities in a mine drainage-impacted stream system.

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Effluents from Walker Mine and its tailings pile have resulted in toxic concentrations of metals in Dolly and Little Grizzly Creeks. Recent remedial structures have greatly reduced metal loading, however the need to assess recovery of the receiving aquatic ecosystem exists so that future remediation priorities can be established. The objective was to… (More)

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@article{Deanovic1999TheUO, title={The use of bioassays and toxicity identification evaluation (TIE) procedures to assess recovery and effectiveness of remedial activities in a mine drainage-impacted stream system.}, author={L S Deanovic and Vivienne Connor and Allen W. Knight and Kurt J Maier}, journal={Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology}, year={1999}, volume={36 1}, pages={21-7} }