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Rum Jungle Mine Rehabilitation : Treatment of Whites & the Intermediate & Opencut Waters.

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Title

Rum Jungle Mine Rehabilitation : Treatment of Whites & the Intermediate & Opencut Waters.

Collection

E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Report ; 7/1986

Date

1986-02-26

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Notes

Date:1986

Language

English

Publisher name

Dept. of Mines and Energy

Place of publication

Darwin

Series

Report ; 7/1986

File type

application/pdf.

Copyright owner

Check within Publication or with content Publisher.

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/228547

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/674005

Page content

Technical Report WRD86007 Viewed at 15:07:26 on 29/07/2010 Page 5 of 35. I I I I It 1 , , ,I i -'I '. " I -I , ;., II' I. ' lJ ~. 1" -I I sp@cific conductance and de::s1.'tv a: v2riol':'S depths before trea~~en~ are sho~n in Table A. 1. a~aI.ysis was en ',','hi tes Open eu'!: w"ater ~ T3.cle ;' .. 2" the analytical data is re?roduced in 6 3 The I7:1:er.r:ediate Gt:En CL.!t cont.ains .app~ox':'I:'\ately 1.1 x 10 m of water and was less se'J"erly -;::ollut.ed 'n'ith bot;' sulphuri.c aci.d _a:;d metals than Whites Ope~ C~t. C:-:-i.i':'cal C;:~-1ali"Cy was consta!":t f.:-om the sll::'::rac to t:"1e bo'::tcz::1! alot::: 73 met.res. 'I'er.-;,pe.:at"J.re 'rari..::;c seCl,sona1.1y aC'ld ',~'itt-, depth P-. cetailec chemical a~a:ysis cf ~he water bc~y ~as November of 1984 and the data is presented ir: Table ;' .. 3. no significant change < > >= ' .:r:: SPC.l;.~c COnGUC':27<Ce depth, a~~ ~ence the eensity eifference and ',.;a:er at t~e botto;'";1 w'as sJ71all (less b~twee~ t~e su~face , ~. - ..... 8' ,~\ ,-:inn \,1 0 0' ,>(g!m., '~dth wa.t'2~ . c-,'


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