Acid Mine Drainage: An Overviewby Robert L. P. Kleinmann, US Bureau of Mines, Pittsburgh, United States,
Abstract: In the United States, acid mine water adversely affects over 6,500 km (4,000 miles) of rivers and streams. This is, however, a significant improvement over the situation two decades ago. Case studies document the nature of this improvement. Recently developed technology provide options for further improvement.
Subject Headings: Drainage | Mines and mining | Acids | Water pollution | Water resources | Water quality | Rivers and streams | Case studies | North America | United States
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