Reclamation of Lands Disturbed by Mining
Proceedings of the Fourth Annual British Columbia Mine Reclamation Symposium, Vernon, B.C., March 5-7, 1980
Paper 1980 - 11
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This paper includes the following articles in this order:
- Properties of Soils and their Implications in the Reclamation of Lands Disturbed by Mining by Paul A. Christie, Talisman Land Resource Consultants
- Assessment of Mine Spoil for the Establishment of Vegetation by S.E. Ames, Department of Soil Science, UBC and Talisman Land Resource Consultants
- Fertilizers and Soil Amendments in Mine Reclamation by A.A. Bomke, Department of Soil Sciences, UBC
- Stability and Economic Considerations in Dump Development by D. Campbell, Golder Associates
- Water Quality and its Control in Mining Areas by H. Howie, Waste Management Branch, Ministry of Environment
- Waste Dump Development at Kaiser Resources Ltd., Ricci Berdusco, Kaiser Resources Ltd., C. Pelletier, Utah Mines Ltd.
- Environmental and Engineering Considerations for Waste Dump Designs at the Fording River Operation by D.P. Lane, Fording Coal Ltd.
- Irrigation Equipment and Design of Irrigation Systems by Ted Van der Gulik, Ministry of Agriculture
- Use of Agronomic Species in Mine Land Reclamation by A. Richardson, Richardsons Seeds
- Use of Native Species in Mine Land Reclamation by V.C. Brink, UBC
- Propagation of Native Trees and Shrubs for Reclamation Use by D. Christie, Reid, Collins & Associates
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