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“Mine Water and the Environment”

Volume 19, Number 2–4, Dezember 2000

PDFYounger, P. L. (2000): The adoption and adaptation of passive treatment technologies for mine waters in the United Kingdom. - Mine Water and the Environment, 19 (2-4): 84-97, 5 Abb., 1 Tab.; Berlin.

PDF Watzlaf, G. R., Schroeder, K. T. & Kairies, C. L. (2000): Long-term performance of anoxic limestone drains. - Mine Water and the Environment, 19 (2-4): 98-110, 3 Abb., 5 Tab.; Berlin.

PDFGammons, C. H., Mulholland, T. P. & Frandsen, A. K. (2000): A comparison of filtered vs. unfiltered metal concentrations in treatment wetlands. - Mine Water and the Environment, 19 (2-4): 111-123, 4 Abb., 3 Tab.; Berlin.

PDFNairn, R. W. & Mercer, M. N. (2000): Alkalinity generation and metals retention in a successive alkalinity producing system. - Mine Water and the Environment, 19 (2-4): 124-135, 3 Abb., 2 Tab.; Berlin.

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