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RECORD NUMBER: 37 OF 347
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Application of geophysics to acid mine drainage investigations /|
|CORP Author||California State Dept. of Conservation, Sacramento.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.|
|Publisher||Dept. of Conservation, Office of Mine Reclamation,|
|Report Number||EPA 530-R-95-013a (v.1); EPA 530-R-95-013b (v.2); EPA-X-820497-01-0|
|Stock Number||PB95-191268; PB95-191276|
|Subjects||Acid mine drainage. ; Mine surveying.|
|Additional Subjects||Acid mine drainage ; Geophysical surveys ; Electromagnetic prospecting ; Resistivity logging ;|
|Collation||2 volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm|
The report evaluates the utility of geophysical techniques in detection and monitoring of acid mine drainage contamination from mine wastes. The document includes a review and summary of literature on geophysical methods that may be useful in evaluating migration of the high specific conductance contaminants in groundwater. The report also briefly discusses the geochemistry of acid mine drainage, the relationship between ion concentration and specific conductance, empirical relationships that are available to predict the resistivity of soil/rock, and formulas for determining the optimum line spacing for geophysical surveys and the associated probabilities.
Cover title. "September 1994." "Prepared for Western Governor's Association, USEPA Grant No. X-820497-01-0." Includes bibliographical references. "EPA 530-R-95-013a [and] EPA 530-R-95-013b." "PB95-191268." "PB95-191276."
v. 1. Literature review and theoretical background -- v. 2. Site investigations.