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    1. Berger, W; Borner, FD; Petzold, H
      Consecutive geoelectric measurements reveal the downward movement of an oxidation zone

      WASTE MANAGEMENT
    2. Wisotzky, F; Obermann, P
      Acid mine groundwater in lignite overburden dumps and its prevention - theRhineland lignite mining area (Germany)

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    3. Schaaf, W
      What can element budgets of false-time series tell us about ecosystem development on post-lignite mining sites?

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    4. Parsons, MB; Bird, DK; Einaudi, MT; Alpers, CN
      Geochemical and mineralogical controls on trace element release from the Penn Mine base-metal slag dump, California

      APPLIED GEOCHEMISTRY
    5. Barnett, MO; Turner, RR; Singer, PC
      Oxidative dissolution of metacinnabar (beta-HgS) by dissolved oxygen

      APPLIED GEOCHEMISTRY
    6. Ludwig, B; Prenzel, J; Obermann, P
      Modelling ion composition in seepage water from a column experiment with an open cut coal mine sediment

      JOURNAL OF GEOCHEMICAL EXPLORATION
    7. Rolland, W; Wagner, H; Chmielewski, R; Grunewald, U
      Evaluation of the long term groundwater pollution by the open cast lignitemine Janschwalde (Germany)

      JOURNAL OF GEOCHEMICAL EXPLORATION
    8. Ludwig, B; Balkenhol, R
      Quantification of the acidification potential of pyrite containing sediment

      ACTA HYDROCHIMICA ET HYDROBIOLOGICA
    9. Hansford, GS; Vargas, T
      Chemical and electrochemical basis of bioleaching processes

      HYDROMETALLURGY
    10. Sand, W; Gehrke, T; Jozsa, PG; Schippers, A
      (Bio) chemistry of bacterial leaching - direct vs. indirect bioleaching

      HYDROMETALLURGY
    11. Stuben, D; Berner, Z; Kappes, B; Puchelt, H
      Environmental monitoring of heavy metals and arsenic from Ag-Pb-Zn mining.A case study over two millennia

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    12. Black, A; Craw, D
      Arsenic, copper and zinc occurrence at the Wangaloa coal mine, southeast Otago, New Zealand

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COAL GEOLOGY
    13. Elberling, B
      Environmental controls of the seasonal variation in oxygen uptake in sulfidic tailings deposited in a permafrost-affected area

      WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH
    14. McGuire, MM; Edwards, KJ; Banfield, JF; Hamers, RJ
      Kinetics, surface chemistry, and structural evolution of microbially mediated sulfide mineral dissolution

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    15. Becker, U; Rosso, KM; Hochella, MF
      The proximity effect on semiconducting mineral surfaces: A new aspect of mineral surface reactivity and surface complexation theory?

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    16. Lengke, MF; Tempel, RN
      Kinetic rates of amorphous As2S3 oxidation at 25 to 40 degrees C and initial pH of 7.3 to 9.4

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    17. Elberling, B; Damgaard, LR
      Microscale measurements of oxygen diffusion and consumption in subaqueous sulfide tailings

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    18. Thomas, JE; Skinner, WM; Smart, RS
      A mechanism to explain sudden changes in rates and products for pyrrhotitedissolution in acid solution

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    19. Yu, JY; McGenity, TJ; Coleman, ML
      Solution chemistry during the lag phase and exponential phase of pyrite oxidation by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    20. Edwards, KJ; Bond, PL; Banfield, JF
      Characteristics of attachment and growth of Thiobacillus caldus on sulphide minerals: a chemotactic response to sulphur minerals?

      ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    21. Hanowski, NP; Brearley, AJ
      Iron-rich aureoles in the CM carbonaceous chondrites Murray, Murchison, and Allan Hills 81002: Evidence for in situ aqueous alteration

      METEORITICS & PLANETARY SCIENCE
    22. Iribar, V; Izco, F; Tames, P; Antiguedad, I; da Silva, A
      Water contamination and remedial measures at the Troya abandoned Pb-Zn mine (The Basque Country, Northern Spain)

      ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
    23. Mylona, E; Xenidis, A; Paspaliaris, I
      Inhibition of acid generation from sulphidic wastes by the addition of small amounts of limestone

      MINERALS ENGINEERING
    24. Welham, NJ; Malatt, KA; Vukcevic, S
      The effect of solution speciation on iron-sulphur-arsenic-chloride systemsat 298 K

      HYDROMETALLURGY
    25. Lehmann, MN; Kaur, P; Pennifold, RM; Dunn, JG
      A comparative study of the dissolution of hexagonal and monoclinic pyrrhotites in cyanide solution

      HYDROMETALLURGY
    26. Elberling, B; Schippers, A; Sand, W
      Bacterial and chemical oxidation of pyritic mine tailings at low temperatures

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    27. Xu, TF; White, SP; Pruess, K; Brimhall, GH
      Modeling of pyrite oxidation in saturated and unsaturated subsurface flow systems

      TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA
    28. Ueda, S; Go, CSU; Yoshioka, T; Yoshida, N; Wada, E; Miyajima, T; Sugimoto, A; Boontanon, N; Vijarnsorn, P; Boonprakub, S
      Dynamics of dissolved O-2, CO2, CH4, and N2O in a tropical coastal swamp in southern Thailand

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    29. Schippers, A; Jozsa, PG; Sand, W; Kovacs, ZM; Jelea, M
      Microbiological pyrite oxidation in a mine tailings heap and its relevanceto the death of vegetation

      GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL
    30. Bond, PL; Druschel, GK; Banfield, JF
      Comparison of acid mine drainage microbial communities in physically and geochemically distinct ecosystems

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    31. Yanful, EK; Orlandea, MP; Eliasziw, M
      Controlling acid drainage in a pyritic mine waste rock. Part I: Statistical analysis of drainage data

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    32. Edwards, KJ; Bond, PL; Gihring, TM; Banfield, JF
      An archaeal iron-oxidizing extreme acidophile important in acid mine drainage

      SCIENCE
    33. Manaka, M; Kawasaki, M; Honda, A
      Measurements of the effective diffusion coefficient of dissolved oxygen and oxidation rate of pyrite by dissolved oxygen in compacted sodium bentonite

      NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY
    34. Craw, D; Nelson, M
      Geochemical signatures of discharge waters, Macraes mine flotation tailings, east Otago, New Zealand

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    35. Craw, D; Chappell, DA
      Metal redistribution in historic mine wastes, Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS
    36. Frau, F
      The formation-dissolution-precipitation cycle of melanterite at the abandoned pyrite mine of Genna Luas in Sardinia, Italy: environmental implications

      MINERALOGICAL MAGAZINE
    37. Nordstrom, DK
      Advances in the hydrogeochemistry and microbiology of acid mine waters

      INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGY REVIEW
    38. Savage, KS; Bird, DK; Ashley, RP
      Legacy of the California Gold Rush: Environmental geochemistry of arsenic in the southern Mother Lode Gold District

      INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGY REVIEW
    39. Welch, AH; Westjohn, DB; Helsel, DR; Wanty, RB
      Arsenic in ground water of the United States: Occurrence and geochemistry

      GROUND WATER
    40. Janzen, MP; Nicholson, RV; Scharer, JM
      Pyrrhotite reaction kinetics: Reaction rates for oxidation by oxygen, ferric iron, and for nonoxidative dissolution

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    41. Kharkhordin, IL; Shemyakin, VN
      Experimental investigation of sulfide mineral oxidation in aqueous solutions

      GEOCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    42. Bostick, BC; Fendorf, S; Bowie, BT; Griffiths, PR
      Influence of cadmium sorption on FeS2 oxidation

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    43. McGuire, MM; Hamers, RJ
      Extraction and quantitative analysis of elemental sulfur from sulfide mineral surfaces by high-performance liquid chromatography

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    44. Kim, MJ; Nriagu, J; Haack, S
      Carbonate ions and arsenic dissolution by groundwater

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    45. Tributsch, H; Rojas-Chapana, JA
      Metal sulfide semiconductor electrochemical mechanisms induced by bacterial activity

      ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA
    46. Edwards, KJ; Bond, PL; Druschel, GK; McGuire, MM; Hamers, RJ; Banfield, JF
      Geochemical and biological aspects of sulfide mineral dissolution: lessonsfrom Iron Mountain, California

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    47. Knickerbocker, C; Nordstrom, DK; Southam, G
      The role of ''blebbing'' in overcoming the hydrophobic barrier during biooxidation of elemental sulfur by Thiobacillus thiooxidans

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    48. Smith, DP; Kalch, R
      Minerals and mine drainage

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    49. Das, T; Ayyappan, S; Chaudhury, GR
      Factors affecting bioleaching kinetics of sulfide ores using acidophilic micro-organisms

      BIOMETALS
    50. Holmstrom, H; Ljungberg, J; Ohlander, B
      Role of carbonates in mitigation of metal release from mining waste. Evidence from humidity cells tests

      ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
    51. Craw, D; Chappell, D; Nelson, M; Walrond, M
      Consolidation and incipient oxidation of alkaline arsenopyrite-bearing mine tailings, Macraes Mine, New Zealand

      APPLIED GEOCHEMISTRY
    52. Stromberg, B; Banwart, SA
      Experimental study of acidity-consuming processes in mining waste rock: some influences of mineralogy and particle size

      APPLIED GEOCHEMISTRY
    53. Tuovinen, OH; Bhatti, TM
      Microbiological leaching of uranium ores

      MINERALS & METALLURGICAL PROCESSING
    54. Stromberg, B; Banwart, S
      Weathering kinetics of waste rock from the Aitik copper mine, Sweden: scale dependent rate factors and pH controls in large column experiments

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    55. Sharp, M; Parkes, J; Cragg, B; Fairchild, IJ; Lamb, H; Tranter, M
      Widespread bacterial populations at glacier beds and their relationship torock weathering and carbon cycling

      GEOLOGY
    56. Yanful, EK; Simms, PH; Payant, SC
      Soil covers for controlling acid generation in mine tailings: A laboratoryevaluation of the physics and geochemistry

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    57. Monterroso, C; Alvarez, E; Fernandez-Marcos, ML; Macias, F
      Geochemistry of aluminium and iron in mine soils from as Pontes, Galicia (NW Spain)

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    58. Hansford, GS; Vargas, T
      Chemical and electrochemical basis of bioleaching processes

      BIOHYDROMETALLURGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT TOWARD THE MINING OF THE 21ST CENTURY, PT A 1999
    59. Sand, W; Gehrke, T; Jozsa, PG; Schippers, A
      Direct versus indirect bioleaching

      BIOHYDROMETALLURGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT TOWARD THE MINING OF THE 21ST CENTURY, PT A 1999
    60. APPELO CAJ; VERWEIJ E; SCHAFER H
      A HYDROGEOCHEMICAL TRANSPORT MODEL FOR AN OXIDATION EXPERIMENT WITH PYRITE CALCITE/EXCHANGERS/ORGANIC MATTER CONTAINING SAND/

      Applied geochemistry
    61. ULRICH GA; MARTINO D; BURGER K; ROUTH J; GROSSMAN EL; AMMERMAN JW; SUFLITA JM
      SULFUR CYCLING IN THE TERRESTRIAL SUBSURFACE - COMMENSAL INTERACTIONS, SPATIAL SCALES, AND MICROBIAL HETEROGENEITY

      Microbial ecology
    62. MONTERROSO C; MACIAS F
      DRAINAGE WATERS AFFECTED BY PYRITE OXIDATION IN A COAL-MINE IN GALICIA (NW SPAIN) - COMPOSITION AND MINERAL STABILITY

      Science of the total environment
    63. GERKE HH; MOLSON JW; FRIND EO
      MODELING THE EFFECT OF CHEMICAL HETEROGENEITY ON ACIDIFICATION AND SOLUTE LEACHING IN OVERBURDEN MINE SPOILS

      Journal of hydrology
    64. CARROLL SA; ODAY PA; PIECHOWSKI M
      ROCK-WATER INTERACTIONS CONTROLLING ZINC, CADMIUM, AND LEAD CONCENTRATIONS IN SURFACE WATERS AND SEDIMENTS, US TRISTATE MINING DISTRICT - 2- GEOCHEMICAL INTERPRETATION

      Environmental science & technology
    65. TASA A; VUORINEN A; GARCIA O; TUOVINEN OH
      BIOLOGICALLY ENHANCED DISSOLUTION OF A PYRITE-RICH BLACK SHALE CONCENTRATE

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    66. SCHURING J; KOLLING M; SCHULZ HD
      THE POTENTIAL FORMATION OF ACID-MINE DRAINAGE IN PYRITE-BEARING HARD-COAL TAILINGS UNDER WATER-SATURATED CONDITIONS - AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH

      Environmental geology
    67. GRANO SR; JOHNSON NW; RALSTON J
      CONTROL OF THE SOLUTION INTERACTION OF METABISULFITE AND ETHYL XANTHATE IN THE FLOTATION OF THE HILTON ORE OF MOUNT-ISA MINES LIMITED, AUSTRALIA

      Minerals engineering
    68. VAUGHAN DJ; BECKER U; WRIGHT K
      SULFIDE MINERAL SURFACES - THEORY AND EXPERIMENT

      International journal of mineral processing
    69. PIISPANEN R; NYKYRI T
      ACIDIFICATION OF GROUNDWATER IN WATER-FILLED GRAVEL PITS - A NEW ENVIRONMENTAL AND GEOMEDICAL THREAT

      Environmental geochemistry and health
    70. SHARMA P; SWARUP A
      COMPARISON OF PYRITES VARYING IN WATER-SOLUBLE SULFUR WITH GYPSUM FORTHE RECLAMATION OF ALKALI SOILS UNDER A RICE-WHEAT ROTATION

      Biology and fertility of soils
    71. GOLEZ NV; KYUMA K
      INFLUENCE OF PYRITE OXIDATION AND SOIL ACIDIFICATION ON SOME ESSENTIAL NUTRIENT ELEMENTS

      Aquacultural engineering
    72. HOSSNER LR; SHAHANDEH H; BIRKHEAD JA
      THE IMPACT OF ACID FORMING MATERIALS ON PLANT-GROWTH ON RECLAIMED MINESOIL

      Journal of soil and water conservation
    73. ANISFELD SC; BENOIT G
      IMPACTS OF FLOW RESTRICTIONS ON SALT MARSHES - AN INSTANCE OF ACIDIFICATION

      Environmental science & technology
    74. CASANOVA I; AGUADO A; AGULLO L
      AGGREGATE EXPANSIVITY DUE TO SULFIDE OXIDATION - II - PHYSICOCHEMICALMODELING OF SULFATE ATTACK

      Cement and concrete research
    75. RINKER MJ; NESBITT HW; PRATT AR
      MARCASITE OXIDATION IN LOW-TEMPERATURE ACIDIC (PH-3.0) SOLUTIONS - MECHANISM AND RATE LAWS

      The American mineralogist
    76. SCHIPPERS A; VONREGE H; SAND W
      IMPACT OF MICROBIAL DIVERSITY AND SULFUR CHEMISTRY ON SAFEGUARDING SULFIDIC MINE WASTE

      Minerals engineering
    77. DITORO DM; MAHONY JD; GONZALEZ AM
      PARTICLE OXIDATION MODEL OF SYNTHETIC FES AND SEDIMENT ACID-VOLATILE SULFIDE

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    78. LUTHER GW; SHELLENBARGER PA; BRENDEL PJ
      DISSOLVED ORGANIC FE(III) AND FE(II) COMPLEXES IN SALT-MARSH POREWATERS

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    79. BALSLEY SD; BRADY PV; KRUMHANSL JL; ANDERSON HL
      IODIDE RETENTION BY METAL SULFIDE SURFACES - CINNABAR AND CHALCOCITE

      Environmental science & technology
    80. YU YS; BAILEY GW
      REDOX CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SURFACES OF 7 IRON-BEARING MINERALS - USE OF MOLECULAR PROBES AND UV-VISIBLE SPECTROSCOPY

      Clays and clay minerals
    81. CASANOVA I; AGULLO L; AGUADO A
      AGGREGATE EXPANSIVITY DUE TO SULFIDE OXIDATION .1. REACTION SYSTEM AND RATE MODEL

      Cement and concrete research
    82. EVANGELOU VP; ZHANG YL
      A REVIEW - PYRITE OXIDATION MECHANISMS AND ACID-MINE DRAINAGE PREVENTION

      Critical reviews in environmental science and technology
    83. VANBERK W; WISOTZKY F
      SULFIDE OXIDATION IN BROWN-COAL OVERBURDEN AND CHEMICAL MODELING OF REACTIONS IN AQUIFERS INFLUENCED BY SULFIDE OXIDATION

      Environmental geology
    84. SCHWERTMANN U; BIGHAM JM; MURAD E
      THE 1ST OCCURRENCE OF SCHWERTMANNITE IN A NATURAL STREAM ENVIRONMENT

      European journal of mineralogy
    85. OLSSON G; POTT BM; LARSSON L; HOLST O; KARLSSON HT
      MICROBIAL DESULFURIZATION OF COAL AND OXIDATION OF PURE PYRITE BY THIOBACILLUS-FERROOXIDANS AND ACIDIANUS-BRIERLEYI

      Journal of industrial microbiology
    86. EBERHARD C; WIRSEN CO; JANNASCH HW
      OXIDATION OF POLYMETAL SULFIDES BY CHEMOLITHOAUTOTROPHIC BACTERIA FROM DEEP-SEA HYDROTHERMAL VENTS

      Geomicrobiology journal
    87. SCHIPPERS A; HALLMANN R; WENTZIEN S; SAND W
      MICROBIAL DIVERSITY IN URANIUM-MINE WASTE HEAPS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    88. MCKAY JL; LONGSTAFFE FJ; PLINT AG
      EARLY DIAGENESIS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENT ANDRELATIVE SEA-LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS (UPPER CRETACEOUS MARSHYBANK FORMATION, ALBERTA AND BRITISH-COLUMBIA)

      Sedimentology
    89. ALHASHIMI A; EVANS GJ; COX B
      CONTAMINANTS MOBILITY IN ACID-GENERATING WASTES SUBSOIL SYSTEMS/

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    90. CRUNDWELL FK
      MATHEMATICAL-MODELING OF BATCH AND CONTINUOUS BACTERIAL LEACHING

      Chemical engineering journal and the biochemical engineering journal
    91. OLSON GJ
      MICROBIAL OXIDATION OF GOLD ORES AND GOLD BIOLEACHING

      FEMS microbiology letters
    92. FAIRCHILD IJ; BRADBY L; SHARP M; TISON JL
      HYDROCHEMISTRY OF CARBONATE TERRAINS IN ALPINE GLACIAL SETTINGS

      Earth surface processes and landforms
    93. JORGENSEN BB
      SULFATE REDUCTION AND THIOSULFATE TRANSFORMATIONS IN A CYANOBACTERIALMAT DURING A DIEL OXYGEN CYCLE

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    94. SALINGAR Y; SPARKS DL; PESEK JD
      KINETICS OF ION REMOVAL FROM AN IRON-RICH INDUSTRIAL COPRODUCT .2. SULFATE

      Journal of environmental quality
    95. FORNASIERO D; LI FS; RALSTON J
      OXIDATION OF GALENA .2. ELECTROKINETIC STUDY

      Journal of colloid and interface science
    96. RICKARD D; COWPER M
      KINETICS AND MECHANISM OF CHALCOPYRITE FORMATION FROM FE(II) DISULFIDE IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTION (LESS-THAN-200-DEGREES-C)

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    97. REEDY BJ; BEATTIE JK; LOWSON RT
      O-18 SULFATE ISOTOPOMERS MONITORED BY INFRARED-SPECTROSCOPY

      Applied spectroscopy
    98. BURNS RG; FISHER DS
      RATES OF OXIDATIVE WEATHERING ON THE SURFACE OF MARS

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-PLANETS
    99. SCHMITT HR; CAMERON EM; HALL GEM; VAIVE J
      MOBILIZATION OF GOLD INTO LAKE-SEDIMENTS FROM ACID AND ALKALINE MINERALIZED ENVIRONMENTS IN THE SOUTHERN CANADIAN SHIELD - GOLD IN LAKE-SEDIMENTS AND NATURAL-WATERS

      Journal of geochemical exploration
    100. BAK F; SCHUHMANN A; JANSEN KH
      DETERMINATION OF TETRATHIONATE AND THIOSULFATE IN NATURAL SAMPLES ANDMICROBIAL CULTURES BY A NEW, FAST AND SENSITIVE ION-CHROMATOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE

      FEMS microbiology, ecology


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