8 record(s) found with the tag "tailings disposal" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Characterization of arsenic-hosting solid phases in Giant Mine tailings and tailings dust
Principal Investigator: Bailey, Alexandra
Licenced Year(s): 2016
Summary: The primary objective of this research is to analyze near-surface tailings from the tailings ponds and shoreline at Giant Mine in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, and to distinguish the arsenic-hosting phases in both the bulk tailings and the fine fraction of the tailings from the site. The research team will initially take near-surface samples of tailings - from which windblown dust may be ...


Damoti Gold
Principal Investigator: Hamm, Sharleen
Licenced Year(s): 2007 2006
Summary: Exploration efforts at the Damoti Lake property (concentrating on the Horseshoe Zone) are intended to improve gold-bearing ore estimates at the site. As part of the pre-feasibility work, alternatives for tailings disposal will be studied, including depositing tailings into natural water bodies (Lardass Lake, Unnamed Lake, Pond 1 and 2), and/or using land-based methods, such as thickened tailings a...


Investigation of the Extent of Historic Tailings in Back Bay/Yellowknife Bay
Principal Investigator: Caughill, Dave
Licenced Year(s): 2004
Summary: Between 1948 and 1951, approximately 375 000 tons of tailings were deposited directly into Back Bay from Giant Mine along the northwest shore via a drainage channel. The submerged tailings contain high levels of metals, particularly arsenic. Over time, t...


Baseline Survey of Environmental Conditions in North Pond and L-Shaped Lake, Colomac Mine
Principal Investigator: McGurk, Michael
Licenced Year(s): 2005 2004
Summary: Colomac Gold Mine was closed in 1996 and is now under the care and maintenance of INAC. Mine water is accumulating in the Tailings Containment Area (TCA) and the mine pits and will have to be released to the environment within a few years. Under the reme...


Environmental Effects Monitoring for Miramar Con Mine Ltd. and Miramar Giant Mine Ltd.
Principal Investigator: Schryer, Richard P
Licenced Year(s): 2004 2003
Summary: Under the new Metal Mining Effluent Regulations (Fisheries Act), an Environmental Effects Monitoring (EEM) program is required to determine the effects of mine effluent on fish and fish habitat. As part of the study, water quality and aquatic organism he...


2003 Port Radium: Phase 2 Environmental Studies
Principal Investigator: MacNeill, Scott W
Licenced Year(s): 2003
Summary: This 5-day sampling program will involve fisheries, aquatic, and vegetation studies at/in the vicinity of the abandoned Port Radium Mine site. Concentrations of five biologically significant metals (antimony, arsenic, lead, nickel and zinc) will be dete...


Effects of Processed Kimberlite Effluent from the Ekati Diamond Mine, NT on Freshwater Zooplankton.
Principal Investigator: Liber, Karsten
Licenced Year(s): 2001
Summary: The research team will be transported to Long Lake by aircraft, and will travel by truck on the mine site. Sample collection will be carried out using a motorized boat. Water and phytoplankton samples will be collected using a 10 L Go-Flo water sampler. Zooplankton samples will be collected using a zooplankton net. There are three taxa of freshwater zooplankton that may be collected from Long ...


Licence #1962
Principal Investigator: Hutchinson, Tom
Licenced Year(s): 1976
Summary: To examine revegation of northern tailings and mining areas using materials from an acid-heavy metal stressed Arctic area....


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