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The role of hydrology, geochemistry and microbiology in flow and solute transport through highly heterogeneous, unsaturated waste rock at various test scales
Drainage chemistries from unsaturated waste rock are affected by a number of hydrological, geochemical and microbiological processes. These processes are generally coupled and reliable prediction of solute loads is a difficult task for most mine sites, making it challenging to provide accurate estimates of future water treatment requirements. An assessment of preferential and matrix flow, geochemical controls and microbially-enhanced weathering is beneficial to provide an improved understandingdoi:10.14288/1.0166611 fatcat:yo66iqz2ijbc3dzpqcpsagzc2y