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The objectives of this research were to 1) understand the chemistry of acid mine drainage associated with oil shale resources and 2) suggest appropriate management options to minimize water quality problems. In this study, two eastern oil shales were collected. Each shale was retorted and cont>usted to produce waste products representative of potential mining and energy conversion processes. Each raw, retorted, and combusted shale was studied under the following laboratorydoi:10.21000/jasmr88010191 fatcat:7cbointqa5cnxnzw7ok3whcx54