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  • Plant colonization and arsenic uptake on high arsenic mine wastes, New Zealand

    Authors
    Dave Craw, L. Haffert, C. Rufaut, L. Paterson
    Journal
    Water, Air, and Soil Pollution
    Year
    2007
    Substrates associated with two historic gold mining sites in north Westland, New Zealand, have locally very high arsenic concentrations (commonly 10-40 wt% As). The substrates consist of iron oxyhydro... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Temporal and spatial variability of acid rock drainage in a rehabilitated coal mine, Wangaloa, South Otago, New Zealand

    Authors
    Dave Craw, M. Begbie, C. Rufaut, C. Martin
    Journal
    New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics
    Year
    2007
    The Wangaloa open cast coal mine ceased operations in 1989, with no restoration of the 252 ha site, and moderate acid rock drainage developed. A major rehabilitation programme was initiated in 2002 wi... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Phytostabilization of gold mine tailings from New Zealand. Part 2: Experimental evaluation of arsenic mobilization during revegetation

    Authors
    Dave Craw, C. Rufaut, D. Mains, C. Smith
    Journal
    International Journal of Phytoremediation
    Year
    2006
    Revegetation of mine tailings usually requires amendments of phosphorus. However, phosphate addition can mobilize arsenic (As) from the tailings. A 5-mo lysimeter field trial was conducted to quantify... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Phytostabilization of gold mine tailings, New Zealand. Part 1: Plant establishment in alkaline saline substrate

    Authors
    Dave Craw, C. Rufaut, D. Mains, C. Smith
    Journal
    International Journal of Phytoremediation
    Year
    2006
    Tailings from the Macraes mine, southern New Zealand, are prone to wind erosion. Use of a vegetation cover for physical stabilization is one potential solution to this environmental problem. This stud... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE