Assessment of the Rudnaya River Geochemical Barriers Water Composition Using Physico-Chemical Modeling Method (Dalnegorsk Ore District, Russia)
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The article shows the results of Rudnaya River geochemical barriers water composition assessment with the physicochemical modeling method. 24 cases of physichochemical (redox) type barriers were simulated and considered. The obtained pH characteristics of geochemical barriers water have neutral level, maximum TDS are observed in January 2019. The investigation shows seasonal quantitative and qualitative composition geochemical barriers for two drainage discharges of Dalnegorsk ore region tailing dumps. The qualitative distribution of elements and pieces for in situ Rudnaya River water composition are shown.
KeywordsAcid mine drainage Drainage water River water Water composition assessment Geochemical barrier Tailings dumps Physicochemical modeling Supergenesis Hypergenesis
The reported study was funded by RFBR according to the research project № 18-35-00114.
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