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Using water monitoring data wisely

David Tait and Ruth Warrender from SRK Consulting explain how to make the most of water-quality monitoring data

David Tait and Ruth Warrender
Water sampling from the pit floor after a storm

Water sampling from the pit floor after a storm

From baseline studies through to operations and post-closure, water-quality monitoring over a mine’s life can mount up to several thousand samples, with a substantial associated cost in manpower and laboratory...

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