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Bacterial consortia in acid mine groundwater seepage
by National Research Council Canada, Biotechnology Research Institute in Montréal, Qué
Written in English
Report examines the use of 16SrDNA sequencing technology in the identification of microbial communities in a natural environment. The report notes that it is necessary to evaluate the activity and number of beneficial and culprit bacteria in groundwater seepage and develop a method to reduce acid mine drainage problems.
|Statement||submitted by Hélène Bergeron and Peter C.K. Lau|
|Series||Boojum Research South Bay reports -- SB056., Boojum Research Technical reports, Boojum Research Technical reports|
|Contributions||Kalin, Margarete A., Lau, P. C. K.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
Jan 01, · Cultivation-dependent and cultivation-independent characterization of the microbial community in acid mine drainage associated with acidic Pb/Zn mine tailings at Lechang, Guangdong, China Gui-Liang Tan. State Key Laboratory of Biocontrol, School of Life Sciences Nucleic Acid Techniques in Bacterial SystematicsCited by: The Potential for Acid Mine Drainage and other Water Quality Problems would flow to groundwater, and could likely affect streams. Waste rock used in the construction of. Page #3 An even larger problem with an actual mine is collecting all the seepage that is produced. It is one thing to project that a collection well, cutoff wall, or.
This book covers development in major areas exploiting bacterial biomass (Chap. 5), fungal biomass (Chap. 6) and algal biomass (including macroalgae; Chap. 7) for the biosorption of heavy metal and radionuclides as well as for the sequestration of precious and rare earth elements (Chap. 8). Sulfidogenic biochemical reactors (BCRs) for metal removal that use complex organic carbon have been shown to be effective in laboratory studies, but their performance in the field is highly variable. Successful operation depends on the types of microorganisms supported by the organic matrix, and factors affecting the community composition are unknown. A molecular survey of a field-based BCR Cited by:
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Microbial Remediation of Acid Mine Drainage. and tolerance to acid stress of the different consortia were evaluated. Acidophilic SRB were more efficient than the Bacterial consortia in acid mine groundwater seepage book culture in.
Dec 15, · The objectives of this study were to evaluate the solubility of copper in waste printed circuit boards (PCBs) by bacterial consortium enriched from natural acid mine drainage, and to determine optimum conditions of bioleaching copper from gulfpbc.com by: Jul 14, · The bacterial growth in the medium of each flask at 0th and 7th day was estimated by taking optical density at nm by UV-Vis spectrophotometer (Shimadzu UV, Japan).
The bacterial isolates showing maximum growth in crude oil containing media was selected for consortia gulfpbc.com by: The outflow of acidic liquids and other pollutants from mines is often catalysed by acid-loving microorganisms; these are the acidophiles in acid mine drainage.
Acidophiles are not just present in exotic environments such as Yellowstone National Park or deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Jan 06, · Abstract. The effects of acid mine drainage (AMD) in a stream and groundwater near an abandoned copper mine were characterized by physicochemical properties, bacterial community structure using denaturing gel gradient electrophoresis (DGGE), and microbial activity/diversity using Ecoplate gulfpbc.com by: Microbial aspects of acid mine drainage and its bioremediation Article in Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China 18(6) · December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Microbes adapted to acid mine drainage as source for strains active in retention of aluminum or uranium. This former Gessen heap site is located within the area that has no connection to the natural groundwater yet because of mining-related pumping.
The entire surface waters are captured by the Gessen Creek which makes the measuring of Cited by: Bacterial and abiological experiments have been performed to compare to metal release rates, such as the release of iron and zinc from the acid dissolution of sphalerite (ZnS). Current tasks are examining the role of bacteria in the geochemical stabilization (reduced acid production) of mine waste rock piles via carbon fixation and.
This study presents population analyses of microbial communities inhabiting a site of extreme acid mine drainage (AMD) production.
The site is the inactive underground Richmond mine at Iron Mountain, Calif., where the weathering of a massive sulfide ore body (mostly pyrite) produces solutions with pHs of Cited by: Jun 22, · Abstract. Effects of acid mine drainage (AMD) were investigated in surface waters (Laranjinha River and Ribeirão das Pedras stream) and groundwaters from a coal mining area sampled in two different seasons at Figueira city, Paraná State, gulfpbc.com by: Oct 01, · This work has increased our knowledge of bacterial diversity and dynamics in acid mine drainage.
Bacterial diversity in Carnoulès AMD was revealed to be much higher than previously evidenced using clone library techniques (Bruneel et al., ), as suggested by culture-dependent methods (Delavat et al., ). Our study revealed complex Cited by: Geochemistry of acid mine drainage from a coal mining area and processes controlling metal attenuation in stream waters, southern Brazil Arsenic also exceeded the limit, but only slightly.
Groundwater monitoring wells from active mines and tailings piles showed pH interval and chemical concentrations similar to those of mine drainage. BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF OVERBURDEN FROM LIGNITE OPENCAST MINING IN ORDER TO AVOID SEEPAGE OF ACID MINE WATER BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF OVERBURDEN FROM LIGNITE OPENCAST MINING IN ORDER TO A VOID SEEP AGE OF ACID MINE WATER Bernhard Becker1, Matthias Graff- RolfNaveke1 1 lnstitut fiir Mikrobiologie, Technische Universitat Braunschweig.
We investigated the impact of acid mine drainage (AMD) contamination from the Minnesota Mine, an inactive gold and silver mine, on Lion Creek, a headwater mountain stream near Empire, Colorado.
The objective was to map the sources of AMD contamination, including discrete sources visible at the surface and diffuse inputs that were not readily gulfpbc.com by: 3. mine area in and mine tailings and contaminated ground-water were required to be properly treated before development of the site.
The heavy metal concentration distribution of soil and groundwater at the site is related to its geographical char-acteristics. The iron ore mineralized zone, which was located in.
groundwater of the mine. None of the isolated micro-organisms have been implicated in bioleaching practices, and there-fore these organisms will not be included as candidates for the removal of P and K from the iron-ore of the Sishen Iron-Ore Mine.
Keywords: Sishen Iron-Ore Mine, microbial community, process water, groundwater, bioleaching. SECTION VI DISCUSSION Iron Bacterial Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage Waters Although, the literature reveals a significant amount of knowledge about the kinetics of acidophilic iron bacterial oxidation of ferrous iron in synthetic media, there have been few real efforts to utilize the capabili- ties of these organisms in the treatment of.
The main route for the removal of linuron in the environment is biodegradation. Bacterial degradation of linuron involves a stepwise transformation that starts with a direct hydrolysis resulting in the formation of 3,4-dichloroaniline (3,4-DCA) and N,O-dimethylhydroxylamine (N,O-DMHA).Both 3,4-DCA and N,O-DMHA can be further gulfpbc.com present, only a few reports exist on the isolation and.
Start studying Geology Test 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Acid mine drainage (AMD) consists of metal-laden solutions produced by the oxidative dissolution of iron sulfide minerals exposed to air, moisture, and acidophilic microbes during the mining of coal and metal deposits.
The pH of AMD is usually in the range of 2–6, but mine-impacted waters at circumneutral pH (5–8) are also common. Mine drainage usually contains elevated concentrations of Cited by: 1.
THE MICROBIOLOGY OF ACID MINE DRAINAGE By Jim Taylor, P.G. January Acid mine drainage is a common problem in many parts of the country, originating from hardrock mines, strip mines or tailing piles. Most discussions on acid mine drainage refer to the physical process of oxidation while the role of microorganisms is left unnoticed.Microbial Consortia Development and Microcosm and Column Experiments for Enhanced Bioremediation of Chlorinated Volatile Organic Compounds, West Branch Canal Creek Wetland Area, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.
By Michelle M. Lorah 1, Emily H. Majcher 2, Elizabeth J. Jones 3, and Mary A. Voytek 3. 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Baltimore, MD.Seepage from mine and mineral processing waste containing high concentrations of metals presents a huge challenge to the mining industry as many sites face treatment in perpetuity .To keep costs low, it is attractive to apply, at the location of seepages, so-called passive or semi-passive treatment systems that depend on natural geochemical and microbiological processes .Cited by: 8.