|LC Classifications||TD 427 A27S 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Acidified Bowland Lake after Whole-Lake Neutralization and Lake Trout (SalvelinusNamaycush) and Yellow Perch (Percaflavescens) after Neutralization of an Acidic Lake Near Sudbury, Ontario." Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sei., 47, (). Gunn, J. M., et al, "Survival, Growth, and Reproduction of Lake. Request PDF | Acidic Mining Lakes | Lakes can be acidified naturally (crater lakes or other volcanic waters) or by anthropogenic impact (acid rain and mine tailing. RELATIVE ACIDIFYING AND NEUTRALIZING POWER OF MATERIALS ADDED TO SOILS Source Potential acid or base effect Agricultural liming operation kg CaCOa ha'1 Neutralizing or basic effect keq ha'1 10 eq m"z Nitrogen fertilization with reduced form of N, such as urea or Nfy 70 kg N ha'1 Acidifying effect9 10 keq ha'1 1 eq Atmospheric. fertilization of acidified lakes near Sudbury, Ontario." Water Pol 1. Research Canada. Middle, Lohi, USA (Clearwater and Hannah as controls) BACI, 2 control and 2 treatment lakes year before treatment and year after. Limed in by fine powdered calcium carbonate slurry over lake surface pH control , treatment before , after, 6.
The chemical composition of acid lakes is summarized in Table for lakes in southern Norway (Gjessing, et al., ), the west coast (Hb'rnstrom et al., ) and west- central (Grahn et al., ) regions of Sweden, the LaCloche Mountains of southeastern Ontario (Beamish, ), and the vicinity of Sudbury, Ontario (Scheider et al., The first treatise on mining and extractive metallurgy, published by Georgius Agricola in , was also the first to highlight the destructive environmental side effects of mining and metals extraction, namely dead fish and poisoned water. These effects, unfortunately, are still with us. Since , mining methods, knowledge of metal extraction, and chemical and Author: Margarete Kalin, William N. Wheeler, Michael P. Sudbury, Bryn Harris. Although subaqueous oxidation of pyrite by Fe3+ is probably a common (and usually overlooked) phenomenon in acidic lakes, this process is not expected to be important in pit lakes with near-neutral or alkaline pH, mainly because the solubility of Fe3+ is so low at pH > 4. Bacterial reduction of iron and sulfate Most redox reactions. Phytoplankton and water quality. Here is the list of publications I found during my search, about phytoplankton, water quality index, biological indicators, etc. Yung, K., MacIsaac, H.J. & Hutchinson, T.C. () Biological recovery of two previously acidified, metal-contaminated lakes near Sudbury Ontario, Canada In Acid Reign '