Quantifying and treating contaminant discharges from the James Mine on New Zealand's West Coast (2018)
Bello Mendoza R
CitationHillman C, Trumm D, Bello Mendoza R, Pope J (2018). Quantifying and treating contaminant discharges from the James Mine on New Zealand's West Coast. Tauranga: AusIMM NZ Branch Conference 2018. 17/09/2018-18/09/2018.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research40 - Engineering::4019 - Resources engineering and extractive metallurgy::401905 - Mining engineering
09 - Engineering::0904 - Chemical Engineering::090410 - Water Treatment Processes
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