Volume 11, 2003


Volume 11: Number 1

Deep soil mixing in the UK:geoenvironmental research and recent applications
pp. 1-14
Al-Tabbaa, Abir; Evans, Chris

A review of the Contaminated Land Rehabilitation Network forEnvironmental Technologies in Europe (CLARINET). Part 2: Working Group findings
pp. 15-30
Bardos, Paul

Risk-based land management - a concept for the sustainablemanagement of contaminated land
pp. 31-36
Vegter, Joop; Lowe, Judith; Kasamas, Harald

New technologies and future developments - how much truth isthere in site characterisation and monitoring?
pp. 37-47
van Ree, Derk; Carlon, Claudio

Financing and cost of redevelopment of post-industrial sitesin Poland
pp. 49-57
s: Janikowski, Ryszard; Korcz, Marek

Privatisation programmes in Polandand Romania:who should pay for site restoration?
pp. 59-67
Syryczynski, Piotr

Volume 11: Number 2

Mine Water Treatment: a Decade of Progress. The proceedings of a national conference held at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 11–13 November 2002. Edited by Charlotte A. Nuttall

Recovery of marketable iron oxide from mine drainage in the USA
pp. 93-97
Hedin, Robert S.

CL:AIRE - providing support for remediation research
pp. 99-104
Beck, Paul

Testing and performance of a newly constructed full-scalepassive treatment system at Whittle Colliery, Northumberland
pp. 105-112
Nuttall, Charlotte A.

Engineering design aspects of passive in situ remediation ofmining effluents
pp. 113-125
Laine, David M.; Jarvis, Adam P.

Passive treatment of acidic mine waters in subsurface-flowsystems: exploring RAPS and permeable reactive barriers
pp. 127-135
Younger, Paul L.; Jayaweera, Ananda; Elliot, Aln; Wood, Richard; Amos, Phil; Daugherty, Andrew J.; Martin, Alec; Bowden, Lawrence; Aplin, Andy C.; Johnson, D.B.

Whittle mine water treatment system: in-river attenuation ofmanganese
pp. 137-144
Rukin, Nick

Novel use of ochre from mine water treatment plants toreduce point and diffuse phosphorus pollution
pp. 145-152
Heal, Kate; Younger, Paul L.; Smith, Keith; Glendinning, Stephanie; Quinn, Paul; Dobbie, Karen

Mine water treatment at Six Bells colliery, South Wales: problems and solutions, from conception to completion
pp. 153-160
Jarvis, Adam, England, Adrian and Mee, Stuart

The Coal Authority Minewater Treatment Programme: an updateon the performance of operational schemes
pp. 161-164
Banks, Sheila B.

Up-scaling of oxidation and accretion reactors: engineeringand economic considerations
pp. 165-171
Burke, Sean; Banwart, Steve; Jarvis, Adam; England, Adrian; Younger, Paul

Wetland plants - more than just a pretty face?
pp. 173-180
Batty, Lesley C.

Mine water management on a national scale - experiences fromthe Coal Authority
pp. 181-190
Parker, Keith

Mine water as a resource: space heating and cooling via useof heat pumps
pp. 191-198
Banks, David; Skarphagen, Helge; Wiltshire, Robin; Jessop, Chris

Modelling carbon fluxes in a constructed wetland
pp. 199-203
King, Emma; Bottrell, Simon; Sapsford, Devin; Raiswell, Rob

The importance of aeration in passive treatment schemes formanganese removal
pp. 205-212
Johnson, Karen L.

Passive mine water treatment at the former Wheal Jane tinmine, Cornwall: importantbiogeochemical and microbiological lessons
pp. 213-220
Hallberg, Kevin B.; Johnson, D.B.

Recovery of an aquatic ecosystem following treatment ofabandoned mine drainage with constructed wetlands
pp. 221-229
Wiseman, Ian M.; Edwards, Paul J.; Rutt, Graham P.

The influence of speciation in the removal of arsenic frommine waters
pp. 231-238
Bowell, Rob

C-S-Fe geochemistry of a wetland constructed to treat acidicmine waters
pp. 239-243
Morrison, Michelle; Aplin, Andrew C.

Wheal Jane mine water active treatment plant - design,construction and operation
pp. 245-252
Coulton, Richard; Bullen, Chris; Dolan, John; Hallett, Clive; Wright, Jim; Marsden, Clare

A novel approach to mine water treatment
pp. 253-258
Dey, Matthew; Sadler, Piers J.K.; Williams, Keith P.

Control of ochreous deposits in mine water treatment
pp. 259-266
Dudeney, Bill; Demin, Oleg; Tarasova, Irina

Mine water capture
pp. 267-271
Schmolke, Catriona; Drennan, Stewart

The design and optimisation of active mine water treatmentplants
pp. 273-279
Coulton, Richard; Bullen, Chris; Hallett, Clive

Putting the legacy of mine water discharge into perspectiveand the progress in tackling the issues in a fair and consistent manner
pp. 281-284
Tate, Graham

The importance of day eyes, level rooms and soughs for minewater drainage
pp. 285-292
Whitworth, Keith

Review of design and performance of the Pelenna wetlandsystems
pp. 293-300
Rees, Ben; Connelly, Richard

Alchemy for beginners: social concepts surrounding theartisanal-scale smelting of ochre obtained from mine water treatmentpp. 301-307
Doyle, Aidan; Aumônier, Jonathan

Volume 11: Number 3

The use of oral bioaccessibility in assessment of risks tohuman health from contaminated land
pp. 309-313
Nathanail, C. P.; McCaffrey, Caroline

The effects of a composted organic amendment on soilbiological properties in a clay soil-forming material used as a landfillrestoration cap
pp. 315-321
Gregory, A.S.; Vickers, A.W.

The practical use of short rotation coppice in landrestoration
pp. 323-338
Paulson, Mark; Bardos, Paul; Harmsen, Joop; Wilczek, Julian; Barton, Malcolm; Edwards, David

The beneficial effects of two tree species on soilproperties in a semi-arid savanna rangeland in Botswana
pp. 339-344
Aweto, A.O.; Dikinya, O.

Volume 11: Number 4

Optimisation and assessment of different railway ballastcleaning systems
pp. 397-403
Anderson, P.; Cunningham, C.J.; Hearnden, R.A.; Barry, D.A.; Philp, J.C.

Geochemical changes to dredged canal sediments followingland spreading: a review
pp. 405-410
Cook, S.R.; Parker, A.

Good practice guidance on permeable reactive barriers forremediating polluted groundwater, and a review of their use in the UK
pp. 411-418
Smith, J.W.N.; Boshoff, G.; Bone, B.D.

Alternative landfill capping using locally availablerecycled material
pp. 419-427
Biener, Ernst; Bethke, Harald; Sasse, Torsten; Wemhoff, Thomas