Characterization of microorganisms isolated from lignite excavated .Microorganisms were isolated from lignite freshly excavated in the Záhorie coal mine (southwestern Slovakia) under conditions excluding contamination with either soil or air-borne microorganisms. The isolates . S.S. Abyzov, N.E. Bobin, B.B. KoudriashovMicrobiological flora as a function of ice depth in central Antarctica.the role of microorganisms in coal mining,The Role of Microorganisms - Mining Technology23440-7-9178/01-SQ, Energy Mines and Resources, Canada, MEND Report 1.16.1 (a). Leathen, W.W., Braley, S.A., and McIntyre, L.D. (1953), The role of bacteria in the formation of acid from certain sulfuric constituents associated with bituminous coal, II. Ferrous-iron oxidizing bacteria: Applied Microbiology, v. 1, p. 65-68.
The role of micro-organisms in the formation of acid mine drainage .The drainages from the Margerita group of mines are found to be acidic with high sulphate ranging up to 1500 ppm and iron content rising up to 40 ppm. The total sulphur in coals is up to 7% out of which 50–80% is non-reactive organically found sulphur. The acidity mainly arises from the oxidation of pyrites of coal.the role of microorganisms in coal mining,isolation, identification and characterization of bacteria in .compete for available inorganic substrates. It is therefore impossible as yet to define the precise role and importance of each organism in these dynamic populations, as the intimate link between microbial physiology and sulfide bio hydrometallurgy is incompletely understood  . Coal mine spoil overburden represents.John Frank
MICROBIAL MINING. The central role of bacteria in the leaching of copper from low-grade ore long went unrecognised. The minerals industry now stands to gain . This microorganism was discovered in the acidic water draining coal mines; it was not until 1957 that a correlation was recognized between the presence of the.
This work describes the isolation and characterization of microorganisms from a coal mining area in Santa Catarina. These microorganisms comprised .. Ledin, M.; Pedersen, K. The environmental impact of mine wastes - roles of microorganisms and their significance in treatment of mine wastes. Earth-Sci. Rev., 41:67-108,.
Microorganisms were isolated from lignite freshly excavated in the Záhorie coal mine (southwestern Slovakia) under conditions excluding contamination with either soil or air-borne microorganisms. The isolates . S.S. Abyzov, N.E. Bobin, B.B. KoudriashovMicrobiological flora as a function of ice depth in central Antarctica.
23440-7-9178/01-SQ, Energy Mines and Resources, Canada, MEND Report 1.16.1 (a). Leathen, W.W., Braley, S.A., and McIntyre, L.D. (1953), The role of bacteria in the formation of acid from certain sulfuric constituents associated with bituminous coal, II. Ferrous-iron oxidizing bacteria: Applied Microbiology, v. 1, p. 65-68.
Aug 26, 2010 . The mine drainage is acidic, as its name states, and found around ore and coal mines. . Water has several functions in the generation of AMD. . Role of Microbes. Catalyze Oxidation. The general agreement among scientists of microbial-induced pyrite oxidation is that these microorganisms raising the.
Worldwide, abandoned coal mines release substantial amounts of methane, which is largely of biogenic origin. The aim of this study was to understand the microbial processes involved in mine-gas formation. Therefore, coal and timber samples and anaerobic enrichments from two abandoned coal mines in Germany were.
The effects of surface mining for coal on soil respiration (COr), microbial biomass. C, ATP levels . and maintenance of a site disturbed by mining. It has become widely recognized that soil microorganisms are potentially very important in aiding soil formation and re- vegetation . sized the importance of the soil microflora.
degraded landscapes. Plant-microbe interactions have big importance in these rigid substrates  and control characteristics of soil . As previously showed, during soil development on coal mine field, increase of enzyme activity, soil bacteria activity and biomass is recorded , which directly affects the soil quality .
AN IRON-OXIDIZING BACTERIUM FROM THE ACID DRAINAGE OF SOME BITUMINOUS COAL MINES. Arthur R. Colmer,1 Kenneth L. . The Role of Microorganisms in Acid Mine Drainage: A Preliminary Report. Science. 1947 Sep 19 . PRECIPITATION OF FERRIC HYDRATE BY IRON BACTERIA. Science. 1945 Nov 23.
Acid water from a closed deep coal mine was examined for the presence of heterotrophic . species, Flavobacteriurn acidurans, is proposed for these bacteria. .. Acta 1285 10-521. 4. Colmer, A. R., and M. E. Hinkle. 1947. The role of microorganisms in acid mine drainage: a preliminary report . Science 106: 25 3-2 5 6. 5.
Jul 29, 2013 . Coal mine drainage (CMD) collected from Meitanba mine (Hunan province, China) was studied. Coal, sulfur . The results showed that iron could actually play an important role in the microbial community structure of CMD, especially for the selection of some important species for coal biodesulfurization.
Aug 3, 2006 . 2.2 The Role of Innovative Technology . ... 1 Though abandoned coal mines also generate AMD, coal mining in the U.S. is under the jurisdiction of the U.S. . Using Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria. Table 1. Summary of passive treatment technologies. Technology. Name. Technology. Description. Function.
Clark, C.S. 1965 The oxidation of coal mine pyrite. Thesis. The Johns Hopkins. University. Baltimore. Maryland. 17. Colmer, A.R. and Hinkle, M.E. 1947 The role of microorganisms in acid mine drainage; a preliminary report. Science 106, 253-256. 18. Colmer, A.R., Temple, K.T. and Hinkle, M.E. 1950 An iron-oxidizing.
as coal slurry. Little is known, however, about the microbial production of natural gas from coal and shale. Since 2006, the U.S. Geological Survey Energy . Medium- and high-volatile bituminous. Subbituminous. <1. Shale core <1. 1 to 5. Coal core. Coal mine. 5 to 10. 1 to 5. EXPLANATION. Predominant coal rank. Sample.
Mar 14, 2016 . The coal in the Illinois Basin has been there for about 300 million years, but it has not just been sitting beneath the earth inert. Billions of microbes are slowly feasting on the coal. And as this decomposition happens, methane gas is released. Scientists have been figuring out how to speed up the release of.
Jan 20, 2016 . Extreme environments like the depths of coal mining caves could cause organisms to develop high levels of cytotoxicity and antimicrobial compounds. . However, unique compounds in plants, soil and the sea have played a major role in modern treatments for conditions ranging from bacterial infections.
Oct 23, 2012 . Now several companies are demonstrating a way to use microörganisms that eat coal and excrete methane—the main ingredient in natural gas—as a possible means of extracting fuel from coal resources that had been too expensive to mine. Many coal beds contain large amounts of methane that can be.
Sep 9, 2014 . ÔØ Å ÒÙ× Ö ÔØ. Microbial diversity and biogenic methane potential of a thermogenic-gas coal mine. Min Wei, Zhisheng Yu, Zheng Jiang, Hongxun Zhang. PII: S0166-5162(14)00194-3 ... activated sludge or waste water, which have been reported to play an important role in the degradation of organic.
Mar 2, 2016 . study aimed to identify microorganisms (MOs) from a coal mine water source to determine organism diversity for its use . previously collected from an open-mine-water-pit was used to assess the microbial community by 18S rRNA gene ... structure, metal content and reproductive function near an.