Copies of selected publications can be provided upon request.

Selected Publications (Primary Author):

Predicting the Potential Geochemical Nature of Waste Rock.
New Zealand Annual AusIMM Branch Conference, Tauranga (Weber et al. 2018).

Why Variable Oxidation Rates are needed for the Prediction of AMD from Dynamic Waste Rock Dumps.
Proceedings of the 9th Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage, Burnie, Tasmania (Pearce & Pearce 2017).

A decade of AMD treatment initiatives for New Zealand Coal Mines.
Proceedings of the 9th Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage, Burnie, Tasmania (Weber et al., 2017).

Forecasting long term water quality after closure: Boliden Aitik Cu mine.
New Zealand Annual AusIMM Branch Conference, Christchurch (Weber et al., 2017).

Acid and metalliferous drainage contaminant load prediction for operational or legacy mines at closure.
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Mine Closure, Perth, Western Australia (Pearce et al., 2016).

A risk-based approach using process flow diagrams for operational waste rock classification — case studies.
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Mine Closure, Perth, Western Australia (Pearce et al., 2016).

Opportunistic AMD sampling from multi-discipline drilling programs for large mining companies.
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Acid Rock Drainage, Santiago, Chile (Pearce & Gutierrez, 2015).

Passive treatment of ARD using waste mussel shells – Part I: System development and geochemical processes.
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Acid Rock Drainage, Santiago, Chile (Weber et al., 2015).

Forecasting long term water quality at closure for current mining operations.
New Zealand Annual AusIMM Branch Conference, Dunedin (Weber et al., 2015).

Passive treatment of ARD impacted waters using waste mussel shell.
21st Annual British Columbia – MEND ML/ARD Workshop (Weber et al., 2014).

Selected Publications (Co-Author):

Enhancing Mine Drainage Treatment by Sulphate Reducing Bacteria Using Nutrient Additives.
Mine Water & Circular Economy (Vol II), Lappeenranta, Finland (Christenson, H., Weber, P., Pope, J., Trumm, D., and Olds, W., 2017).

Gas Flux Rates and the Linkage with Predicting AMD Loads in Waste Rock Dumps, and Designing Practical Engineered Solutions – Field Based Case Studies.
Proceedings of the 9th Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage, Burnie, Tasmania (Pearce et al., 2017).

Validating WRD conceptual models and implications for mine closure in semi arid environments: a high level assessment using field data.
Proceedings of the 2016 International Mine Water Association Conference, Leipzig, Germany (Pearce & Pearce, 2016).

Advanced Customisable Leach Columns (ACLC) – A New Kinetic Testing Method to Predict AMD risks by Simulating Site-specific Conditions.
Proceedings of the 2016 International Mine Water Association Conference, Leipzig, Germany (Pearce & Pearce, 2016).

Progressive rehabilitation — Martabe Gold Mine as a case study.
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Mine Closure, Perth, Western Australia (Pearce et al., 2016).

Waste material placement options during construction and closure risk reduction — quantifying the how, the why and the how much.
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Mine Closure, Perth, Western Australia (Pearce et al., 2016).

Advanced Customisable Leach Columns (ACLC) – A new kinetic testing method to simulate site-specific conditions.
Proceedings of the Tailings and Mine Waste Management for the 21st Century, Sydney, New South Wales (Pearce et al., 2015).

Alkalinity producing covers for minimization of acid mine drainage generation in waste rock dumps.
Proceedings of the 8th Australian Acid and Metalliferous Drainage Workshop, Adelaide, South Australia (Olds, W., Weber, P., and Pizey, M., 2014).