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<p>Mining exploration is widely spread throughout Kazakhstan and it is an important part of the country&rsquo;s economy. However, mining can create landslides, as well as both surface and groundwater pollution.<br />The purpose of this research is to model ...
Filed under: Geology -  Hydrogeology
Reference: Journal of Environmental Hydrology, Volume 23, Paper 9, September 2015
<p>This paper explores the potential of using satellite radar inteferometry to monitor time-varying land movement prior to any visible tension crack signs. The idea was developed during dedicated geotechnical studies at a large open-pit lignite mine, where ...
Reference: Central European Journal of Geosciences 6, (1)
<p>We study a daily mine planning problem where, given a set of blocks we wish to mine, our task is to generate a mining sequence for the excavators such that blending resource constraints are met at various stages of the sequence. Such time-oriented resource ...
Reference: Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence
<p>Diminishing surficial mineral deposits, increasing environmental regulation and advanced geological exploration techniques are ushering in a new era of mining. Unconventional technology must be adopted to ensure that safe, efficient and responsible access ...
Reference: North American Tunneling Conference
Manual for Complex Grid Generation for Mining&amp; Petroleum Geomechanics.
Reference: Kubrix/Rhino Users’ Manual REV012012
Mining has been a part of Greek civilization since before 1,000 B.C when Greeks first began extracting industrial minerals and metals for use. In 2010, the mining industry was regulated by the Mining Code, Legislative Decree 210/1973, as amended by a number ...
Filed under: Geology -  Economic Geology
Reference: Greece—2010 [ADVANCE RELEASE], USGS
<p>Information technology (IT) have changed the way we live and work. Mining is no exception. Application of IT in mining is represented in the processing and data management, using software packages for 3D design, modeling and integration of spatial databases ...
Reference: UNDERGROUND MINING ENGINEERING 19 (2011) 109-124
Each year more than 400 coal miners are injured (fatal and non-fatal) by rock falling from between or around roof supports. Many of these injuries could be prevented by the installation of roof screen (wire mesh). However, many coal mines may be reluctant ...
Reference: 2010 SME Annual Meeting and Exhibit, February 28 - March 3, Phoenix, Arizona
 
Proposed mining projects vary according to the type of metals or materials to be extracted from the earth. The majority of proposed mining projects involve the extraction of ore deposits such as copper, nickel, cobalt, gold, silver, lead, zinc, molybdenum, ...
Reference: Guidebook for Evaluating Mining Project EIAs
<p>While mining the approved stope sequence in the 100/900 ore bodies at the North Mine in Sudbury Basin of Vale Inco Ltd and following a crown blast in one of the stopes in 100 orebody in a sill pillar area, several major seismic events, with the highest ...
Reference: ROCKENG09: Proceedings of the 3rd CANUS Rock Mechanics Symposium, Toronto, May 2009