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Mining and Its Impact on the Environment

Authors: Fred G. Bell, Laurance J. Donnelly
Published by Taylor & Francis - 2006
560 pages
Hardbound

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This book highlights the effects of past mining and the types of problems found in both in urban and rural areas. By way of example, the book demonstrates how such problems can be anticipated, investigated, predicted, prevented, and controlled. Furthermore, it shows how sites already affected by mining problems and hazards can be remediated and rehabilitated.

Covering subsidence, surface mining, disposal of waste, problems resulting from mine closure and mineral processing, Mining and Its Impact on the Environment is an excellent reference for practicing mining and geotechnical engineers as well as students in the field.

 



 
 
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