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Hydrogeological characterization of the Mabou Group in the Picadilly region, New Brunswick
The Mabou Group in the Picadilly region of New Brunswick consists predominantly of red siltstones with interbeds of sandstone and conglomerate. The Mabou is of importance in this region as it overlies evaporite deposits ...
Life Cycle Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Mining and Milling of Uranium in Saskatchewan
This thesis presents a detailed study of life cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity during the uranium mining-milling phase of the nuclear fuel cycle for three paired uranium mine-mill operations in northern ...
Causes and Methods of Reducing Dilution at Seabee Gold Mine
The failure of waste rock from the hangingwall and footwall of open panels dilutes ore grades, creates significant costs for underground mines and can reduce production rates. This research investigates the mechanisms ...
Failure mechanism of resin anchored rebar in potash
The use of reinforcing bar (rebar) anchored with resin is a common method of rock support in both hard and soft rock mining. The average bond strength, or the load that the support can sustain for a linear length of bond ...
A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR THE FLUSHING OF CONSTITUENTS OF INTEREST FROM COAL WASTE ROCK IN THE ELK VALLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Coal mining in the mountainous regions of the Elk Valley, British Columbia has resulted in the formation of rock drains. Rock drains are ex-pit landforms composed of waste rock, resulting from the placement of mine waste ...