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Remote Sensing of Mine Waste.

United States Geological Survey

Remote Sensing of Mine Waste.

by United States Geological Survey

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesU.S. Geological Survey Information Circular -- 9152
ContributionsBoldt, C., Scheibner, B.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21735306M

The open cast lignite coal mine, Goynuk Himmetoglu open cast mine in Bolu Turkey, is selected to investigate the impacts of surface mining activities on land use and land cover ().The study area is located in Goynuk in the Bolu province at 40°12′–40°15′ east and 30°45′–30°50′ north, and covers an area of approximately km 2. Cited by: Mining is a vital part of the Global economy, but the extraction of metals, metalloids, and other mineral products generates vast quantities of liquid and solid waste. Currently the volume is estimated at several thousand million tons per annum, but is increasing exponentially as demand and exploitation of lower-grade deposits increases. The high concentrations of potentially toxic elements in Cited by:

Year Published: Potential metal recovery from waste streams ‘Waste stream’ is a general term that describes the total flow of waste from homes, businesses, industrial facilities, and institutions that are recycled, burned or isolated from the environment in landfills or other types of storage, or dissipated into the environment. The life cycle of mining begins with exploration, continues through production, and ends with closure and postmining land use. New technologies can benefit the mining industry and consumers in all stages of this life cycle. This report does not include downstream processing, such as smelting of.

Remote Sensing of Environment serves the remote sensing community with the publication of results on the theory, science, applications, and technology of remote sensing of Earth Resources and Environment. Thoroughly interdisciplinary, RSE publishes on terrestrial, oceanic and atmospheric sensing. A guide for students and professionals, this introductory course book covers the basic principles of Remote sensing and its applications in mine environment monitoring. Building from a reader 's basic knowledge of mine monitoring, it teaches how to implement Remote sensing techniques and how to interpret the acquired data for different purposes.. Following a general introduction to Remote.


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Remote Sensing of Mine Waste by United States Geological Survey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Boldt, C.M.K. (Christine M.K.). Remote sensing of mine waste. Pittsburgh, Pa.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of. The results of a study of an abandoned gold mine at Rodalquilar in southern Spain have demonstrated the potential of airborne-mounted hyperspectral remote sensing instruments to resolve the distributions of mine waste and secondary iron species on the mine site and in adjacent rivers.

A guide for students and professionals, this introductory course book covers the basic principles of remote sensing and its applications in mine environment monitoring. Building from a reader’s basic knowledge of mine monitoring, it teaches how to implement remote sensing techniques and how to interpret the acquired data for different purposes.

An Evaluation of Remote Sensing Technologies for the Detection of Fugitive Contamination at Selected Superfund Hazardous Waste Sites in Pennsylvania. By E. Terrence Slonecker and Gary B. Fisher. Executive Summary. This evaluation was conducted to assess the Cited by: 1. NIOSHTIC-2 Publications Search.

Remote Sensing of Mine Waste. Authors Boldt-CMK; Scheibner-BJ Source MISSING pages Link NIOSHTIC No. Abstract This report summarizes five separate Bureau of Mines contract studies on the use of aerial photogrammetry satellite transmission of in situ instrumentation information, and satellite.

Remote Sensing Applications for Mine Tailings & Waste Rock Water Balances. Instructors: Jan Hendrickx, Michael Milczarek, Ingar Walder | Date: Septem | Time: AM – PM | Cost: $ (i ncludes lunch and snacks).

Many hydrological studies today are based on three areas of expertise: remote sensing imagery, field and laboratory measurements, and modeling. Case studies demonstrate the combination of aerial photo interpretation and thermal remote sensing for locating hidden waste disposal sites (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee), the application of satellite and hyperspectral airborne remote sensing to characterize mine tailing and its impact on its vicinity (Summitville, Cripple Creek.

Using Remote Sensing to Assess Impact of Mining Activities on Land and Water Resources Article (PDF Available) in Mine Water and the Environment 29(1) April with 7, Reads. This volume, Remote Sensing for Site Characterization, describes the feasibility of aircraft- and satellite-based methods of revealing environmental-geological problems.A balanced ratio between explanations of the methodological/technical side and presentations of case studies is maintained.

The comparison of case studies from North America and Germany show how the respective territorial. Application of remote sensing technology in mine environment monitoring--A case study of eastern Hubei.

National Environmental Ecology and Geochemistry Investigation and Assessment Abstracts Set. Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in Solid Waste Management 2.

Study Area Study area is located in the western part of Uttar Pradesh state which is the surroundings of Yamuna River. Study area covers some parts of three big cites Agra, Mathura, Firozabad (Figure 1). Figure 1: Study Area. Data Used and MethodologyFile Size: KB. Sensing and Monitoring Technologies for Mines and Hazardous Areas: Monitoring and Prediction Technologies presents the fundamentals of mining related geotechnical risk and how the latest advances in sensing and data communication can be used both to prevent accidents and provide early warnings.

Remote Sensing And Geophysics Understand geological processes and overcome exploration challenges through structural interpretation of remote sensing data We interpret remotely sensed data using a sound structural geological understanding to provide informed, integrated interpretations that can be directly applied to exploration targeting.

While remote sensing in mineral exploration is a rapidly advancing field, currently most remote sensing methods are performed through the following technologies and data sources: Landsat (which.

Mine waste engineers support the design, permitting, construction, operation, and closure of stable, cost-effective, and legally compliant mine waste storage facilities.

This includes the treatment and disposal of tailings and solid and hazardous waste. REMOTE SENSING APPROACHES TO IDENTIFYING AND MONITORING COPPER MILL TAILINGS Remote sensing technology in tandem with a variety of GIS applications can be an effective tool for monitoring mine activities (Lamb, ).

For manipulating. Remote Sensing has considerable potential to provide reliable information. A Geographic Information System is an easy tool for manipulating and analysing the data in a clear and fast way.

This book describes in seven practical examples how GIS and Remote Sensing techniques are successfully applied in land and water : Springer Netherlands.

On the other hand, human-induced change in the form of mine excavation, mine tailing, mine waste and acid runoff requires particular monitoring by remote sensing satellite data. Environmental pollution mapping and monitoring of mined areas are the main challenges that need to be addressed for future sustainability and environmental management.

Remote Mapping of Mine Wastes Paterson, N.[1] 1. Paterson, Grant and Watson Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada ABSTRACT Non-geophysical and geophysical remote sensing techniques are applicable to the detection and monitoring of the most common and troublesome mine waste—namely acid mine drainage (AMD).

Repeat surveys using the same technique in. Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System (GIS) Dr. Punyatoya Patra. Associate Professor, Aditi Mahavidyalaya, University of Delhi. INTRODUCTION.

Now-a-days the field of Remote Sensing and GIS has become exciting and glamorous with rapidly expanding opportunities. Many organizations spend large amounts of money on these Size: KB. Environmental problems caused by extraction of minerals have long been a focus on environmental earth sciences.

Vegetation growing conditions are an indirect indicator of the environmental problem in mining areas. A growing number of studies in recent years made substantial efforts to better utilize remote sensing for dynamic monitoring of vegetation growth conditions and the Cited by: Thermal remote sensing may prove useful to more thoroughly monitor the surface strength, and therefore the susceptibility to dusting, of mine tailings.

In this study, laboratory experiments were performed to measure the thermal properties of mine tailings by thermal remote .1 Introduction Remote Sensing: An Overview of Physical Fundamentals Obtaining Remote-sensing Data Satellite-based Methods Aircraft-based Methods The Use of Remote Sensing in Waste Disposal Site Investigation Investigative Objectives and Interpretative Criteria Case Studies Verification of Remotely Sensed.