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Aim

 

The aim of this workshop was to provide a forum for the world's leading scientific and technical communities, to interact and address the main issues and the key challenges of the mining and civil construction industry in the beginning of the 21st century in order to reduce its environmental and health impacts, life cycle assessment, risk analysis, hazard detection and control, environmental and health consequences and liability, waste management, monitoring and projection techniques, geotechnical issues, probabilistic modelling, geoenvironmental engineering, dam and embankment design and case studies.


Topics


Risk assessment in mining, metallurgical and waste disposal sites

Life cycle assessment

Hazard detection and control

Remediation of contaminated soils and mining/metallurgical sites

Mine quarry reclamation / revegetation

Mine closure - post mining land use

Environmental geochemistry of ore deposits, tailings and waste rocks

Solid waste management

Geotechnical aspects of mine waste

Dam and waste dumps design, construction and stability

Advanced modeling techniques in geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering

Advanced monitoring techniques (remote sensing, decision support and alerting techniques)

Engineering geology applications

Mine waste management - New EC directives






 
 
 




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