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  • Geomorphological stability of sites for the long-term containment of uranium mining wastes in the seasonally wet Tropics, Northern Australia
  • Australie ; Environnement ; Erosion des sols ; Géomorphologie appliquée ; Mine ; Northern Territory ; Quaternaire ; Réhabilitation ; Uranium ; Zone intertropicale
  • Applied geomorphology ; Australia ; Environment ; Mine ; Northern Territory ; Quaternary ; Rehabilitation ; Soil erosion ; Tropical zone ; Uranium
  • This study assesses the future long term stability of the Ranger Uranium Mine area by examining the past (Quaternary) evolution of landforms in the vicinity of the mine. Five categories of geomorphological stability are recognised on the basis
  • Bijouterie ; Birmanie ; Exploitation minière ; Géologie ; Jade ; Kachin State ; Mine ; Minéralogie
  • Burma ; Geology ; Mine ; Mineralogy ; Mining activity
  • The World Largest Massive Jadeite block is a boulder which is part of a dyke, located in the Kachin State, in the area of Phakant, and estimated to be over 3000 tons. The aim of the A., a former lecturer in geology, is to propagate the geological
  • knowledge and expertise on the jade mining and industry. The book consists of 16 chapters :1- Myanma Jade: The pride of Myanmar, 2- The three main properties of Jade, 3- Mineralogical characteristics of Myanma Jade, 4- Differentiation of genuine jade from
  • sketch of Myanma jade, 11- Jade producing regions in Myanmar, 12- The geological characteristics of Myanma jade deposits, 13- Mining of jade, 14- Administration of jade mines, 15- The Myanmar jade trade, 16- Useful tips for jade buyers. - (GL)
  • Impact des mines de charbon sur les évolutions des paysages dans les bassins-versants de la Dębinka et de la Pniówka sur le plateau de Rybnik
  • Bassin-versant ; Charbon ; Déchet ; Dębinka ; Impact ; Mine ; Paysage ; Plateau ; Pniówka ; Pologne ; Rybnik ; Terre arable
  • Arable land ; Coal ; Impact ; Landscape ; Mine ; Plateau ; Poland ; Waste ; Watershed
  • reservoirs. The landscape has acquired anthropogenic character with dominating mining waste dump (53 million tons and 15.2% of the catchment area), 31 water reservoirs (1.6 million m3 in capacity), high railway embankments and mineshafts. The area of arable
  • The article presents the impact of intensive coal mining on the landscape of two small agricultural catchments. The subsiding of the ground has altered the course of watersheds and caused development of numerous non-drainage basins with large water
  • Managing artisanal and small-scale mining in forest areas : perspectives from a poststructural political ecology
  • Communauté ; Discours ; Déboisement ; Ecologie politique ; Exploitation minière ; Gestion des ressources ; Mine ; Politique ; Poststructuralisme
  • Community ; Deforestation ; Discourse ; Mine ; Mining activity ; Policy ; Political ecology ; Post-structuralism ; Resource management
  • Digital elevation model ; Geographical information system ; Germany ; Map ; Mine ; Mining area ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Ruhr ; Subsidence
  • Allemagne ; Bassin minier ; Carte ; Mine ; Modèle numérique de terrain ; Nordrhein-Westfalen ; Ruhrgebiet ; Subsidence ; Système d'information géographique ; Visualisation
  • The article deals with the mining subsidence, the digital elevation model and the visualization in Ruhr-district. For the first time the scientists can visualise an area-wide with full scale differences in elevation due to coal mining. The basement
  • Emigration ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Italie ; Marche ; Migration ; Mine ; Romagna ; Soufre
  • in numerous small villages in the mining area amounted to 70-80%. The remaining in-habitants are mostly pensionists. Chief aim of the author was to study the migratory fields of the miners which differ clearly from those of subsistence farmers, mezzadri
  • , and shepherds in the area. Typical places of destination within the miners'unusually large migratory fields are the industrial sites of the Montecatini Concern in the Sicilian sulphur-mining area, in the Tuscan ironmining area, at Ferrara, and in the north-west
  • This study deals with the shutdown of the last four sulphur mines in the Romagna and in the Marches between 1957/64 and the subsequent emigration. Since the establishment of new industries was little succesfull, the decrease of population
  • Arid area ; Australia ; Biogenic process ; Drainage ; Gypsum ; Mine ; New South Wales ; Precipitation ; Semi-arid area ; Soil erosion
  • Action biogène ; Australie ; Domaine aride ; Domaine semi-aride ; Drainage ; Erosion des sols ; Gypse ; Lapin ; Mine ; New South Wales ; Précipitation
  • Etude du développement d'un système de tunnels en bordure de la mine de gypse de Conoble. Ces tunnels constituent une intéressante curiosité morphologique qui illustre les interactions entre le substratum, le climat, les animaux (lapins de garenne
  • Coal ; Czech Republic ; Flood ; Land improvement ; Mining activity ; Mountain ; Pit ; Pond ; Water ; Water management
  • The reclamation and revitalisation in the brown-coal field area in the Ore Mountains area has three basic modes (agricultural, forest, hydro). The most convenient alternative is the decision to flood residual pit mines. The example
  • of the Chabarovice pit mine shows that the utilisation of new ponds can be multifunctional. - (MS)
  • Comprehensive development of hilly area and promotion of local economy of Northern Guangdong province.
  • Agriculture ; Chine ; Chine, centre-sud ; Développement régional ; Ghum ; Guangdong ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Mine ; Mise en valeur ; Tourisme ; Wuhan, région ; Zone de collines
  • husbandry, mining and tourism. (TNC).
  • Stability of waste spoils in an area strip mine-geological and geotechnical considerations
  • Az antropogén hatasok és megjelenésük térképen Pécs térségében. (The anthropogene effects and their representation on maps on the area of the town Pécs)
  • Action anthropique ; Baranya ; Cartographie thématique ; Environnement ; Exploitation minière ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Hongrie ; Mine ; Pécs
  • The study deals with the effect of coal mining not from research methodological and theoretical point of view but from the visual representation of the phenomena and its serious practical consequences. (CK).
  • Application of DEM overlaying technique in surface subsidence identification - a case study in Ruqigou coal mining area of Ningxia, China
  • Applied geomorphology ; Beijing ; China ; Coal ; Geographical information system ; Mining activity ; Natural hazards ; Numerical model ; Subsidence
  • subsidence, many techniques have been employed. With the development of GIS techniques, identification of surface subsidence is becoming a relative easy problem. Ruqigou coal mining area was selected as a case study to identify the surface subsidence with DEM
  • Predictive modelling of surface subsidence above an underground coal mine at Máza-Váralja-South (Northeast Mecsek, Hungary)
  • Action anthropique ; Etude d'impact ; Evolution du relief ; Géologie de l'ingénieur ; Géomorphologie ; Hongrie ; Mesure de terrain ; Mine ; Modélisation ; Máza-Váralja-South ; Subsidence ; Surveillance ; Système d'information géographique
  • Engineering geology ; Geographical information system ; Geomorphology ; Ground survey ; Human impact ; Hungary ; Impact study ; Landform evolution ; Mine ; Modelling ; Monitoring ; Subsidence
  • The anthropogenic landforms can be predicted by engineering methods in a mining area. These methods became the instruments of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). In the paper, such calculation method was applied, but it was combined with GIS
  • Allemagne ; Besoin en eau ; Eau ; Eau potable ; Industrie ; Mine ; Pollution de l'eau ; Qualité de l'eau ; Sachsen-Anhalt
  • Drinking water ; Germany ; Industry ; Mine ; Saxony-Anhalt ; Water ; Water needs ; Water pollution ; Water quality
  • Excessive mining and mining industry in GDR times resulted in a considerable lowering of the ground water table and contamination of the ground and flowing waters with the effect of undersupply of potable water for the inhabitants in the area. So
  • finally feeding of external water via a system of long distance pipelines became necessary. After decline and discontinuance of mining and industries as results of transformation process, drinking water supply is again ensured. - (HPB)
  • D'un paysage de mine à ciel ouvert à un paysage de lac. L'aménagement de l'eau dans le district des mines de lignite d'Allemagne centrale.
  • German Democratic Republic ; Germany ; Industrial district ; Lake ; Landscape ecology ; Mine ; Planned landscape ; Recreation area ; Restructuring process ; Water
  • Aire de loisir ; Allemagne ; Allemagne RDA ; District industriel ; Eau ; Ecologie du paysage ; Lac ; Mine ; Paysage aménagé ; Reconversion
  • Dénoyer les mines de lignite a été une opération préalable à la restauration paysagère du district industriel d'Allemagne centrale. Après la mise en eau, un lac de 175 km2 a ainsi servi de base nautique, de conservatoire de la nature et de réservoir
  • Mining changes on the example of the Wałbrzych Basin relief (The Sudetes, Poland)
  • Geomorphogenesis ; Human impact ; Impact ; Inverted relief ; Mining activity ; Poland ; Sudety ; Watershed
  • The biggest relief transformations in the Wałbrzych Basin took place in 2 valleys : Wałbrzych and Kuźnice. The anthropogenic relief in that area contains forms typical of coal mining areas, such as : subsidence basins, dumps and settling ponds
  • . In anthropogenic relief one forms are present within other forms, which is connected with simultaneous influence of different anthropopression factors on the ground. As a result of coal mining, the research area underwent anthropogenic inversion of relief
  • . In the years 1865-1997 the coal mining was the main relief factor in the researched area causing bigger changes in the relief features than the natural factors.
  • . In the Wałbrzych Basin the transformations of natural relief features were more substantial than in the Kuźnice Basin. Anthropogenic relief of the research area has structural character - it relates to the structure of the substrate of the Wałbrzych Coal Basin
  • Actual reconversion problems in two Belgian old industrial and coal-mining regions: the Borinage and Centre area
  • 1975 ; Belgique ; Charbon ; Donnée ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Industrie charbonnière ; Mine
  • A la place des 50000emplois perdus dans les mines et carrières depuis 1957, seulement 15600emplois ont été créés dans 16nouveaux parcs industriels. Pour une vue d'ensemble du problème des mines de charbon en Belgique, on se reportera à: Tableau des
  • mines de houille en activité en Belgique au 1janvier 1976. Lijst van de steenkoolmijnen in België in bedrijf op 1 januari 1976, A. Mines Belg., Liège, 1976, pp.59-65 et J. Medaets, Statistique sommaire de l'exploitation charbonnière, des cokeries, des
  • Natural iron precipitates in a mine retention pond near Jabiru, Northern Territory, Australia
  • Australia ; Biogeochemistry ; Geochemistry ; Iron ; Microstructure ; Mineralization ; Mining activity ; Northern Territory
  • floor in areas adjacent to the plumes during times of low water level; c) speculate on the processes of formation of the precipitates, and; d) comment in their environmental significance.
  • Agriculture de subsistance ; Canada ; Cape Breton ; Colonisation agricole ; Commerce ; Ecossais ; Ethnie ; Géographie historique ; Ile ; Migration internationale ; Mine ; Nova Scotia ; Peuplement ; Pêche ; Siècle 19
  • Agricultural colonization ; Canada ; Ethnic group ; Fishery;Fishing ; Historical geography ; International migration ; Islands ; Mining ; Nova Scotia ; Settlement ; Subsistence agriculture;Subsistence farming ; Trade;Commerce
  • Cod fishing, coal mining, and mainly subsistence forming created much of this island's settlement, economy and society. Each of these economies occupied relatively discrete areas, forming a mosaic of different ways of life and work.
  • Alberta ; Biogéographie ; Biomasse ; Canada ; Charbon ; Dynamique des populations ; Environnement ; Faune ; Habitat ; Mine ; Montagne ; Mouflon ; Protection de la nature ; Rocky Mountains ; Végétation
  • Alberta ; Biogeography ; Biomass ; Canada ; Coal ; Environment ; Fauna ; Habitat;Settlement ; Mining ; Mountain ; Nature conservation ; Population dynamics ; Rocky Mountains ; Vegetation
  • This article illustrates how mountain wildlife habitat was restored in a devasted area. A strip mine for coal on the east slopes of the Alberta Rockies, occupied its operations by Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, was reclaimed as bighorn habitat.