The tricky and expensive task of accessing knowledge on rehabilitating and preparing to close mining sites has been eased by a unique online resource developed by University of Queensland scientists and Central Queensland coal mine rehabilitation experts.
The Environment Centres at the Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI) are working with international engineering, geosciences and environmental consultancy firm Klohn Crippen Berger (KCB) to advance understanding of the long-term behaviour of mine tailings.
Written by Antony van der Ent, 'Kinabalu' is based upon years of expeditions in Mount Kinabalu Park. The book showcases the spectacular natural history, landscapes and immense biodiversity of Mount Kinabalu Park in Sabah (Malaysia)...
The gradual expansion of Mongolian mine sites from initial diggings to their present size has been captured using satellite imagery for the first time by researchers at The University of Queensland’s Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI).