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Mine reclamation planning in the Canadian North

Brian Bowman

Mine reclamation planning in the Canadian North

prepared for the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee

by Brian Bowman

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Published by The Committee in Ottawa .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Abandoned mined lands reclamation -- Canada, Northern -- Planning.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementBrian Bowman and Doug Baker.
    SeriesNorthern Minerals Program working paper -- no. 1
    ContributionsBaker, Douglas Charles., Canadian Arctic Resources Committee.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination79 p. :
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18601255M
    ISBN 100919996760

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Mine reclamation planning in the Canadian North by Brian Bowman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reclamation Planning • Every mine should, at all times, have a mine closure and reclamation plan, which includes measures to be taken in the event of a temporary closure.

• The direct closure impact of all components of a mine site should be addressed as an integral part of File Size: 2MB.

Reclamation processes. As part of the life cycle of a surface coal mine, completed mine areas must undergo mining ends, operators must restore the land to its approximate original contour (AOC) or leave the land graded and suitable for a “higher and better” post-mining land use (PMLU) that Mine reclamation planning in the Canadian North book been approved as part of the original mining permit application.

URANIUM MINING METHODS. Based on the current understanding of uranium deposits in the Commonwealth of Virginia, extraction of uranium ore would use open-pit mining, or underground mining, or a combination of both ().These general terms incorporate a large variety of design possibilities—there are as many methods of mining uranium as there are orebody sizes, shapes, and mineral constituents.

The Airline of the North. Proudly serving Northern Canada for over 60 years. Canadian North is Canada's finest northern airline serving Nunavut and the Northwest Territories from Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Book your flight online now. Bowman B., Baker D. Mine Reclamation Planning In The Canadian North, Canadian cataloguing in publication data, Use of water quality models for design and evaluation of pit lakes A Vandenberg.

The Canadian uranium mining industry is a world leader in the Mine reclamation planning in the Canadian North book of best practice and has suggested a procedure, shown in Fig.

to assist in planning a uranium mine and mill site. This is an example of a procedure from mine and mill site operation up until the return of the site to the authorities or landowner, with a system of.

the Decommissioning / Reclamation Planthe Decommissioning / Reclamation Plan • This process will include communication & discussions with local communitydiscussions with local community (especially the nearest neighbours to the mine site)mine site).

• Initiate some of the decommissioning work this Size: 1MB. Often regarded as the next frontier for mining growth, Canada’s North has promising mineral potential and opportunities for economic development. From diamonds to Mine reclamation planning in the Canadian North book to base metals and iron ore, mining companies work closely with local communities and government to spur responsible mining growth that will benefit Mine reclamation planning in the Canadian North book and future generations in the Canada’s North.

This year the Citation for outstanding Mine reclamation planning in the Canadian North book for reclamation at a Metal Mine is awarded to Homestake Canada Inc. for their exceptional reclamation efforts at the Snip Mine. The Snip Mine was an underground gold mine and mill situated in a remote area along the Iskut River in British Columbia’s North Coast mountains.

In this case, the key point is to adopt the most suitable reclamation (land-use) strategy for a mined land area (Palogos et al., ). MLR should be simultaneously considered along with mine. Agnico Eagle's rehabilitation work of the Coniagas No.

4 shaft in Cobalt, Ont. took top honours at the Ontario Land Reclamation and Rehabitation Symposium held at the University of Guelph, June The event is dedicated to promoting excellence in the process of restoring land that has been mined back to a natural state or repurposing it for other uses.

The Phoenix #2 mine was the recipient of the U.S. Office of Surface Mining’s Excellence in Reforestation Award for almost a decade’s worth of reclamation efforts and implementation of the Appalachian Regional Reforestation Initiative’s (ARRI) Forest Reclamation Approach (FRA).

Coal mine site reclamation 5 Remediation, reclamation or rehabilitation is the process of repairing any negative effects of mining activities on the environment. This can be simply returning the site to a safe and stable condition, restoring pre-mining conditions as closely as possible to support the future sustainability of the site, orFile Size: 1MB.

The Technical and Research Committee on Reclamation (TRCR) present the Jake McDonald Mine Reclamation Award and up to five category awards are handed out for outstanding achievement in mine reclamation annually. These awards have been presented at the British Columbia Mine Reclamation Symposium every year since Before we issue a Quartz Mining Licence, we review and approve the mine’s reclamation and closure plans.

Our decisions are informed by policy and guidelines that are: based on modern industry standards; and; consistent with national mine site reclamation policies. Mine operators are required to update their plans throughout the life of the mine. A GUIDE TO PREPARING RECLAMATION PLANS FOR NONMETALLIC MINING SITES This guidance is intended to assist nonmetallic mine operators in preparing reclamation plans for their nonmetallic mining sites.

All reclamation plans must be prepared so they are in compliance with the reclamation standards in Ch.

NR of the Wisconsin Administrative Size: KB. True North Reclamation Plan Fairbanks Gold Mining, Inc. ii Post-mining and Post-reclamation 27 Drainage 27 Acid Rock Drainage Potential 27 Public Access 28 Financial Assurance Release 28 6 FACILITY SPECIFIC RECLAMATION AND CLOSURE 30 Pits 30 Waste Rock Dumps 30 Roads, Trails and RS Routes 31 Maintenance 33File Size: 8MB.

Successful Reclamation Planning and ImplementationPlanning and Implementation Glenn Barr, Business Unit Leader Mining Minerals North Ap Peabody Energy’s North Antelope Rochelle Mine – Award Winning Reclamation.

In-Situ Reclamation. In Wyoming, most uranium mining is performed in-situ—in place—which doesn’t cause much surface disturbance.

In-situ mining involves using a water and baking soda mixture to unlock the uranium from the rock so it can be pumped to the surface. These Mine Site Closure and Reclamation Guidelines for the Northwest Territories are intended to provide guidance on how to develop, operate, and close mine sites in a manner that promotes effective reclamation.

The guidelines build on the principles and objectives laid out in the Mine Site Reclamation Policy for the Northwest Territories.

- Explore Justsaymo's board "Mine Reclamation" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Surface mining, Placer gold and Staten island parks pins. Mining involves rock blasting, materials handling, equipment maintenance, design, scheduling, and budgeting.

From starting up new mines to performing reclamation on older mines, Boyd and Company helps you accomplish all of your goals while adhering to. Figure 1. Distribution of oil-sands deposits in Alberta, Canada.

Suncor Energy. Open-pit mining of oil sands in northern Alberta began in In the past five decades operational practices in reclamation have adapted to changes in technology and regulatory requirements.

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Closure and Land Rehabilitation. Even before a mine opens for production in Ontario, plans are in place for the future reclamation of the land. Every advanced exploration and mining project includes a closure plan to restore lands to a natural state upon completion of exploration and mining activities.

INAC is focused on accelerating the remediation of contaminated sites in the North to protect the health and safety of Aboriginal people, Northerners, and the integrity of the environment.

The Giant Mine Remediation Project will clean-up the surface, stabilize and secure the underground and maintain and monitor for health & safety. Forest Reclamation Advisories. The Forest Reclamation Advisories are informational documents put together by the ARRI Science Team to clearly explain the Forestry Reclamation Approach and address questions about reclamation practices that can be used to prepare coal mined lands to forestry related landuses.

Each Advisory highlights 1 of the 5 FRA Steps. Conference Highlights. The TRCR Mine Reclamation Symposium was held jointly with the Canada Land Reclamation Association at the Kimberley Conference Centre in Kimberley, BC from September 16 to September 19th, The Symposium included an excellent 4 day program commencing on the 16th with a half-day Workshop on Landform Design for Sustainable Mine.

The Northern Latitudes Mining Reclamation Workshop (NLMRW) is a collaborative effort between Alaska and Northern Canada aimed at shedding light on the unique issues facing reclamationists in the North. This year’s conference is located in Juneau — one of the most beautiful areas of Southeast Alaska.

Mining is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the Earth, usually from an ore body, lode, vein, seam, reef or placer deposits form a mineralized package that is of economic interest to the miner. Ores recovered by mining include metals, coal, oil shale, gemstones, limestone, chalk, dimension stone, rock salt, potash, gravel, and clay.

Mine Reclamation. Guidelines for the Closure and Reclamation of Advanced Mineral Exploration and Mine Sites in the Northwest Territories (Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board/Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, ); Making Sites Rough and Loose: A Soil Adjustment Technique (Polster, ); The Practical Guide to Reclamation in Utah (Utah Department of Natural Resources.

Online proceedings. Welcome to PlanningforClosure online articles. This publication contains a selection of articles carefully reviewed by a technical committee composed of experts from the field.

You can directly access the articles in this publication through the search filter box on the left of the screen. Proceedings sponsor. The Canadian provinces were selected because they provide a range of mine–types and commodities.

Two United States jurisdictions were selected because they offer a useful comparison with Canadian mining jurisdictions, by mine -type, geography, reclamation considerations and regulatory requirements, including reclamation securit y. The recipient of the British Columbia Jake McDonald Annual Mine Reclamation Award is Northgate Minerals Corporation for their outstanding reclamation achievements at the Kemess South Mine, located approximately km northwest of Prince ate has demonstrated ongoing commitment to achieving reclamation success at Kemess South.

Throughout reclamation. SRK is a proud Thought Leadership Partner and Sponsor of this event, and will be holding a panel discussion featuring SRK Global Chairman, Jeff Parshley, as moderator. across our operations in North and South America. This document is divided into three major sections: 1.

Overview: About Teck and a summary of our approach to mine closure 2. Closure: The entire process of planning for, and carrying out, responsible mine closure throughout the mining life cycle, with examples from across Teck 3. Held roles in Project Planning and Reclamation Planning.

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This requirement came in response to the estima mining operations in the Canadian north that had closed with little or no reclamation plan, often posing physical or environmental hazards. For example, the Giant mine, a gold recovery operation near Yellowknife, closed inleavingtonnes of toxic arsenic trioxide stored in.

Time-bound reclamation to regenerate the better eco-system, concurrent with extraction, international norms to be integral part of mine development strategy NMP, Emphasized for orderly and systematic mine closure MCDR, Concept of Mining Plan & Provisions for restoration, reclamation and rehabilitation of lands affected by miningFile Size: 1MB.

Colorado School of Mines Illinois St., Golden, CO / Admissions & Financial Aid Financial Aid Graduate Admissions.Reclamation is the restoration of equivalent productivity to natural areas damaged through processes such as erosion, mining, flooding, or commercial development.

Reclamation specialists identify contaminated areas, develop reclamation plans, and inspect, monitor, and evaluate reclamation projects.Landforming: An Environmental Approach to Hillside Ebook, Mine Reclamation and Watershed Restoration / Edition 1. by Horst J.

Schor, An Environmental Approach to Hillside Development, the text should prove of value to practicing professionals in such diverse fields as land planning, civil and geotechnical engineering, landscape Price: $