Sustainable Open Pit Mine Design
von Osanloo, Morteza
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There is an increasing interest among practitioners to incorporate sustainability issues in evaluating the projects. However, it is a complex task to deal with the conflicting aspects of sustainable development. Nowadays, most of the minerals are produced by surface mining methods; and one could say that the economic, social and environmental impacts of these operations are closely related to Ultimate Pit Limit (UPL), and it may have a significant contribution on the sustainability of the mining community. UPL determination is a strategic decision and it requires a Decision Support System to evaluate and understand the outcome of each alternative for optimal decision-making. This book, therefore, discusses the concept of sustainable development generally and in the field of mining engineering. It provides the models for determination of cut-off grade and UPL with respect to the concepts of sustainable development. Reading of this book is especially recommended for those who are interested in responsible and sustainable mining.
Morteza Osanloo was recognized as the distinguished Professor of Mining by the organizing committee of MPES, CAMI and SWEMP conferences in Banff, Canada in 2009. He has authored several books and papers. His Surface Mining book has earned the National Award of the Book of the Year.
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0.22 x 0.15 x 0.006 m; 0.209 kg