• Seismic Characterization of Coal Mining Seismicity in

    2016 4 26 seismic network in the WP BC coal mining region from January 1 1978 through June 30 2000 Figure 3 6 Epicenter map of mining related seismicity in the WP BC coal mining region for the year 1992 Figure 3 7 Epicenter map of mining related seismicity in

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  • IRIS Instruments

    2021 5 6 IRIS Instruments We design and manufacture geophysical instruments We train your technicians on proper measurement procedures instruments use data processing and interpretation

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  • Coal Exploration and Geophysical Logging with Insitu

    2020 2 8 Given the right geological setting this makes it possible to selectively mine a coal seam separating coals of varying BTU value and selling that coal at marginally higher prices thus increasing the value of the deposit Coal seams can also be evaluated insitu by geophysical means for their coalbed methane content

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  • Underground mining has severe environmental impacts

    New geologic studies suggest that underground mining of coal may cause more environmental damage over long periods of time than surface strip mining followed by proper reclamation according to the U S Geological Survey USGS

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  • CSIRO PUBLISHING

    Coal seismic depth conversion for mine data integration a case study from the Sandy Creek 3D seismic survey B Zhou and P Hatherly Exploration Geophysics 35 4 324330 Published 2004 Abstract When seismic data are presented as two way reflection times these times are not easily directly scalable to depths because of spatial variations

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  • Coal Exploration and Geophysical Logging with Insitu

    2020 2 8 Given the right geological setting this makes it possible to selectively mine a coal seam separating coals of varying BTU value and selling that coal at marginally higher prices thus increasing the value of the deposit Coal seams can also be evaluated insitu by geophysical means for their coalbed methane content

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  • Underground mining has severe environmental impacts

    USGS geologists C Richard Dunrud and Frank W Osterwald emphasized that their investigations involved only coal beds with no more than 60 meters of overlying rock and soil although other studies show that subsidence and consequent environmental damage can

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  • Abandoned Coal Mines Utah Geological Survey

    Abandoned Coal Mines in Utah The Utah Geological Survey UGS has created this digital database of abandoned coal mine maps as part of its mission to provide information about Utah s geologic environment resources and hazards to promote safe beneficial and wise use of land With funding from the Mine Safety and Health Administration and

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  • A Geophysical Investigation of Near Vertical Boreholes in

    2018 9 5 A Geophysical Investigation of Near Vertical Boreholes in the Roof of an Underground Tunnel in a Coal Mine Patrick Mah P Geo DMT Geosciences Ltd Calgary Alberta Canada Brian Wong P Eng Teck Coal Ltd Sparwood British Columbia Canada Torsten Gorka Dipl Geol

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  • NI 43 101 standards and best practice guidelines data

    Geophysical logs Down hole geophysical logs are an essential part of the quality control measures employed during coal sampling before dispatch of samples for analysis Variations in coal quality such as high ash beds that are difficult to detect visually can be discerned from geophysical logs

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  • Geophysics < Colorado School of Mines

    2021 7 19 The Mines guidelines for Minor/ASI can be found in the Undergraduate Information section of the Mines Catalog Minor in Geophysics/Geophysical Engineering Geophysics plays an important role in many aspects of civil engineering petroleum engineering mechanical engineering and mining engineering as well as mathematics physics geology chemistry hydrology and computer science

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  • Exyploration

    Geophysical investigations in exyploration In the mining and natural resources sector the term exploration stands for all activities connected to the search for deposits and the investigation and evaluation thereof Our exploration projects typically use ground and airborne geophysical techniques Geophysics is used to delineate underground

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  • Coal Geology

    2021 11 3 Geoscience Australia is the national public sector geoscience organisation Its mission is to be the trusted source of information on Australia s geology and geography to inform government industry and community decision making The work of Geoscience Australia covers the Australian landmass marine jurisdiction and territories in Antarctica

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  • A High Resolution Seismic Survey to Assist in Mine

    2015 12 16 A conventional 2 km seismic reflection line was recorded in 1992 across a site at Kianga to determine if seismic methods could assist mine plan ning The explosive source seismic line had receiver stations at a 3 m interval and a shot interval of 12 m with a nominal fold of 15 A conven tional 30 Hz geophone receiver line was used

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  • Geophysics < Colorado School of Mines

    2021 7 19 The Mines guidelines for Minor/ASI can be found in the Undergraduate Information section of the Mines Catalog Minor in Geophysics/Geophysical Engineering Geophysics plays an important role in many aspects of civil engineering petroleum engineering mechanical engineering and mining engineering as well as mathematics physics geology chemistry hydrology and computer science

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  • NI 43 101 standards and best practice guidelines data

    Geophysical logs Down hole geophysical logs are an essential part of the quality control measures employed during coal sampling before dispatch of samples for analysis Variations in coal quality such as high ash beds that are difficult to detect visually can be discerned from geophysical logs

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  • ENGINEERING GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION of

    2009 8 13 ENGINEERING GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION of ABANDONED COAL MINES along Planned US 69 PITTSBURG BYPASS PITTSBURG KANSAS By Jim Hild Manager/Sr Geophysicist Jim Pfeiffer Sr Geophysicist Kanaan Hanna Sr Engineer Robert Henthorne Chief Geologist Richard Ryan Geologist 9 th Annual Technical Forum Geohazards in Transportation

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  • Mining Project Coal Mine Safety Applications of Seismic

    2010 10 1 9/30/2015 Objective To implement in mine seismic monitoring techniques in coal mines to evaluate and demonstrate potential mine safety benefits of this technology These benefits include use of the resulting data for improved ground control hazard management rock mass modeling and mine and support design practices in deep coal environments

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  • Application of Geophysical Well Logging to Coal Mining

    2007 5 16 1977 Application of Geophysical Well Logging to Coal Mining Operations Energy Sources Vol 3 No 2 pp 133 147

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  • Coal Authority geophysical borehole logs

    2021 10 26 Price £45 £55 per tape file £10 per LAS curve Subject to number of users licence fee and data preparation fee Uses Site level to Local level use The map shows the location of borehole records containing digital geophysical logs acquired by the former National Coal Board and British Coal during their exploration for coal in the

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  • Geophysical investigations for stability and safety

    Coal mining activities began in this area about 300 years back in a random manner and standard coal mining practices such as board and pillar were adopted during the late 19th century Srivastava Mitra 1995 Lahiri Dutt 2003 The sizes of the panel and coal pillar vary around 200 m

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  • Geophysical Investigation of the T and T Mine Complex

    2004 9 2 Traditionally airborne geophysical surveys have been used for the detection of conductive ore bodies and geologic mapping However in recent years studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of airborne geophysics and remote sensing for environmental purposes King and Hynes 1994 used geophysical methods to monitor acid mine drainage at

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  • Overview on the application of geophysics in coal mining

    2013 7 30 Overview 1 Introduction The origins of the modern day use of geophysics in coal mining date back to the 1970s and lie mainly in the United Kingdom and West Germany At that time the coal mines of these countries were mainly underground They were getting deeper and the coal was becoming more difficult to win

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  • Underground Coal Mining

    Underground mining involves opening one or more portals or shafts into the earth that follow or intercept coal seams that are too deep for surface mining methods Two main methods of underground mining are practiced in Pennsylvania Room and Pillar Generally used for seams that are relatively flat or

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  • Applications of Geophysical Logs to Coal Mining Some

    Geophysical logs can be used not only for qualitative interpretation such as strata correlation but also for geotechnical assessment through quantitative data analysis In an emerging digital mining age such a use of geophysical logs helps to establish reliable geological and geotechnical models which reduces safety and financial risks due to geological and geotechnical uncertainty for new

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  • Mining Project Coal Mine Safety Applications of Seismic

    2010 10 1 9/30/2015 Objective To implement in mine seismic monitoring techniques in coal mines to evaluate and demonstrate potential mine safety benefits of this technology These benefits include use of the resulting data for improved ground control hazard management rock mass modeling and mine and support design practices in deep coal environments

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  • Abandoned Coal Mines Utah Geological Survey

    Abandoned Coal Mines in Utah The Utah Geological Survey UGS has created this digital database of abandoned coal mine maps as part of its mission to provide information about Utah s geologic environment resources and hazards to promote safe beneficial and wise use of land With funding from the Mine Safety and Health Administration and

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  • Hydrochemical characterisation of a coal mine plume

    2016 5 10 airborne geophysical survey David Beamish and Ben Klinck British Geological Survey Keyworth Nottingham NG12 5GG UK Beamish D and Klinck B 2006 Hydrochemical characterisation of a coal mine plume detected by an airborne geophysical survey Geofluids 6 82‐92

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  • Exyploration

    Geophysical investigations in exyploration In the mining and natural resources sector the term exploration stands for all activities connected to the search for deposits and the investigation and evaluation thereof Our exploration projects typically use ground and airborne geophysical techniques Geophysics is used to delineate underground

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  • A GEOPHYSICAL APPROACH FOR MAPPING OF

    2017 10 12 A GEOPHYSICAL APPROACH FOR MAPPING OF ABANDONED MINING WORKINGS AND UNCONSOLIDATED ZONES IN COAL MINING AREAS Stefan Dimovski1 Nikolay Stoyanov1 Christian Tzankov1 Atanas Kisyov1 1University of Mining and Geology St Ivan Rilski Sofia 1700 dimovski mgu bg nts mgu bg ch tzankov gmail at kisyov gmail ABSTRACT

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  • Geological Modelling Mine Planning

    MineScape 2021 is a suite of integrated solutions designed for open cut and underground mining operations for coal and metalliferous deposits It delivers extensive geological modelling and mine design functionality making it a leading mine planning solution globally Incorporating many features MineScape offers exceptional ease of use through

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  • Abandoned Coal Mines Utah Geological Survey

    Abandoned Coal Mines in Utah The Utah Geological Survey UGS has created this digital database of abandoned coal mine maps as part of its mission to provide information about Utah s geologic environment resources and hazards to promote safe beneficial and wise use of land With funding from the Mine Safety and Health Administration and

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  • Geophysical Investigation of Wuda Coal Mining Area

    2021 3 29 Geophysical Investigation of Wuda Coal Mining Area Inner Mongolia Electromagnetics and Magnetics for Coal Fire Detection Gerlinde Schaumann1 Bernhard Siemon1 and Yu Changchun2 1 Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources BGR Hanover Germany 2 China Aero Geophysical Survey and Remote Sensing Center for

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  • Geophysical technologies for detecting underground

    2020 5 6 Geophysical technologies for detecting underground coal mine voids An interactive forum LAWRENCE M GOCHIOCO GX Technology Corporation Houston Texas U S Continued on p 920 Escape capsule used to retrieve the nine trapped coal miners at the Quecreek Mine Left to right Lawrence Gochioco and symposium

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  • Geotechnical Characterisation from Geophysical Logs for

    relation to the coal mining activities The prediction of lithology from conventional geophysical logs is well established and automatic geophysical interpretation programs such as LogTrans have been developed Fullagar P K et al 1999 At Callide Mine the mapping of rock type distributions

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  • A Geophysical Investigation of Near Vertical Boreholes in

    2018 9 5 A Geophysical Investigation of Near Vertical Boreholes in the Roof of an Underground Tunnel in a Coal Mine Patrick Mah P Geo DMT Geosciences Ltd Calgary Alberta Canada Brian Wong P Eng Teck Coal Ltd Sparwood British Columbia Canada Torsten Gorka Dipl Geol

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  • Coal geophysics expands with growing global demands for

    Coal geophysics in the United States was once the exclusive domain and best kept secret of one major coal company The company was able to develop a full spectrum of remote sensing technologies to address its complex upstream and downstream challenges

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  • The influence of coal mine geology on seismic data

    2012 7 23 ASEG 15th Geophysical Conference and Exhibition August 2001 Brisbane Extended Abstracts The influence of coal mine geology on seismic data quality in the Bowen Basin Troy Peters Steve Hearn Velseis Processing Pty Ltd Velseis Pty Ltd and University of Queensland tpeters velpro steveh velseis

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  • Underground mining has severe environmental impacts

    USGS geologists C Richard Dunrud and Frank W Osterwald emphasized that their investigations involved only coal beds with no more than 60 meters of overlying rock and soil although other studies show that subsidence and consequent environmental damage can

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  • A GEOPHYSICAL APPROACH FOR MAPPING OF

    2017 10 12 A GEOPHYSICAL APPROACH FOR MAPPING OF ABANDONED MINING WORKINGS AND UNCONSOLIDATED ZONES IN COAL MINING AREAS Stefan Dimovski1 Nikolay Stoyanov1 Christian Tzankov1 Atanas Kisyov1 1University of Mining and Geology St Ivan Rilski Sofia 1700 dimovski mgu bg nts mgu bg ch tzankov gmail at kisyov gmail ABSTRACT

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