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Data driven seismic hazard evaluation in Canadian mines

2016/17-2017/18 • $113,000
Large seismic events are regular occurrences in deep Canadian mines. In Ontario and Quebec, statistics show that large events (magnitude = +2) are recorded almost 3 times per month. This is a common industry problem, occurring in many mines. There are at least 20 seismic monitoring systems in...

Controls on mineralization around the Foy Offset Dyke, Sudbury

2015/16 • $25,000
Since the Nickel and Copper ores were first discovered in the Sudbury region in 1883, this region has grown to be the largest and most profitable mining district in North America, with past production plus current inventory, using todays prices, estimated at $400 billion. Not surprisingly,...

Use of soil amendments to increase reclamation success of a dry mine tailings site in the southern interior of BC

2015/16 • $11,500
Canadian companies are responsible for nearly half of mining activities worldwide, and mining operations are expanding in Canada; creating jobs and revenue for the country and providing necessary resources for society. The KGHM Ajax project is a proposed mine near Kamloops, BC that is in its...

Use of soil amendments to increase reclamation success of a dry mine tailings site in the southern interior of BC.

2014/15 • $25,000
Canada is a leader in the mining industry, and the BC government has targeted mining as a growth industry inthe province. BC has 14 operating mineral mines and 10 coal mines, with many more mines proposed andunder development, including the KGHM Ajax mine. The provincial government has also...

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