Deep Mining 2014

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Date: September 16th-18th Location: Sudbury, Canada The Deep Mining 2014 Committee and the Australian Centre for G...

Date: September 16th-18th

Location: Sudbury, Canada

The Deep Mining 2014 Committee and the Australian Centre for Geomechanics have worked for many months with industry to generate an exciting and focused technical program that brings together leading visionaries, strategists and experts from local and global industries.

The objective of this series of international seminars is to promote discussion and documentation of the latest technologies and practices of mining in deep and high stress environment. Since inception, the technical content has focused on geomechanics issues with themes such as seismic monitoring, ground support and numerical modeling dominating the proceedings. Nevertheless, the seven seminars also offer an important contribution to the more traditional mine engineering themes of deep mine planning and design, as well as ventilation.

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