journals on coal mining

journals on coal mining

(PDF) Impact of Coal Mining on Environment

2021-8-26  Coal mining adversely affects the eco-system as a whole. On the unstable earth, the un-resting mankind constantly uses a variety of resources for daily lives. Coal is recognized to have been the ...

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Coal Mining and Local Environment: A Study in Talcher ...

Coal mining and air pollution. In the era of 21st century, this belt has become an industrial hub. Along with MCL, a good number of coal-based thermal power plants, several heavy industries, coal washeries, and a large number of subsidiary industrial units have

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Coal Mining and Local Environment: A Study in Talcher ...

2017-9-5  The long-term and continuous mining of coal deteriorates the natural environment as it sheds negative influences on the nearby water bodies and soil. 10 However, the regular disposal of millions of wastewater into the nearby water bodies is

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Environment Impact Assessment of Coal Mining

2013-11-13  underground mining (room pillar, long wall, drift, shaft, slope mining) are some types of coal mining. Proper Environment impact assessment of coal mining is very important and here we take some issues which should be considered and some mitigation measures are discussed. 2. Environment and Social issues related to coal mining

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Women in coal mining (Journal Article) OSTI.GOV

2021-10-27  @article{osti_6143790, title = {Women in coal mining}, author = {Cooley, F}, abstractNote = {This paper presents views of a female mine engineer with regard to acceptance of women into America's coal industry. Topics include how attitude toward women in mining has greatly changed, how female miners eroded the ''macho'' image, and how unbalanced media coverage slowed acceptance.

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Application of MIKE SHE to study the impact of coal

2017-12-21  Coal mining is one of the core industries that contribute to the economic development of a country but deteriorate the environment. Being the primary source of energy, coal has become essential to meet the energy demand of a country. It is excavated by both opencast and underground mining methods and affects the environment, especially hydrological cycle, by discharging huge amounts of mine

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Local Economic Impacts of Coal Mining in the United

Local Economic Impacts of Coal Mining in the United States 1870 to 1970 - Volume 76 Issue 4 Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

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International Journal of Mining Science and Technology ...

International Journal of Mining Science and Technology is a bimonthly English-language journal. It was founded in 1990 and was originally the Journal of China University of Mining and Technology.This journal publishes original and innovative research papers and high-quality reviews covering the

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Journal of Mining Science Home

2021-5-1  Journal of Mining Science is a peer reviewed journal. We use a double blind peer review format. Our team of reviewers includes over 140 experts, both internal and external (60%), from 13 countries. The average period from submission to first decision in 2019 was 45 days, and that from first decision to acceptance was 90 days. The rejection rate ...

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Australian mining - Australasian Mine Safety Journal

2019-4-4  Mining is a significant and important part of Australia’s economy. The Australian mining industry origins stem back to the early days of Australia’s settlement when first settlers identified sources of coal in 1797 near Newcastle New South Wales (Nobby’s Head).Coal

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Detecting surface subsidence in coal mining area based on ...

2013-6-4  Coal is the primary energy resource in China. Thousands of underground coal mines are operating in China and cause severe land subsidence, leading to many environmental and engineering problems. Huainan (淮南) coal mine is the largest coal mining area in East China. Surface subsidence associated with Huainan coal mining activities has been monitoring by DInSAR (differential synthetic ...

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Coal mining impacts on catchment runoff - ScienceDirect

The effects of coal mining on runoff are further estimated using SIMHYD-PML hydrological model that fully considers vegetation dynamics. Its simulation results show that from 1998 to 2017 coal mining reduced the total surface runoff by 29.35% for Wangdaohengta sub-catchment, by 55.41% for Shenmu sub-catchment, and by 49.44% the entire Kuye ...

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Safety Measurements and Risk Assessment of Coal Mining ...

Safety is a legal requirement of mining industry. Effective safety measurements and risk management can serve the mine administration to lessen the dangers recognized in the mine. Autonomous technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) models have been integrated with the mining industry to ensure a safe working environment since a decade ago in the form of ...

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Women in coal mining (Journal Article) OSTI.GOV

2021-10-27  @article{osti_6143790, title = {Women in coal mining}, author = {Cooley, F}, abstractNote = {This paper presents views of a female mine engineer with regard to acceptance of women into America's coal industry. Topics include how attitude toward women in mining has greatly changed, how female miners eroded the ''macho'' image, and how unbalanced media coverage slowed acceptance.

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Environment Impact Assessment of Coal Mining

2013-11-13  underground mining (room pillar, long wall, drift, shaft, slope mining) are some types of coal mining. Proper Environment impact assessment of coal mining is very important and here we take some issues which should be considered and some mitigation measures are discussed. 2. Environment and Social issues related to coal mining

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1586 Journal of Reviews on Global Economics, Impacts of ...

Impacts of Coal Mining in Witbank, Mpumalanga Province of South Africa Journal of Reviews on Global Economics, 2019, Vol. 8 1587 environmental and health impacts due to mining.

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Coal mining impacts on catchment runoff - ScienceDirect

The effects of coal mining on runoff are further estimated using SIMHYD-PML hydrological model that fully considers vegetation dynamics. Its simulation results show that from 1998 to 2017 coal mining reduced the total surface runoff by 29.35% for Wangdaohengta sub-catchment, by 55.41% for Shenmu sub-catchment, and by 49.44% the entire Kuye ...

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Detecting surface subsidence in coal mining area based on ...

2013-6-4  Coal is the primary energy resource in China. Thousands of underground coal mines are operating in China and cause severe land subsidence, leading to many environmental and engineering problems. Huainan (淮南) coal mine is the largest coal mining area in East China. Surface subsidence associated with Huainan coal mining activities has been monitoring by DInSAR (differential synthetic ...

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International Journal of Mining Science and Technology ...

International Journal of Mining Science and Technology is a bimonthly English-language journal. It was founded in 1990 and was originally the Journal of China University of Mining and Technology.This journal publishes original and innovative research papers and high-quality reviews covering the

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Research on microseismic activity rules in Sanhejian Coal

2008-8-7  By the microseismic (MS) monitoring system of Sanhejian Coal Mine, the detail MS activity rules in the entire mining process of 9202 strong rockburst working face were studied, following main conclusions were obtained. (1) The strong correlation between MS activity and the region stress gradient was revealed. The higher the region stress gradient, the stronger the MS signal is, and the ...

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Australian mining - Australasian Mine Safety Journal

2019-4-4  Mining is a significant and important part of Australia’s economy. The Australian mining industry origins stem back to the early days of Australia’s settlement when first settlers identified sources of coal in 1797 near Newcastle New South Wales (Nobby’s Head).Coal

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Journal of Mining Science Home

2021-5-1  Journal of Mining Science is a peer reviewed journal. We use a double blind peer review format. Our team of reviewers includes over 140 experts, both internal and external (60%), from 13 countries. The average period from submission to first decision in 2019 was 45 days, and that from first decision to acceptance was 90 days. The rejection rate ...

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Research on water pollution induced by coal mining ...

2002-1-1  Abstract. Water environment problems induced by mining were studied. Influences of coal mining on runoff of rivers and on water sources were discussed. And the forming mechanism of acid water was analysed. The result shows that the mining activity is gradually changing the co-environment of adjacent areas, especially the water.

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Impact of coal mining on mine water quality SpringerLink

The coal mining industry has to dispose of millions of litres of water every day. This water forms main source of various water supplies in the thickly populated coalfields. In this study, water samples from major coalfields were collected and analysed in an attempt to reflect the impact of mining on water quality in these areas. Various physico-chemical characteristics of mine waters as ...

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Safety Measurements and Risk Assessment of Coal Mining ...

Safety is a legal requirement of mining industry. Effective safety measurements and risk management can serve the mine administration to lessen the dangers recognized in the mine. Autonomous technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) models have been integrated with the mining industry to ensure a safe working environment since a decade ago in the form of ...

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Women in coal mining (Journal Article) OSTI.GOV

2021-10-27  @article{osti_6143790, title = {Women in coal mining}, author = {Cooley, F}, abstractNote = {This paper presents views of a female mine engineer with regard to acceptance of women into America's coal industry. Topics include how attitude toward women in mining has greatly changed, how female miners eroded the ''macho'' image, and how unbalanced media coverage slowed acceptance.

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Research on the Damping Performance of Mining Highly ...

2021-8-31  Coal has always been the main source of energy in the development of China, accounting for approximately 70% of the primary energy mix [1-4]. The development of industry depends on the supply of energy, therefore coal as a major energy source must strengthen the safety investment in the coal industry to ensure its long-term stable, healthy and sustainable development [5, 6].

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Impact of coal mining on mine water quality SpringerLink

The coal mining industry has to dispose of millions of litres of water every day. This water forms main source of various water supplies in the thickly populated coalfields. In this study, water samples from major coalfields were collected and analysed in an attempt to reflect the impact of mining on water quality in these areas. Various physico-chemical characteristics of mine waters as ...

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Impact of coal mining on stream biodiversity in the US and ...

2018-4-18  Coal mining is a major cause of land-use change in the US, and according to the Energy Information Administration it is expected to remain a key part of the national electricity portfolio until at ...

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Research on water pollution induced by coal mining ...

2002-1-1  Abstract. Water environment problems induced by mining were studied. Influences of coal mining on runoff of rivers and on water sources were discussed. And the forming mechanism of acid water was analysed. The result shows that the mining activity is gradually changing the co-environment of adjacent areas, especially the water.

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Journal of Mining Science Home

2021-5-1  Journal of Mining Science is a peer reviewed journal. We use a double blind peer review format. Our team of reviewers includes over 140 experts, both internal and external (60%), from 13 countries. The average period from submission to first decision in 2019 was 45 days, and that from first decision to acceptance was 90 days. The rejection rate ...

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Australian mining - Australasian Mine Safety Journal

2019-4-4  Mining is a significant and important part of Australia’s economy. The Australian mining industry origins stem back to the early days of Australia’s settlement when first settlers identified sources of coal in 1797 near Newcastle New South Wales (Nobby’s Head).Coal

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Optimization of Barrier Pillar Design in Longwall Mining ...

2 天前  Research Article Optimization of Barrier Pillar Design in Longwall Mining with Top Coal Caving in Spontaneous Combustion Coal Seam Qiang Fu ,1,2 Ke Yang ,1,3 Qinjie Liu,1,2 Shuai Liu,1,2 Xiang He ,1,2 and Xin Lyu 1,2 1State Key Laboratory of Mining Response and Disaster Prevention and Control in Deep Coal Mines, Anhui University of Science and Technology, Huainan 232001, China

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New coal mining on Svalbard? Polarjournal

2020-12-16  Coal mining on Svalbard was the only profitable resource extraction for decades. Longyearbyen was founded as a mining town in 1904 by James Munroe Longyear. In the course of time, the then Soviet Union also settled in Barentsburg and Pyramiden and mined coal

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ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON THE

2017-3-23  International Journal of Environment and Pollution Research Vol.5, No.1, pp.8-23, March 2017 ___Published by European Centre for Research Training and Development UK (eajournals) 9 ISSN 2056-7537(print), ISSN 2056-7545(online) coal mining differs from region to region (Turbak, et al 1979). Most of the coal mines which

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How to turn a coal mine into a gold mine - Mining Journal

2021-10-4  How to turn a coal mine into a gold mine It’s not every day that a coal mine can be called a gold mine, but that’s the case with a new Indian-controlled coal mine nearing completion in Australia.

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