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MINE CLOSURE 2018: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 12TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MINE CLOSURE, 3-7 SEPTEMBER 2018, LEIPZIG, GERMANY
Drebenstedt, C., F. von Bismarck, A. Fourie, and M. Tibbett (eds).
Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany. 779 pp, 2018

Reclamation of mining sites is an interdisciplinary topic that deals with technical questions about soil, water resources, vegetation and wildlife, handling of contamination and brownfields, geotechnical safety, and geochemical processes in tipping, heaps, and tailings ponds. Specific features of legal, financial, and organizational issues are also recognized. The proceedings of this conference provide an overview of the complex interrelations and specific recultivation issues that attend the process of mine closure. http://mineclosure2018.com/proceedings/



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