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Appendix C: Committee on Seismic Signals from Mining

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Committee on Seismic Signals from Mining Activities." National Research Council. 1998. Seismic Signals from Mining Operations and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Comments on a Draft Report by a Department of Energy Working Group. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/6226. ×

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Background review Subsidence from coal mining activities

comparatively earlier stage. While there are subsidence risks associated with mining voids that are the result of historical mining activities, these are not the subject of this review. Longwall mining and subsidence In longwall mining, large rectangular panels of coal are extracted at depth. Strips of coal,

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APPENDIX 6 EXPERT ADVICES ON GROUNDWATER AND

These documents provide information relating to the proposed mining operations, design and development of a regional groundwater flow model, simulation of mining operations and quantification of groundwater related impacts. Since the model is the platform from which Appendix B (SCT, Update of subsidence assessment)

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SOUTH BATES UNDERGROUND MINE EXTRACTION PLAN

Appendix H Subsidence Monitoring Program Appendix I Rehabilitation Management Plan • Rehabilitation as described in the Mining Operations Plan. Section 3.3 and Appendix C. • Notification to agistees of areas of longwall mining and active subsidence, and exclusion of agistment grazing from areas

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APPENDIX C COAL AUTHORITY MINING REPORT

Coal mining subsidence In the unlikely event of any coal mining related subsidence damage, the Coal Authority or the mine operator has a duty to take remedial action in respect of subsidence caused by the withdrawal of support from land or property in connection with lawful coal mining operations.

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Internal Revenue Service

Mining operations generally progress through four stages: (1) exploration, or the work involved in assessing the size, shape, location, and economic value of the deposit; (2) development, or the work of preparing access to the deposit so that the minerals can be

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Illawarra Coal documents

Appendix C Longwalls 705-710 Effects of Mine Subsidence on Aquatic Habitat and Biota 13 July 2017 2 MB Open; Appendix B Longwalls 705-710 Assessment of Surface Water Flow and Quality Effects 13 July 2017 3 MB Open

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Impacts of Underground Coal Mining on Natural Features in

2.5 Coal Mining Operations 29 2.5.1 Historic Mining 29 2.5.2 Current Mining 30 APPENDIX B: SUBSIDENCE PREDICTION TECHNIQUES 142 B1.1 Empirical Methods 142 B1.3 Hybrid Methods 144 APPENDIX C: SUBSURFACE SUBSIDENCE PREDICTION 145 C.1.1 PREDICTION METHODOLOGY 145 C.1.2 PREDICTION ACCURACY 145 APPENDIX D:

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Appendix I1 Subsidence Prediction Report Rev G

Surface Subsidence Prediction for the Red Hill Mine (RHM) Date: September 2011 Project No: 01024 Report No: IMC01384 Prepared by: C. Hanson IMC Mining Group Pty Ltd Level 40, Riverside Centre 123 Eagle Street GPO Box 2579 BRISBANE QLD 4000 Tel. +61 7 3226 9100 Fax. +61 7 3226 9101

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10. SUBSIDENCE PREDICTIONS AND IMPACTS ON ECOLOGY

The Ecology Lab undertook an assessment of the potential subsidence impacts of proposed mining of Longwalls 705 to 710 on aquatic ecology (refer Appendix C). The following summaries are taken from these reports attached as Appendicis C and D. 10.1. PREDICTED IMPACTS OF MINING INDUCED SUBSIDENCE ON TERRESTRIAL FLORA AND FAUNA

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APPENDIX J. MITIGATION AND MONITORING PLAN

• Subsidence management plan (appendix to GPO; also updated in May 2018 in response to the Geology and Subsidence Workgroup [Tshishens 2018a]) (ROD) and final mining plan of operations. As these measures are considered part of the proposed project, they are not reiterated in this appendix. Mitigation and Monitoring Measures Considered in

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Illawarra Coal documents

Appendix C Longwalls 705-710 Effects of Mine Subsidence on Aquatic Habitat and Biota 13 July 2017 2 MB Open; Appendix B Longwalls 705-710 Assessment of Surface Water Flow and Quality Effects 13 July 2017 3 MB Open

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SUBSIDENCE MONITORING PROGRAM

4.3 mine infrastructure 13 4.4 garrawarra centre complex 13 4.5 items of archaeological significance 14 4.5.1 aboriginal heritage sites 14 4.5.2 local heritage sites 14 4.6 permanent survey control marks 14 5 revised subsidence parameters and subsidence impacts due to longwalls 301-303 extraction 14

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APPENDIX C COAL AUTHORITY MINING REPORT

Coal mining subsidence In the unlikely event of any coal mining related subsidence damage, the Coal Authority or the mine operator has a duty to take remedial action in respect of subsidence caused by the withdrawal of support from land or property in connection with lawful coal mining operations.

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KGS--Bulletin 214--Land Subsidence, Salt Dissolution--Contents

Jul 24, 2009Information, shaft and mine deterioration, Little River Salt Mine shaft. Volumetric data, Little River Mine. Application to Crystal Mine, Kanopolis, Ellsworth County. Part III: Land Subsidence Areas Associated with Oil and Gas Operations in Kansas. General Statements. Land subsidence: a rare event. Similarity to subsidence areas due to salt mining

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Subsidence from Underground Mining: Environmental

phasis is on coal mining. The time to plan for subsidence impacts is well before mining begins, not after surface effects are noticed. Because subsidence due to underground mining may be inevitable, the relevant questions to be asked are how much, when, and where, and what abatement procedures are possible and might be necessary.

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COMPLIANCE AUDIT PROGRAM SUBSIDENCE

Assess the operational performance of the mining operations in relation to subsidence management and the ability of the titleholder and/or operator to implement adaptive management and controls to provide for sustainable management of the operations. 1.3. Audit scope The scope of the audit included:

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Impacts of Underground Coal Mining on Natural Features in

2.5 Coal Mining Operations 29 2.5.1 Historic Mining 29 2.5.2 Current Mining 30 APPENDIX B: SUBSIDENCE PREDICTION TECHNIQUES 142 B1.1 Empirical Methods 142 B1.3 Hybrid Methods 144 APPENDIX C: SUBSURFACE SUBSIDENCE PREDICTION 145 C.1.1 PREDICTION METHODOLOGY 145 C.1.2 PREDICTION ACCURACY 145 APPENDIX D:

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10. SUBSIDENCE PREDICTIONS AND IMPACTS ON ECOLOGY

The Ecology Lab undertook an assessment of the potential subsidence impacts of proposed mining of Longwalls 705 to 710 on aquatic ecology (refer Appendix C). The following summaries are taken from these reports attached as Appendicis C and D. 10.1. PREDICTED IMPACTS OF MINING INDUCED SUBSIDENCE ON TERRESTRIAL FLORA AND FAUNA

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POJEC CHINA ONE eisdocs.dsdip.qld.gov.au

Ref: Appendix B Draft Subsidence Management Plan 24.03.15.doc HANSEN BAILEY 3 OVERVIEW OF PROJECT CHINA STONE The project involves the construction and operation of a large-scale coal mine on a greenfield site in Central Queensland. The project site (the area that will ultimately form the Project China Stone

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Empirical investigation and characterization of surface

Jul 01, 2013The caving angle referred to by Laubscher is defined by Van As et al. as the angle of the line extending from the edge of the extraction level to the edge of the zone of active caving ().The caved zone is usually located directly above the undercut footprint and thus is characterized as having the greatest surface disturbance, usually manifested as a crater filled

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APPENDIXC Microsoft

Mining at the Metropolitan Colliery commenced in the 1880s. Modern longwall mining of the Bulli Seam commenced in 1995 with some 15 longwall panels having been completed to date. Coal extracted from the underground mining operations is conveyed to the coal processing and rail loading facilities at the pit top in Helensburgh.

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View Document Unofficial Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes

Bituminous Mine Subsidence and Land Conservation Act (RefsAnnos) 52 P.S. § 1406.14 point type that he knows that he may not be obtaining the right of protection against subsidence resulting from coal mining operations and that the purchased property may be protected from damage due to mine subsidence by a private contract with the

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Appendix C: Mine Inspection Checklist The Strip Mining

Mining operation cannot jeopardize endangered or threatened species or bald and golden eagles. 30 C.F.R. § 816.97(c). Operator must promptly report finding of such species. 30 C.F.R. § 816.97(c). Are any permit conditions which were imposed on the operation as necessary to protect endangered species being complied with?

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Impacts of Underground Coal Mining on Natural Features in

2.5 Coal Mining Operations 29 2.5.1 Historic Mining 29 2.5.2 Current Mining 30 APPENDIX B: SUBSIDENCE PREDICTION TECHNIQUES 142 B1.1 Empirical Methods 142 B1.3 Hybrid Methods 144 APPENDIX C: SUBSURFACE SUBSIDENCE PREDICTION 145 C.1.1 PREDICTION METHODOLOGY 145 C.1.2 PREDICTION ACCURACY 145 APPENDIX D:

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COMPLIANCE AUDIT PROGRAM SUBSIDENCE

Assess the operational performance of the mining operations in relation to subsidence management and the ability of the titleholder and/or operator to implement adaptive management and controls to provide for sustainable management of the operations. 1.3. Audit scope The scope of the audit included:

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Abel Mine Risk Assessment Donaldson coal mine

Abel Underground Mine Subsidence Management Plan Area 2 Risk Assessment Final Report January 2011 HMS973 Client: Mr Tony Sutherland Technical Services Manager- Underground Operations, Donaldson Coal Pty. Ltd. Authors: Mr Jarrod Smith Consultant, HMS Consultants Australia Pty. Ltd.

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APPENDIXC Microsoft

Mining at the Metropolitan Colliery commenced in the 1880s. Modern longwall mining of the Bulli Seam commenced in 1995 with some 15 longwall panels having been completed to date. Coal extracted from the underground mining operations is conveyed to the coal processing and rail loading facilities at the pit top in Helensburgh.

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Appendix C: Mine Inspection Checklist The Strip Mining

Mining operation cannot jeopardize endangered or threatened species or bald and golden eagles. 30 C.F.R. § 816.97(c). Operator must promptly report finding of such species. 30 C.F.R. § 816.97(c). Are any permit conditions which were imposed on the operation as necessary to protect endangered species being complied with?

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Clarence SMP 2010

The aim of the SMP Risk Assessment was to assess the risks/hazards from subsidence caused by RUM’s proposed mining operations. It also provides a forum for identifying issues requiring consideration as part of the SMP application. The proposed underground mining system at RUM involves longwall mining methods.

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View Document Unofficial Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes

Bituminous Mine Subsidence and Land Conservation Act (RefsAnnos) 52 P.S. § 1406.14 point type that he knows that he may not be obtaining the right of protection against subsidence resulting from coal mining operations and that the purchased property may be protected from damage due to mine subsidence by a private contract with the

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Subsidence Information for Homeowners

Specific mine subsidence information can be found in several publications listed in Appendix C. These books and maps provide technical information on subsidence and specific data for Colorado. Technical and geological terms found in this report and commonly found in subsidence investigations are defined in the glossary, Appendix D.

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Mining Operations Plan

This Mining Operations Plan (MOP) outlines the proposed operations at Springvale as approved by Development Consent SSD-5594 (as modified) under the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (EP&A Act) and two Commonwealth approvals (EPBC 2011/5949 and EPBC

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Empirical investigation and characterization of surface

Jul 01, 2013The caving angle referred to by Laubscher is defined by Van As et al. as the angle of the line extending from the edge of the extraction level to the edge of the zone of active caving ().The caved zone is usually located directly above the undercut footprint and thus is characterized as having the greatest surface disturbance, usually manifested as a crater filled

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180712 Appendix C Key Components of the Bylong Coal

mining period. The 23 year operational per iod includes open cut mining for 8 years and underground mining for 19 years, with concurrent operations for 4 years. A reduction of 1 year of open cut mining (7 years) with no change to overall mine life. No change to construction, or underground mining operations Mining and Reserves

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MINE SUBSIDENCE MAHONING VALLEY KB Home

APPENDIX A APPENDIX B. APPENDIX C .. mining operations in the late 18001 s. A study of the Mahoning Valley coal field (Trumbull and Mahoning Counties) was made to determine the causes of mine subsidence, an increasing problem that has plagued the area since 1977. Coal mining thrived in

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Appendix M Idemitsu

The proposal seeks to resolve issues of subsidence . and spontaneous combustion by mining through . these areas, removing coal prone to spontaneous combustion and using overburden to fill voids Production rates will be unchanged from recent . maximum production of up to 1.8-2.0 Mtpa The proposed extension commences at the edge of

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25 Pa. Code Chapter 89. Underground Mining Of Coal And

A. EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL 89.1 B. OPERATIONS 89.31 C. RECLAMATION 89.71 D. STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS FOR IMPOUNDMENTS 89.101 E. PRIME FARMLANDS 89.121 F. SUBSIDENCE CONTROL AND WATER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT 89.141 G. IN SITU PROCESSING 89.161 H. COAL PREPARATION

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