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27 March 2017 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
First published in the March 2017 issue of Quarry Management A new and cost-effective site-assessment tool for the quarrying industry By Dave J.R. Morgan1, Michael G. Raines1, Stephen Thorpe1,...
27 March 2017 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
First published in the March 2017 issue of Quarry Management The extractive industry is as safe as it has ever been, yet with the global construction market set to grow by around 70% in the next...
27 March 2017 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
First published in the March 2017 issue of Quarry Management Maptek I-Site Studio software contributes to workflow for analysing slope failure in weathered rock at a quarry in New Zealand In May...
27 March 2017 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
First published in the March 2017 issue of Quarry Management as Clear Lines of Flight Building the future of quarry monitoring – using drones to boost site safety and survey efficiency In...
21 April 2015 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
First published in the April 2015 issue of Quarry Management An examination of quarry surveying techniques and technologies – past, present and future, highlighting some of the global...
Tagged in: Geodime
21 April 2015 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
First published in the April 2015 issue of Quarry Management The beneficial impacts of modern point-cloud survey techniques on geotechnical assessments are brought into focus using a...
Tagged in: QuarryDesign
21 April 2015 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
First published in the April 2015 issue of Quarry Management Accurate structural data collection for use in quarry slope design By M.C. Brown and D.K. Llewelyn, SRK Consulting (UK) Ltd All...
Tagged in: SRK Consulting
The need for thorough ground investigationBy K.H. Nicholls, Geotechnics LtdCurrent best practice in the quarrying industry is conducted in accordance with the Quarry Regulations 1999, which require...
23 March 2011 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
Characterizing sand and gravel deposits in three dimensionsBy Jonathan Chambers, British Geological SurveyHigh-quality site investigation information is an essential prerequisite for accurate reserve...
23 March 2011 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
Geological and geotechnical mapping and analysis using long-range high-density LiDAR surveying equipment By A.P. Wilkinson, QuarryDesign LtdThe Quarry Regulations 1999 state that all excavations and...
22 November 2010 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
Rock and soil slope stabilization and protectionBy David Gibson, business development manager, BAM RitchiesThe safety of people, infrastructure and facilities below slopes is important. Technology...
22 November 2010 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
Does your geotechnical assessment really provide the right information?By Stephen Beauchamp, geotechnical specialist, The Mineral Planning Group (MPG)The short answer to the above question is:...
22 November 2010 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
Meeting the safety objectives of the Regulator while satisfying the excavation objectives of the operatorBy G. D. Matheson, Matrock Consulting Ltd, and B. Duthie, Key GeoSolutions LtdQuarry design...
02 August 2004 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
A tool to assist the management of geotechnical risk in quarry excavations It is crucial to the safe and economic operation of a quarry to be able to quantify the risks presented to quarry personnel...
Tagged in: SRKBarges
01 August 2003 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
Prevention — much better than cureWhen it comes to a quarry manager’s list of worst nightmares, few things rank higher than an uncontrolled rockfall. The potential risk to personnel and plant makes...
Tagged in: Carl BroBJD

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