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Mining in the Arctic

International Symposium on Mining in the Arctic (1st 1989 Fairbanks, Alaska)

Mining in the Arctic

proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Mining in the Arctic/Fairbanks/17-19 July 1989

by International Symposium on Mining in the Arctic (1st 1989 Fairbanks, Alaska)

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Published by A. A. Balkema in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Brookfield, VT .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arctic regions
    • Subjects:
    • Mining engineering -- Arctic regions -- Congresses,
    • Mining engineering -- Cold weather conditions -- Congresses,
    • Frozen ground -- Congresses

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Sukumar Bandopadhyay & Frank J. Skudrzyk.
      ContributionsBandopadhyay, Sukumar., Skudrzyk, Frank J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS (UTILITY LOAD)
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 244 p. :
      Number of Pages244
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1954130M
      ISBN 109061918995
      LC Control Number90181713

      As opposed to Longyearbyen and Ny-Ålesund, mining was done on a large scale in Sveagruva in Van Mijenfjord until Svea Nord was the most productive mine ever in the mining history of Spitsbergen. It was run by the Norwegian state-ownd SNSK, where they claim to have run a profitable mining business in the years following In , a. In , the Russian Arctic Coal Company decided to end more than 50 years of continuous activity in Pyramiden, in the High Arctic archipelago of Norwegian Svalbard. The remarkably abrupt abandonment left behind a mining town devoid of humans, but it was still filled with items constituting a modern industrial settlement. Today, the well-equipped Pyramiden survives as a .

      In , the Russian Arctic Coal Company decided to end more than 50 years of continuous activity in Pyramiden, in the High Arctic archipelago of Norwegian Svalbard. The remarkably abrupt abandonment left behind a mining town devoid of humans, but it was still filled with items constituting a modern industrial by: The Diavik diamond mine, shown here in February , is located on a small island in Lac de Gras, approximately km northeast of Yellowknife and km south of the Arctic Circle, in a remote region of Canada’s Northwest Territories. Photo courtesy of Diavik Diamond Mine. The Diavik mine, located in the Archean-age Slave geologic province.

        In the s, the book Mineral Resources of the Sea predicted nearly limitless amounts of rare earth elements, forecasting a mining boom that would enrich nations and lead to rapid advancements in. The proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Mining in the Arctic, held in Greenland in The papers cover a wide variety of topics, including: mining exploration and exploitation; mining engineering and mine design; environmental impact of mining in the Arctic; and more.


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The range of some sub-Arctic fish stocks is likely to extend into Arctic areas due to climate change, and decreasing ice-cover will likely lead to more fishing activity.

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This book focus on the connections between mining activities, knowledge politics and the valuation of landscape in selected case sites in Russia, Greenland and Norway.

In our opinion, it fills a lacuna in the academic literature on mining activities in the north with its specific focus on the interrelated aspects of industrialized development Cited by: 1. Arctic Coal Company was a coal mining company that operated mines at Longyearbyen (then Longyear City) in Svalbard, Norway, between and The American industrialist John Munro Longyear visited Spitsbergen as a tourist inwhere he met with an expedition prospecting for coal.

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