The 2021 on-demand presentations are now available
Due to the number of high-quality abstracts received, we are excited to feature an on demand program that will run alongside the event in addition to the live conference sessions.
This suite of 11 on demand technical presentations will be available to watch anytime during the event and indefinitely after the conference concludes via the hybrid conference platform.
Presentation themes include: achieving better environmental performance through integrated mine planning, incorporating societal and community dimensions into design, operation and rehabilitation, strategies and planning for improving rehabilitation and closure outcomes and more. The full list of on-demand presentations are listed below.
|Achieving better environmental performance through integrated mine planning||Integration of mine water management meeting progressive rehabilitation requirements||Mr. Henning Boshoff||Cardno|
|Achieving better environmental performance through integrated mine planning||Integrating water planning at each step of the mine planning process||Ms Ainsley Ferrier||Deswik|
|Achieving better environmental performance through integrated mine planning||Using Design of Experiments to Improve Strategic Mine Planning||Ranajit Das|
|Application of technologies to extend mine life and deliver beneficial and sustainable mine outcomes||Improving, sustaining, and forecasting performance for the life of mine||Thomas Farmer||Hatch|
|Practical methodologies and applications resulting in successful closure outcomes||Tailings dams: using landscape evolution models to assess their long-term containment potential||Associate Professor Greg Hancock||The University of Newcastle|
|Practical methodologies and applications resulting in successful closure outcomes||Water management strategy of an overburden dump||Mr Andrew Mclellan||ERM|
|Strategies and planning for improving rehabilitation and closure outcomes||Waste rock cover design – sensitivity study||Dr Katarina David||Egi And UNSW|
|Strategies and planning for improving rehabilitation and closure outcomes||Soil Cover Guideline to Mitigate Seepage Impacts from Coal Residue Facilities in Semi-Arid South African||Mr Albert Van Zyl||Terrasim Cc|