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Life of Mine Conference 2023

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Life of Mine Conference 2023

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AusIMM in collaboration with The University of Queensland’s Sustainable Minerals Institute’s Centre for Water in the Minerals Industry (CWiMI) were pleased to welcome delegates back to the biggest Life of Mine Conference to date.

This outstanding technical conference welcomed just shy of 400 delegates from around the world, allowing them to connect and address the current and future challenges impacting the mining value chain, including leading examples of sustainability in mining, and the latest innovations from leading exhibitors.

Papers in collection

  • From ‘closing a mine’ to ‘transitioning a community’ – evolving from specific post-mining land-uses to a holistic post-mining vision Go to Paper
  • The perfect storm – mine closure in the Latrobe Valley Victoria Go to Paper
  • Shifting post-mining land use planning from mine site to regional scale Go to Paper
  • The Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority – reducing risk for Victoria Go to Paper
  • Queensland’s open cut coalmine void rehabilitation planning practices – challenges and opportunities Go to Paper
  • The role of the regulator in promoting a highly reliable mining industry Go to Paper
  • Economic analyses (EA) and life cycle assessment (LCA) on repurposing of mine waste via geopolymerisation technology Go to Paper
  • Exploring the applicability of responsible research and innovation for mine transitions Go to Paper
  • Cobalt, copper tailings and the circular economy – a case study from the Capricorn Copper Mine, north-west Queensland minerals province Go to Paper
  • High-resolution erosion modelling using the RUSLE – an application to open cut coalmine operations Go to Paper
  • Polymer-amended tailings dewatering technology for desired closure outcomes Go to Paper
  • Eight years of ACARP research on rehabilitation of challenging mine sites – practical application in the era PCRPs Go to Paper
  • The role of scale in prediction of mine drainage chemistry Go to Paper
  • Traceability of native seed for mine rehabilitation Go to Paper
  • Contour drains and benches – are they an effective long-term run-offand sediment control method? Go to Paper
  • Diavik Diamond Mine north country rock pile – an example of integrated mine planning for successful progressive reclamation Go to Paper
  • Assessing the effectiveness of erosion predictions from a landform evolution model with field observations from a rehabilitated landform Go to Paper
  • Alternative mineral processing strategies for copper-gold tailings management Go to Paper
  • Quantifying the influence of weathering on erosion and degradation of post mining landforms Go to Paper
  • Risks beyond relinquishment – quantifying post-relinquishment management and maintenance costs Go to Paper
  • Whole of mine planning – Evolution Mount Rawdon case study Go to Paper
  • Design and calibration of a climate resilient Type B (adapted) sediment basin at the Dugald River Mine in the north-west Queensland minerals province Go to Paper
  • Management of riverine disposal of tailings and waste rock for AMD control at the Ok Tedi copper-gold mine Go to Paper
  • Moving beyond Net Present Value project evaluation to achieve Environmental, Social and Governance goals for mine operations and closure Go to Paper
  • Above and beyond NPV – determining the life-of-mine from an economic perspective Go to Paper
  • Incorporating the true costs and opportunities of rehabilitation and closure in project selection, design and approvals Go to Paper
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  • Published: 2023
  • Pages: 165
  • PDF Size: 22.999 Mb.
  • Unique ID: PA-201802-202311221337148642
  • ISBN no: 978-1-922395-16-0

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