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A study to determine research and development needs in Western mining.
NTIS: PB/264-429 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries, 1976; :1-112
The objective of this study was to identify research and development needs for advancing mining technology as well as health and safety measures for western U.S. surface and underground mining. An overall summary of the individual reports of eight workshops attended by producers of trona, uranium, open pit copper, underground salt (from Midwest and New York), underground metal and nonmetal, etc., is presented. In addition to problems, future priorities, funding, and the decision as to who should be the prime mover on research and development are discussed.
Mining; Environmental technology; Mining engineering; Surface mining; Underground mines; Underground mining; Workshops; Uranium; Uranium mining; Metal mining; Nonmetal mining; Open pit mining; Copper
7440-61-1; 7440-50-8; 15243-87-5
CP; Final Contract Report
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB/264-429 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
University of Utah
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