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An overview of data collection and analysis methods for calculating the volume of mine materials /
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An overview of data collection and analysis methods for calculating the volume of mine materials /

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Series: Technical note (United States. Bureau of Land Management) ; 448.

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Denver, Colo. :U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, National Operations Center,2016.

Subjects

Abandoned mines , Analysis , Bureau of Land Management , Data processing , Measurement , Methodology , Mines and mineral resources , United States , Waste disposal

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.154540

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An overview of data collection and analysis methods for calculating the volume of mine materials /

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Series: Technical note (United States. Bureau of Land Management) ; 448.

By

Frels, Jason.

United States. Bureau of Land Management.
National Operations Center (U.S.)
National Operations Center (U.S.). Information and Publishing Services Section.

Genre

Book

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Published material

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Denver, Colo. :U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, National Operations Center,2016.

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Contents: Introduction. | Data collection phase. | Data collection methods for deposits. | Data collection methods for pits. | Data analysis phase. | Why are volume calculations necessary? -- | Volume calculations : an overview -- | Geometric object concept -- | Data collection methods -- | Surface plane measurements : global positioning system ; laser scanning ; photogrammetry ; analog measurements -- | Subsurface plane measurements : intrusive methods ; non-intrusive methods -- | Subsurface plane measurements : global positioning system ; laser scanning ; photogrammetry ; analog measurements -- | Surface plane measurements : preexisting data ; aerial photography ; 'flat cap' ; landscape interpolation -- | Data collection method comparisons -- | Data preparation -- | Data analysis methods : digital terrain model software ; average end area ; geometric calculations (paper/pencil) -- | Active mine monitoring application -- | Glossary -- | References.

This tech note primarily provides an overview of data collection methods for calculating the volumes of surface mineral material remaining at abandoned mine land sites or the volumes of material removed from gravel or sand sites. The goal of this tech note is to assist BLM field staff in (1) understanding the available data collection methods and (2) determining the most appropriate data collection method for their project. Each data collection method is rated qualitatively based on the following criteria: applicability, level of effort, reliability, and others. The data analysis methods highlighted in this tech note include digital terrain model software, average end area, and geometric calculations.

"June 2016."

"BLM/OC/ST-16/001+3720."

"Production services provided by the Bureau of Land Management National Operations Center's Information and Publishing Services Section in Denver, Colorado"--Page 2 of cover.

Subjects

Abandoned mines , Analysis , Bureau of Land Management , Data processing , Measurement , Methodology , Mines and mineral resources , United States , Waste disposal

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QL84.2 .L35 no.448

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English

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OCLC: 1030979316

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.154540

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