Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2381/9107
Title: Sand & Gravel Aggregate Deposits: Improved Characterisation Technology (ADICT)
Authors: Jeffrey, C.A.
McKee, Gavin
Bailey, Ed
First Published: Mar-2004
Publisher: Mineral Industry Research Organisation
Citation: Mineral Industry Sustainable Technology Programme (MIST), Final Reports, 2002-2004, Impact Mitigation and Management, pp. 51-54, MA/3/2/002.
Abstract: The primary objective of the ADICT project is to reduce waste production from quarrying operations by minimising the errors involved in resource evaluation. The project focuses on a pilot best practice evaluation of drilling techniques and statistical analysis for different types of sand and gravel deposits.
Series/Report no.: MA/3/2/002
ISBN: 1872440312
Links: http://www.sustainableaggregates.com/docs/theme2/miro_ma_3_2_002.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/2381/9107
Type: Report
Description: This report was published as Mineral Industry Sustainable Technology Programme (MIST), Final Reports, 2002-2004, Impact Mitigation and Management, pp. 51-54, MA/3/2/002. It is available from http://www.sustainableaggregates.com/docs/theme2/miro_ma_3_2_002.pdf
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