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  • Ancient Mines - Ancient Trenches

    At Ngwenya, Middle Stone Age man tunnelled adits into the precipitous western face in search of iron pigments, the weathered ochreous forms of haematite (libomvu) near the surface, and the harder black glistening form of the ore called specularite (ludumare).

  • African Minerals and Geosciences Centre - African …

    The National Director of Mines of the Ministry of Mines of Guinea was the guest of honor in the officially closing ceremony of the training workshop on Geo-data Digitization Mapping of Development Minerals, which took place in Guinea 🇬🇳.

  • IOL Business Report - South Africa News | World …

    South Africa's Premier Online News Source. Discover the world of IOL, News South Africa, Sport, Business, Financial, World News, Entertainment, Technology, Motoring ...

  • Decommissioning Projects - South Africa - Uranium

    General People living next to Johannesburg tailings dumps suffer from respiratory ailments‚ NGO study finds Communities living in the shadows of Johannesburg's infamous mine dumps are at greater risk of respiratory illnesses than those residing in the city’s leafy northern suburbs‚ a new study by the Bench Marks Foundation has found. …

  • Uranium Mining Overview - World Nuclear Association

    Uranium mines operate in some 20 countries, though in 2017 some 53% of world production came from just ten mines in four countries (see Table 1), with these four countries providing 77% of the world's mined uranium.

  • The Mining Boom [ushistory.org]

    Bonanza. Bonanza! That was the exclamation when a large vein of valuable ore was discovered. Thousands of optimistic Americans and even a few foreigners dreamed of finding a bonanza and retiring at a very young age.

  • Chemicals - Hazards magazine

    Features . Level thinking What should you do at work when an occupational hygienist calls? Hazards cautions that safety reps should make sure anyone used to assess workplace risks and exposure levels has the right skills, the right brief and the right oversight.Hazards 136, October-December 2016. Come clean UK multinational …

  • Crowsnest Highway

    A page about Lethbridge, Alberta, describing the history of its industry and society, its layout, accommodations, tourist attractions and recreation

  • South-African-Mines - Mining Artifacts

    The Witwatersrand is in Gauteng Province, South Africa. Gauteng Province is the roughly the southern portion of what was previously the Transvaal, formerly an independent state settled by the Boers after the Great Trek. J. H. Davis, an Englishman, was reported to have found gold "in considerable quantities" in July 1852 at …

  • Mining - Wikipedia

    Mining in the Philippines began around 1000 BC. The early Filipinos worked various mines of gold, silver, copper and iron. Jewels, gold ingots, chains, calombigas and earrings were handed down from antiquity and inherited from their ancestors.

  • Coltan - Wikipedia

    Coltan (short for columbite–tantalites and known industrially as tantalite) is a dull black metallic ore, from which the elements niobium and tantalum are extracted. The niobium-dominant mineral in coltan is columbite (after niobium's original American name columbium), and the tantalum-dominant mineral is tantalite.. Tantalum from coltan is …

  • Ancient Mines - Ancient Trenches

    At Ngwenya, Middle Stone Age man tunnelled adits into the precipitous western face in search of iron pigments, the weathered ochreous forms of haematite (libomvu) near the surface, and the harder black glistening form of the ore called specularite (ludumare).

  • African Minerals and Geosciences Centre - African …

    The National Director of Mines of the Ministry of Mines of Guinea was the guest of honor in the officially closing ceremony of the training workshop on Geo-data Digitization Mapping of Development Minerals, which took place in Guinea 🇬🇳.

  • IOL Business Report - South Africa News | World …

    South Africa's Premier Online News Source. Discover the world of IOL, News South Africa, Sport, Business, Financial, World News, Entertainment, Technology, Motoring ...

  • Decommissioning Projects - South Africa - Uranium

    General People living next to Johannesburg tailings dumps suffer from respiratory ailments‚ NGO study finds Communities living in the shadows of Johannesburg's infamous mine dumps are at greater risk of respiratory illnesses than those residing in the city’s leafy northern suburbs‚ a new study by the Bench Marks Foundation has found. …

  • Uranium Mining Overview - World Nuclear Association

    Uranium mines operate in some 20 countries, though in 2017 some 53% of world production came from just ten mines in four countries (see Table 1), with these four countries providing 77% of the world's mined uranium.

  • The Mining Boom [ushistory.org]

    Bonanza. Bonanza! That was the exclamation when a large vein of valuable ore was discovered. Thousands of optimistic Americans and even a few foreigners dreamed of finding a bonanza and retiring at a very young age.

  • Chemicals - Hazards magazine

    Features . Level thinking What should you do at work when an occupational hygienist calls? Hazards cautions that safety reps should make sure anyone used to assess workplace risks and exposure levels has the right skills, the right brief and the right oversight.Hazards 136, October-December 2016. Come clean UK multinational …

  • South-African-Mines - Mining Artifacts

    The Witwatersrand is in Gauteng Province, South Africa. Gauteng Province is the roughly the southern portion of what was previously the Transvaal, formerly an independent state settled by the Boers after the Great Trek. J. H. Davis, an Englishman, was reported to have found gold "in considerable quantities" in July 1852 at …

  • Mining - Wikipedia

    Mining in the Philippines began around 1000 BC. The early Filipinos worked various mines of gold, silver, copper and iron. Jewels, gold ingots, chains, calombigas and earrings were handed down from antiquity and inherited from their ancestors.

  • Coltan - Wikipedia

    Coltan (short for columbite–tantalites and known industrially as tantalite) is a dull black metallic ore, from which the elements niobium and tantalum are extracted. The niobium-dominant mineral in coltan is columbite (after niobium's original American name columbium), and the tantalum-dominant mineral is tantalite.. Tantalum from coltan is …

  • Ancient Mines - Ancient Trenches

    At Ngwenya, Middle Stone Age man tunnelled adits into the precipitous western face in search of iron pigments, the weathered ochreous forms of haematite (libomvu) near the surface, and the harder black glistening form of the ore called specularite (ludumare).

  • African Minerals and Geosciences Centre - African …

    The National Director of Mines of the Ministry of Mines of Guinea was the guest of honor in the officially closing ceremony of the training workshop on Geo-data Digitization Mapping of Development Minerals, which took place in Guinea 🇬🇳.

  • IOL Business Report - South Africa News | World …

    South Africa's Premier Online News Source. Discover the world of IOL, News South Africa, Sport, Business, Financial, World News, Entertainment, Technology, Motoring ...

  • Decommissioning Projects - South Africa - Uranium

    General People living next to Johannesburg tailings dumps suffer from respiratory ailments‚ NGO study finds Communities living in the shadows of Johannesburg's infamous mine dumps are at greater risk of respiratory illnesses than those residing in the city’s leafy northern suburbs‚ a new study by the Bench Marks Foundation has found. …

  • Uranium Mining Overview - World Nuclear Association

    Uranium mines operate in some 20 countries, though in 2017 some 53% of world production came from just ten mines in four countries (see Table 1), with these four countries providing 77% of the world's mined uranium.

  • The Mining Boom [ushistory.org]

    Bonanza. Bonanza! That was the exclamation when a large vein of valuable ore was discovered. Thousands of optimistic Americans and even a few foreigners dreamed of finding a bonanza and retiring at a very young age.

  • Chemicals - Hazards magazine

    Features . Level thinking What should you do at work when an occupational hygienist calls? Hazards cautions that safety reps should make sure anyone used to assess workplace risks and exposure levels has the right skills, the right brief and the right oversight.Hazards 136, October-December 2016. Come clean UK multinational …

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