By Pradipta Kumar Deb
An creation to Mine Hydrogeology briefly describes the topic of hydrogeology in order that this data may be built-in into mine improvement making plans. It emphasizes not just the hydrochemical but additionally the actual affects of the hydrogeological atmosphere at the mine and its atmosphere. additional, it discusses the methodologies utilized in mine hydrogeological stories, showcased by way of chosen reviews on Indian mines.
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Worked as a Freelance Consultant and carried out geological projects like TinTantalum project in Chhattisgarh and ground water exploration projects including Lafarge India Ltd, Meghalaya (2000–2002). Worked as a Senior Engineering Geologist in Fugro-KND Geotech Ltd and carried out various geotechnical projects including NTPC and Tuticorin Port Trust and ground water pollution project at Rajasthan (1999–2000). Worked as Senior Consultant in GIEM (India) Consortium and attended to preparation of limestone exploration reports (1998–1999).
K. P (Phase I), Tata Steel Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India (2010) Environmental impact assessment guidance manual for mining of minerals Appendix 1 Geological Time Scale Group/Era System/Period Series/Epoch Age in years from present million (M) Cenozoic Quaternary Holocene/Recent Pliesto cene Pliocene Miocene Oligocene Eocene 25,000 years 1M 15 M 35 M 50 M 70 M 120 M 150 M 190 M 220 M 280 M 320 M 350 M 400 M 500 M 1,500 M 2,000 M Tertiary Mesozoic Paleozoic Proterozoic Azoic Cretaceous Jurassic Triassic Permian Carboniferous Devonian Silurian Ordovician Cambrian Pre cambrian Achaean P.
Identification of potential aquifers can be made from the borehole logs. Aquifers may be sand and sandstone, limestone or Karstic limestone, highly fractured hard rocks like crushed quartzites basalt or granites. Confining materials on top and bottom of the aquifers like clay or shale beds are to be identified which acts as a confining medium and makes the aquifer confined or artesian one. For a running open cast mine, some times mine gets flooded by inrush of ground water flow hindering mining operation.
An Introduction to Mine Hydrogeology by Pradipta Kumar Deb