The hardrock minerals industry and the landscape architect
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The landscape architecture profession is a source of creative thinking and planning which is relatively untapped within the mining industry in the United States of America. The landscape architect has been active in European operations for years as indicated by the four examples presented. The landscape architect can provide an important interface with mine design and engineering and environmental affairs. To initiate this interface within the United States, and increase its effectiveness, six objectives are presented and discussed.
KeywordsUnited States Geochemistry Mineral Industry Creative Thinking Landscape Architect
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