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Mine Hydrogeology and Indian Case Studies

  • Pradipta Kumar Deb
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Water Science and Technology book series (BRIEFSWATER)

Abstract

Mine hydrogeology deals with the hydrogeological study of a mine, opencast or underground, in order to fulfill various requirements of the mine. Generally, following three requirements arise: (a) to augment water supply to the mines, colonies and process plants, (b) to assess the dimension of ground water seepage in the mine/s and preparation of dewatering plan and (c) to assess both quantitative and qualitative impact of mining on groundwater regime of the area.

Keywords

Ground Water Ground Water Flow Groundwater Seepage Hydrogeological Study Open Cast Mine 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.MGMIKolkataIndia

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