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Review of waste rock sampling techniques

Senes Consultants Limited.

Review of waste rock sampling techniques

by Senes Consultants Limited.

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Published by Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology = Centre canadien de la technologie des minéraux et de l"énergie in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waste rock dumps -- Sampling.

  • About the Edition

    The many techniques used for sampling waste rock were reviewed. The first section of the report presented a literature review of the various waste rock sampling techniques. The second section offers suggestions on what methodologies to use during the development of a mine. The final section described the sampling techniques used to assess acid rock drainage potential at La Mine Doyon, Quebec.

    Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Senes Consultants Limited, in association with Golder Associé Ltée, Laval University, Département de géologie
    SeriesMEND report -- 4.5.1
    ContributionsUniversité Laval. Département de géologie., Golder Associates., Mineral Sciences Laboratories (Canada)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD"899"M5"M55"Report"4.5.1
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (multiple pagination) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20591335M

    soil and rock sampling methods The collection of representative subsurface samples is key to the development of relevant and accurate geotechnical evaluations and assessments. There are a wide variety of sampling methods available, and each is suited to a particular exploration method(s) and information goals.   Purchase Waste Disposal in Rock, Volume 76 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Format: Ebook.

    Understanding Sampling Techniques. Some deposits have sharp contacts with the country rock, and some just slowly grade from ore into waste. Different techniques are required for surface or sub-surface deposits. In drilling, the angle and depth of the sample are designed to go (as much as possible) across the structure of the deposit so that. This is one of the first books to pay proper attention to representative sampling. It offers an overview of the most common techniques used today for taking environmental samples. The techniques are clearly presented, yield accurate and reproducible results and can be used to sample - air - water - .

    The techniques particularly lend themselves to drill core samples, but with a GPS tracker (increasingly included as a feature in the HHXRF) all aspects of the site may be analysed, including in situ waste rock dumps and run-of-mine pads, etc. Figure 3.   SAMPLING PROCESS Defining the population of concern. Specifying a sampling frame, a set of items or events possible to measure. Specifying a sampling method for selecting items or events from the frame. Determining the sample size. Implementing the .


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This report is a review of waste rock sampling techniques. Part A presents a literature review and discussions of the various waste rock sampling techniques. Part B provides guidance to a broad spectrum of concerned parties as to the available sampling techniques and suggested methodologies to apply during the various stages of a mine Size: 2MB.

Review of waste rock sampling techniques by Senes Consultants Limited.,Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology = Centre canadien de la technologie des minéraux et de l'énergie edition, in English.

Consultants Limited in to conduct a literature Review of Waste Rock Sampling Techniques. The Review provided a comprehensive list and description of sampling techniques along with a suggested guide to addressing waste rock sampling requirements for the exploration, operation and closure phases of a mining Size: KB.

This chapter discusses the various rock and soil sampling techniques and the procedures followed. Sampling techniques must be selected according to the soil to be tested. They use several methods: wells, trenches, excavation and tunnels (mechanically or manually dug); manual drilling (done by hand with an auger); punch drilling, and rotation Author: Jacques Monnet.

Sampling Techniques third edition WILLIAM G. COCHRAN Professor of Statistics, Emeritus Harvard University JOHN WILEY & SONS ISBN X.

Various colors and sizes of rock in a complex of waste rock dumps at an active phosphate mine in southeastern Idaho illustrate the heterogeneous lithology and grain size characteristics of dumps.

View north of several waste rock dumps at the Waterloo mine near Montpelier, ID. by: 2. EPAD August RCRA Waste Sampling Draft Technical Guidance Planning, Implementation, and Assessment Office of Solid Waste U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

7 Rock sampling methods General Techniques for obtaining rock samples can be divided in the following groups: a) sampling by drilling (see Table 5) b) block sampling; c) integral sampling. Combinations of these sampling methods are possible and sometimes required due to the geological conditions.

Rock samples are of the following types: a) cores (complete and. Guidance for Preparing Waste Sampling and Analysis Documents and QA/QC Requirements at Nuclear Waste Sites. Pre-acceptance Process/Pre-Shipment Review In some cases, however, both waste process knowledge, sampling, and laboratory measurementsFile Size: KB.

outlined in the SESD Operating Procedure for Logbooks (SESDPROC). Sketches of waste units, sampling locations, containers, tanks and ancillary equipment, markings/labels, etc., should be fully documented in logbooks. Photographs are extremely useful for recording this information and may be used during waste sampling operations.

Our waste rock assessment staff is highly educated, motivated, determined, and will stop at nothing to serve our clients well. We know there is always a good deal going on during any mining operation, and our technicians can handle the waste rock assessment for you so that your attention can be focused on other aspects of your operation.

Subsurface Sampling A rock sample for geothermal exploration is typically collected from a drilled well, and initial analysis of the rock type, mineralization, composition, textures, etc. are collected in the field at the drill site or from core and cutting samples that have since been stored in a repository.

However, the more in depth rock Exploration Group: Field Techniques. yGrab sample- one sample taken from one point and time yGives an idea of what is happening right then yIntegrated sample- yCombination of grab samples collected at the same time but at different locations.

yComposite sample- yMultiple samples taken from one point at multiple times and integrated together for analysis yPulled from a location that provides a composite. ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this article to learn about the waste water: 1.

Sampling of Waste Water 2. Sample Preservation of waste water and 3. Analysis of Waste Water. Sampling of Waste Water: A source from which a sample is to be collected may not be a homogeneous one.

Which sampling method should a generator use to sample a waste for the purpose of hazardous waste identification. There are a number of approaches for sampling a waste for the purpose of hazardous waste identification.

Pursuant to §(c), a representative sample must be obtained using any of the specified methods in 40 CFR Part Part 2: Guidance on sampling techniques • TP CEN/TR ; Characterization of waste -Sampling of waste materials - Part 3: Guidance on procedures for sub-sampling in the field • CEN/TR ; Characterization of waste Sampling of waste materials - - Part 4: Guidance on procedures for sample packaging, storage, preservation.

Probability sampling (a term due to Deming, [Deming]) is a sampling porcess that utilizes some form of random selection. In probability sampling, each unit is drawn with known probability, [Yamane, p3] or has a nonzero chance of being selected in the sample. [Raj, p10] Such samples are usually selected with the help of random Size: KB.

This book accommodates workouts of sampling strategies solved intimately. The workouts are grouped into chapters and are preceded by a quick theoretical assessment specifying the notation and the principal outcomes which might be helpful for understanding the options.

Alvi (): A Manual for Selecting Sampling Techniques in Research 4 PREFACE The Manual for Sampling Techniques used in Social Sciences is an effort to describe various types of sampling methodologies that are used in researches of social sciences in an easy and understandable way.

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Sampling in Qualitative Research: Insights from an Overview of the Methods Literature Abstract The methods literature regarding sampling in qualitative research is characterized by important inconsistencies and ambiguities, which can be problematic for students and researchers seeking a clear and coherent Size: KB.

Outcome of sampling might be biased and makes difficult for all the elements of population to be part of the sample equally. This type of sampling is also known as non-random sampling. Convenience Sampling. Purposive Sampling. Quota Sampling. Referral /Snowball Sampling.

Convenience Sampling. Here the samples are selected based on the availability.A Few Methods for Sampling Hardrock Deposits June by Alex Dolbeare Before setting up shop on a promising outcropping or vein system to work for valuable metals, before deciding to possibly buy or lease a claim, and certainly before investing large sums .