Sort by:
Results 1 - 10 of 73 for Quarrying
  • Article - 8 Oct 2019
    Water run-off from quarry operations may contain solids that could cause water pollution, smother aquatic life or cause flooding by blocking channels. It is therefore important to design a quarry well...
  • Article - 26 Aug 2019
    The robots shaping the future of the quarry and mining sector are driven primarily by two factors: cost and safety.
  • Article - 8 Nov 2012
    The country of Malta is an archipelago located to the south of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea. The total area of the country is 316 km2, and it has a population of 409,836 as of July 2012. The...
  • Article - 14 Nov 2012
    Israel is located between Lebanon and Egypt bordering the Mediterranean Sea. The total area of the country is 20,770 km2, and it has a population of 7,590,758 as of July 2012.
  • Article - 8 Nov 2012
    Cyprus is an island country located south of Turkey in the Mediterranean Sea. The total area of the country is 9,251 km2, and it has a population of 1,138,071 as of July 2012. The country enjoys...
  • Article - 18 Apr 2013
    Theophrastite is a trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral emerald green mineral containing nickel, hydrogen, and oxygen. This mineral was named after the first Greek mineralogist Theophrastus.
  • Article - 5 Jan 2018
    Researchers have studied global energy consumption due to friction and wear in the mining industry, to determine the tribological and economic impacts.
  • Article - 5 Dec 2012
    Babingtonite was named after the Irish mineralogist and physician, Dr. William Babington. It is a member of the Babingtonite group of minerals. The other members are scandiobabingtonite and...
  • Article - 1 Feb 2013
    Fluoborite having a hexagonal crystal system was first described in 1926 from the Huerta del Vinagre mine, Spain. It was named for its essential components fluorine and boron.
  • Article - 24 Jan 2013
    Francisite is an orthorhombic-dipyramidal light green mineral containing selenium, oxygen, copper, chlorine and bismuth. It was named in honor of Glyn Francis, Quality Control Officer at the Iron...