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Abstract

Typical problems on coal mines include determining the thickness of coal left in the floor by historic mining<br>(potentially a large reserve of coal that can still be extracted), and identification and determination of the thickness<br>of sandstone partings located within coal seams. An additional problem encountered at Anglo Coal’s Bank Colliery<br>was determining the risk to planned underground workings beneath a dam- critical information required being the<br>bathymetry of the dam and the amount of sludge in the dam.

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2005-09-14
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