E027 Post-Mining Reconciliation of BHR Predicted Resource Elevation Models A.V. Wolmarans* (De Beers Group Services) I.M. Mason (School of Geosciences University of Sydney) J. Harvey (De Beers Canada Inc.) & T. G. Sindle (School of Geosciences University of Sydney) SUMMARY When the Snap Lake mine goes into production in 2007 it will demand ±3000 tons of ore per day to be delivered to the plant from the underground development. Short-term mine planners need high-resolution information on the geological conditions to be expected per mine panel in order to ensure the smooth flow of ore and that productions calls are met.


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