• What mining technique would you use and why?

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    You have discovered a large deposit of Rutile (TiO2) in SierraLeone. The deposit is 5 ft thick and is located 10-15 feet below the surface. Thedeposit is flat lying and has a constant grade. The overburden is a course sandlayer with some cobble stones approximately 3-4 in diameter. The water table isapproximately 17 feet below the surface. The... show more
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  • What Surface Mining technique would you use?

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    You have discovered a large deposit of Rutile (TiO2) in SierraLeone. The deposit is 5 ft thick and is located 10-15 feet below the surface. Thedeposit is flat lying and has a constant grade. The overburden is a course sandlayer with some cobble stones approximately 3-4 in diameter. The water table isapproximately 17 feet below the surface. The... show more
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  • Homework help!?

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    About 3000 million years ago, CO2 was one of the main gasses in the Earth s atmosphere. About 400 million years ago, plants and trees grew on most of the land. When plants and trees died they were covered in sand and slowly decayed to form coal Describe and explain how the composition of the Earth s atmosphere was changed by the formation of coal.
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  • Why do some experts believe that the ocean can be repository for many of society s wastes?

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    Also if we do use the ocean as a disposal site, what conditions should be required?
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  • HELP ME TO ANSWER! PLS?

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    The Lonely Giant In the midst of wyoming stands a lonely giant: Mount Moran. Its peak stands more than 3,800 meters above sea level. if you climb Mount Moran, you'll crawl across sab of rock. These slabs formed deep beneath Earth's surface. Here, great temperatures and pressures changed one type of roc into the rock of the slabs. As you... show more
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  • Marine science questions help!?

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    1.A group of scientists build a special enclosure in the local bay to separate their experiment from the rest of the ocean. They wish to determine whether their experiment is a closed system by using a colored dye that is placed in the water. What result would best indicate that their experiment is a closed system, and why? 2.Many surface military... show more
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  • How do I find the dinosaurs?

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    I've looked in Florida but there are only 10-20000 year olds. What about the Cretaceous Period ones?
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  • Does a day = 24 hours?

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    Or does a day = 23.96 hours
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  • What part of the world can potentially see the highest open ocean tsunami run-up?

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    The highest tsunamis on record were triggered by landslides in deep fjords or lakes. But megathrust tsunamis can do far more damage, because they're just overall bigger, even if they're generally much lower in wave height and total run-up. But how high could a megathrust tsunami potentially get? And where in the world would it happen? It... show more
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  • Geologically, how are the Philippines designated?

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    Volcanic island arc formed entirely by subduction, or a microcontinent? It seems like a microcontinent to me; I don't see how volcanoes alone could result in a shape so unique from other volcanic island arcs.
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  • REVISITING ISOSTACY: HELP I HAVE NO CLUE HOW TO EVEN START THIS?

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    We are going to use the Himalaya and adjacent Tibetan Plateau to explore some isostatic concepts. In the following questions, assume the rate of convergence across the Himalayan front is 6 cm/yr, the thickness of continental crust on the Indian side is 25 km, the mountain range is 250 km wide (parallel to convergence direction) and roughly 2500 km... show more
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