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Nhan đề: Mining and Environment in Vietnam
Tác giả: Broemme, Katrin
Stolpe, Harro
Từ khoá: Mining
Viet Nam
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Research Work of the Research Association Mining and Environment (RAME), Status Report 2011;
Tóm tắt: The RAME research project started its first activities in Vietnam at the end of 2005. The aim of the BMBF (German Federal Ministry of Education and Research)funded research and de-velopment project is to develop methods to reduce the environmental impacts due to hardcoal mining in Quang Ninh province by selected technical measures and enhancement of the envi-ronmental management. Based on a preliminary survey the fields dump stabilization and re-cultivation, mine water treatment, dust mitigation and after mining landuse were identified as main research fields. Currently, six partprojects are ongoing and one partproject is submitted for approval. Each partproject is divided into four working phases: investigation; conceptual design, discussion and approval; implementation and post-processing. The paper givesan overview on the status quo of the ongoing research works in the partprojects and their first results.
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