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EXPLO 2011

Conference Proceedings
Published in 2011

The theme of Explo 2011 was ‘Blasting – Controlled Productivity’ and a number of those applications of controlled productivity, along with technology advancements and case studies, are covered in the excellent papers assembled in this proceedings. The papers also cover themes such as blast damage, blast design and management, measurement, underground, vibration control and modelling over a range of areas including Leighton Wahana, Hail Creek Mine, Sunrise Dam and George Fisher Mine.

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