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Life-of-Mine Conference 2018

Conference Proceedings
Published in 2018

Life-of-Mine 2018 was held from 25–27 July in Brisbane, Queensland. The fourth event in this highly topical series, it focused on five primary themes: incorporating societal and community factors into design and operation; integrating mine planning and processing for environmental performance; strategies and planning for improving rehabilitation outcomes; innovation for delivering better sustainability outcomes; and influences of global trends on the future of the industry.

*This volume contains extended abstracts only*

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ISBN: 978 1 925100 75 4

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