The Problem of Increasing Coal Output from the Southern Mining District of New South Wales
Organization: The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy
Jan 1, 1976
This problem is seen as being central to a number of peripheral problems. Of these, the following are considered to be of major importance: 1. Reserves. Changes in Quality. Depths at which they occur. The effects of catchment and water storage areas. The effects of urban development. 2. Environment and the compat- ibility of mining and preparation of coal. 3. Transportation of Coal. J. tabour.