This presentation summarizes a talk given during the inaugural workshop of the Cave Mining Forum. This presentation will highlight one of the cave mining phenomenon related to surface and ground water. Water combined with clays and fine particles generated by caving processes could result in mudrushes and mudflows. This presentation will also include the discussion... Continue reading.
Dan Mackie has over twelve years of experience in mining hydrogeology and water resources. Mr. Mackie specializes in hydrogeological characterization, design of depressurization, dewatering and groundwater management systems for open pit and underground mines, as well as water resource assessments. He has worked with multi-disciplinary teams on all phases of engineering study, environmental assessments and permitting for new or expanding mines. Mr. Mackie provides inputs to geotechnical and water management options assessment or design, including issue identification and risk assessment, dewatering requirements, management and mitigation options.