Water in Mining 2013

  • Dates:
    Nov 26 - 28, 2013
  • Hours:
    From 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Location:
    Sofitel Brisbane Hotel 249 Turbot Street Brisbane, QLD, 4000
  • Event Type:
    Conference & Trade Show

Organized By

The AusIMM
PO Box 660
Carlton South VIC 3053
Australia

www.ausimm.com.au

Contact Information

Belinda Martin
Manager, Events Operations
Ground Floor 204 Lygon Street Carlton, Victoria 3053 Australia
61 03 96586100
conference@ausimm.com.au
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The overall theme of Water in Mining 2013 is Regional Water Management and we are now calling for papers across the domains of production, policy, environment and social science under the following topics:

  • Regional-scale cumulative impacts/effects
  • Challenges and changes to water rights and the need for reform of these
  • Opportunities for sharing worked water
  • Water stewardship
  • Community risks and collaborative approaches to resolving them
  • The nexus of water and energy targets
  • The nexus of water and salt and other waste management
  • Improving and understanding of the financial underpinnings of potential collaborative approaches
  • The importance of climate change and extreme events
  • Water use/demand forecasting
  • Mine closure, final voids, post operations and regional hydrological implication and opportunities
  • Appropriate systems monitoring (beyond site compliance), data management, information interpretation and communication

Event Detail

Highlights

The overall theme of Water in Mining 2013 is Regional Water Management and we are now calling for papers across the domains of production, policy, environment and social science under the following topics:

  • Regional-scale cumulative impacts/effects
  • Challenges and changes to water rights and the need for reform of these
  • Opportunities for sharing worked water
  • Water stewardship
  • Community risks and collaborative approaches to resolving them
  • The nexus of water and energy targets
  • The nexus of water and salt and other waste management
  • Improving and understanding of the financial underpinnings of potential collaborative approaches
  • The importance of climate change and extreme events
  • Water use/demand forecasting
  • Mine closure, final voids, post operations and regional hydrological implication and opportunities
  • Appropriate systems monitoring (beyond site compliance), data management, information interpretation and communication