CIM Journal Preprints

Preprints are accepted manuscripts currently undergoing the editing process. Please feel free to cite them as published preprints. The preprint version of the paper will be replaced by the copy edited, typeset and proofread version as soon as it is available.

Statistical assessment of intact rock properties for two underground mining projects at Raglan Mine, Quebec, Canada

M. Grenon, C. Boudreau, and G. Bruneau; R. Caumartin

Interpreting displacement data from complementary slope monitoring systems in extreme weather conditions

R. Yost, M. Sharp, and S. Ducharme-Rivest

Designing sustainable prosperity “DSP”: A collaborative effort to build resilience in copper-producing regions

D. Hiam-Galvez, F. Prescott, and J. Hiam

Understanding free, prior, and informed consent (FPIC) in the context of mining in Canada

S. Sadiq; A. J. Sinclair

Modelling the influence of electric shovel operator performance on mine productivity

A. Yaghini, R. A. Hall, and D. Apel

Tailings dam closure scenarios, risk communication, monitoring, and surveillance in Alberta

H. L. Schafer, R. Macciotta, and N. A. Beier

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