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Browsing by Author "Kgarume, T"

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  • Ogasawara, H; Hofmann, G; Kato, H; Nakatani, M; Moriya, H; Naoi, M; Yabe, Y; Durrheim, R; Cichowicz, A; Kgarume, T; Milev, A; Murakam, O; Satoh, T; Kawakata, H (AIST, 2013-09)
    The Japanese-South African intergovernmental science and technology project “Observational studies to mitigate seismic risks in mines” includes seismological studies aimed at a better understanding of how a seismic event ...
  • Kgarume, T (University of the Witwatersrand, 2010-11)
    A methodology of assessing the seismic hazard associated with aftershocks is developed by performing statistical and deterministic analysis of seismic data from two South African deep-level gold mines. A method employing ...
  • Durrheim, RJ; Ogasawara, H; Nakatani, M; Yabe, Y; Milev, AM; Cichowicz, A; Kawakata, H; Moriya, H; Naoi, M; Kgarume, T; Murakami, O (South African Geophysical Association, 2013-10)
    Mining-induced earthquakes pose a risk to workers in deep mines, while natural earthquakes pose a risk to people living close to plate boundaries and even in stable continental regions. A 5-year Japan-SA collaborative ...
  • Durrheim, RJ; Ogasawara, H; Nakatani, M; Yabe, Y; Milev, AM; Cichowicz, A; Kawakata, H; Moriya, H; Naoi, M; Kgarume, T; Murakami, O (South African Geophysical Association, 2013-10)
    Mining-induced earthquakes pose a risk to workers in deep mines, while natural earthquakes pose a risk to people living close to plate boundaries and even in stable continental regions. A 5-year Japan-SA collaborative ...
  • Ogasawara, H; Nakatani, T; Durrheim, RJ; Naoi, M; Yabe, Y; Moriya, H; Hofmann, GF; Stander, C; Roberts, DP; de Bruin, P; Oelofse, J; Kato, H; Cichowicz, A; Birch, D; Ngobeni, D; Milev, A; Kgarume, T; Satoh, T; Horiuchi, S; Kawakata, H; Murakami, O; Yoshimitsu, N; Ward, AK; Wienand, J; Lenegan, P; Yilmaz, H; Mngadi, S; Piper, PS; Clements, TN; Nakao, S; Okubo, M; Ishii, H; Visser, AV (Australian Centre for Geomechanics, 2014-09)
    A multi-disciplinary study of the response of the rock mass to mining and mining-induced earthquakes has been conducted in six gold mines in South Africa at sites deeper than 3 km, or with equivalent stress. More than 80 ...