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Title: Prospective and retrospective spatial sampling scheme to characterize geochemicals in a mine tailings area
Authors: Debba, P
Keywords: Mines
Spatial sampling scheme
Geochemicals
Mine tailings area
Mine waste
Metals
Copiapite abundance
Jarosite abundance
Goethite abundance
Ferrihydrite abundance
Hematite abundance
Kaolinite abundance
Issue Date: Jul-2009
Citation: Debba, P. 2009. Prospective and retrospective spatial sampling scheme to characterize geochemicals in a mine tailings area. Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa, July 2009. 1-57
Abstract: This study demonstrates that designing sampling schemes using simulated annealing results in much better selection of samples from an existing scheme in terms of prediction accuracy. The presentation to the SASA Eastern Cape Chapter as an invited guest at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University presents a prospective and retrospective optimal spatial sampling scheme using the spatial distribution of secondary iron-bearing oxides/hydroxides, to characterize a mine tailings area.
Description: This presentation was presented at SASA Eastern Cape Chapter at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3551
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