2.4.4 Mine Areas
188.8.131.52 Example 2
|Location of Example:
|| 151°59'9" East, 27°56'9" South
- Hard rock quarries are typically sited in foothills flanking urban and peri-urban centres.
- Hard rock quarries are generally composed of one main medium-sized pit and excavated into a hillside.
- The excavation depth is evident by terracing and it's associated shadow signatures.
- In Figure: 184.108.40.206b the spectral signature of the bedrock is dark blue/grey. This should be similar to the spectral signature of rocky slopes and outcrops devoid of vegetation.
|Figure: 220.127.116.11 Representation of a Mine Area in association with surrounding features.
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