2.4.4 Mine Areas
220.127.116.11 Example 4
|Location of Example:
|| 151°15'29" East, 27°56'42" South
- Sand/gravel quarries consist of a series of small to medium sized pits.
- Infrastructure associated with quarries varies according to size and ownership. Small quarries used for intermittent road repairs and owned by local government authorities are not likely to have much associated infrastructure. Large commercial operations close to large cities are more likely to have extensive crushing, processing, stockpiling and administrative facilities.
- Interpretation of components within complex Mine Areas is difficult from imagery alone. Use additional Reference Material where available or seek further clarification from Geoscience Australia via Action Request.
- As illustrated in Figure 18.104.22.168 there may be a temporary presence of water in a Mine Area. The mine acts as it's own catchment. These temporary catchments should not be captured as a water body area.
|Figure: 22.214.171.124 Representation of a Mine Area in association with surrounding features.
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