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  • Worthless mining waste could suck CO₂ out of the atmosphere and

    Apr 20, 2017 It seems likely that large scale removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere may be called for: socalled "negative emissions". One possibility is to use waste material from mining to trap CO₂ into new minerals, locking it out of the atmosphere. The idea is to exploit and accelerate the same geological 

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  • Advancing climate science with knowledgediscovery through data

    Jan 9, 2018 The exponential growth of climate data combined with KnowledgeDiscovery through Datamining (KDD) promises an unparalleled level of We have reasonably constrained global mean trends and rates of changes of heat and carbon dioxide reservoirs in the ocean, atmosphere and land over the past 

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  • ABANDONED COAL MINES INFLUENCE ON ATMOSPHERE

    Oct 22, 2016 Abstract. Generalizing field observation results of gas changing open areas with atmosphere on Earth surface of mining lease liquidated mines territories in Kuznetsk and Donetsk Basins illustrates that improving regularities of this process is necessary for providing environmental safety of undermining 

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  • Atmospheric Mining in the Outer Solar System NASA Technical

    Bryan Palaszewski. Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio. Atmospheric Mining in the Outer Solar System: Resource Capturing, Exploration, and Exploitation. NASA/TM—2015218096. April 2015. AIAA–2013–3765 https://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.jsp?R=20150009496 20180418T21:50:26+00:00Z 

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  • Mining impacts « World Ocean Review

    For a long time the risks associated with methane hydrate mining were uncertain. Today there is widespread consensus that drilling is responsible for neither tsunamis nor leaks in sea floor sediments through which large amounts of climatedamaging methane could escape into the ocean and the atmosphere.

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  • Atmospheric mercury mapping in a cinnabar mining Science Direct

    A mobile differential absorption lidar system was used in conjunction with point monitors to study the spatial and temporal distribution of atomic mercury in the atmosphere around an abandoned mercury mine at Abbadia S. Salvatore, Italy. The use of the remote sensing technique allows a fast coverage of large areas both 

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  • Worthless mining waste could suck CO₂ out of the atmosphere and

    Apr 20, 2017 It seems likely that large scale removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere may be called for: socalled "negative emissions". One possibility is to use waste material from mining to trap CO₂ into new minerals, locking it out of the atmosphere. The idea is to exploit and accelerate the same geological 

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  • Atmospheric Mining in the Outer Solar System NASA Technical

    2. 1.0 Atmospheric Mining in the Outer Solar System. Atmospheric mining of the outer solar system is one of the options for creating nuclear fuels, such as helium 3 (3He), for future fusion powered exploration vehicles or powering reactors for Earth's planetary energy needs (Refs. 1 to 8). Uranus' and Neptune's atmospheres 

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  • A Thought Experiment: HABITATS CAN EXTRACT ELEMENTS from

    Sep 22, 2011 BACKGROUND: Mining gas giants for 3He has been widely studied for many years. EXAMPLE: More than 50 years ago, the British Interplanetary Society proposed a Project Daedalus interstellar probe, fueled by 3He from the atmosphere of Jupiter. Further study has caused many scientists to also consider 

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  • Players, coaches relish electric atmosphere The Mining Gazette

    Feb 8, 2018 "I knew there would be people interested in the game, and I thought it would be cool for the kids to get a collegeatmosphere experience, that was our whole goal. But did I think people would be sitting on the baselines because there wasn't enough room? No, not at all," Dollar Bay coach Jesse Kentala said 

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  • Atmospheric Mining in the Outer Solar System NASA Technical

    [email protected] Fuels and Space Propellants Web Site: Atmospheric mining in the outer solar system has been investigated as a means of fuel production for high energy propulsion and power. Fusion fuels such as Helium 3 (3He) 

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  • science based Which gas giant of the solar system could humanity

    Anyone trying to mine 3He from the atmosphere of Jupiter will be battling massive radiation fields, a very deep gravity well and huge energy costs to get to and from Jupiter proper (as opposed to the Jovian system). Boosting 3He from either a balloon in Jupiter's atmosphere or using some sort of ramscoop 

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  • Methods to Determine the Status of Mine Atmospheres an CDC

    dict the likelihood of an explosive atmosphere. Similarly, prior to commencing recovery of a mine or section, equations exist that can assist in determining if the fire will rekindle when air is reintroduced. This paper serves as an overview to remind and/or instruct readers about gassampling methodologies and gas analyses 

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  • Carbon Recycling: Mining the Air for Fuel

    Aug 11, 2011 Carbon Sciences argues that its process—CO2 reforming, or dry reforming, of natural gas—would be a game changer because it would produce fuel while using up waste CO2 that otherwise would be emitted to the atmosphere. Also, says Elton, using readily available CO2 as a reactant should make 

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  • Space Engineers Tutorial: Build A Planetary Mining Ship (Part 2 of a

    Mar 27, 2017 This tutorial focuses on the most important part of your early survival in Space Engineers: getting an atmospheric mining ship up and running. This will guide you through all of the basics to getting a working mining ship, from batteries, to reactors, to lighting setup, oxygen management and tunnel designs.

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  • Negative Effects of Coal Mining The World Counts

    Aug 5, 2014 Methane in the Atmosphere: Coal mine methane emissions from underground mining are often caught and used as town fuel, chemical feedstock, vehicle fuel and industrial fuel – but very rarely is everything captured. Methane is less prevalent in the atmosphere as compared to carbon dioxide, but it is 20 

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  • Coal Mine Methane Sources Coalbed Methane Outreach Program

    Jan 31, 2018 In abandoned mines and surface mines, methane might also escape to the atmosphere through natural fissures or other diffuse sources. Coal mine methane is emitted from five sources: Degasifiion systems at underground coal mines (also commonly referred to as drainage systems). These systems 

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  • Questions and Answers on Mine Rescue and PA DEP PA.gov

    Mine Gases. Name the common gases found in coal mines following a mine fire or mine explosion? Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, methane, oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, and other hydrocarbons. What is a dangerous mine atmosphere? A dangerous mine atmosphere is one that is or is likely to become poisonous to 

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  • Project Icarus: The Gas Mines of Uranus : Discovery News Seeker

    May 31, 2011 However, there is a surprising amount of helium3 in the gas giant planets of the outer solar system, and in the original 1978 "Project Daedalus" report Bob Parkinson suggested mining it via floating robotic factories in the atmosphere of Jupiter. Since then a different planet has moved to the forefront of 

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  • science based What would be the first thing humans would mine on

    Mining gas giants for helium3 has also been proposed.[61] The British Interplanetary Society's hypothetical Project Daedalus interstellar probe design was fueled by helium3 mines in the atmosphere of Jupiter, for example. Jupiter's high gravity makes this a less energetically favorable operation than 

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