Successful rehabilitation to support a post-mining land use (PMLU) is underpinned by achieving a suitable final landform with long-term stability. Many factors influence a mine’s final landform, and all must be considered through the design and implementation phases to ensure a final landform is established that can sustain the desired PMLU.
Categories of technical and scientific mine rehabilitation publications related to final landforms are listed below. Publications will be added on individual pages as they become available.
Publications on practices for addressing topsoil deficits for mine sites in Queensland.
Publications on leading practice regarding modelling final mine waste landforms in Queensland.
Publications on practices for managing mine waste in Queensland.