Karst: Mining within a maze

November 24, 2014 Pat Corser

Water is one of the primary concerns in mining. Unless they are correctly managed, water inflows can destabilize pit slopes, flood underground mines and have a dramatic effect on production schedules.

Pat Corser, Senior Vice President of Mining, discusses Karst in CIM Magazine written by Ian Ewing. 

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Pat Corser

With nearly 40 years of technical engineering and construction experience working on industrial, hydropower, and mining projects all over the world, Pat Corser has expertise in the fields of engineering, water management, environmental planning, mine waste management, and mine remediation and reclamation.

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