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(PDF) mit M. Overbeck, Medieval Iron Landscapes ...

tains rich Devonian iron ore deposits (mainly consisting of haematite-Roteisenstein of Lahn- Dill type) and an abundance of Iron Age and Medieval sites and finds. In the High Middle Ages the area became the nucleus of what later became the duchy of Nassau with the towns of Siegen, Dillenburg, and Herborn.

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Coons-Pacific Iron Ore Concentrator - Industrial

2015-11-6  Located in the far eastern extent of the Mesabi Range - a region known more for its rich supply of direct shipping ore and taconite deposits than for low-grade washable ore - the community of Eveleth was also home to the Mesabi's first custom beneficiation plant - The Coons-Pacific Iron Ore

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(PDF) Forging networks and mixing ores: Rethinking

Forging networks and mixing ores: Rethinking the social landscapes of iron metallurgy

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Blog Archives - Industrial Landscapes: Culture-Nature

2016-12-5  Iron ore mining in the Mesabi Range involved three major phases: direct shipping ores (1893–1970s), washable ores (1907–1980s), and taconite (1947–current). Each phase of iron mining used different technologies to extract and process ore. Producing all

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The scarred landscapes created by humanity’s material ...

2020-11-17  The Carajas Mine in Brazil, one of the largest iron ore mines on the planet (Credit: Getty Images)

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Mining in Ecologically Sensitive Landscapes CSIRO

Ore bodies are typically associated with low banded iron formations. Banded iron ranges are scattered across the region, forming islands of relatively distinct biodiversity, sometimes supporting flora with very restricted distributions.

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Londonderry Iron Mines - Tidal Landscapes on an

Londonderry Iron Mines; Mi’kmawey Debert National Historic Site; Old Wife; Partridge Island; Red Head; Red Rocks; Sea Stack (Eatonville) Soley Cove; Spicer Cove; Thomas Cove; Three Sisters; Triassic-Jurassic Fault at Five Islands; Wards Brook at Age of Sail; Ward Falls; Wasson Bluff; Wharton; Explore. Trails; Museums Interpretive Centres; Local Food

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Carajás National Forest: Iron Ore Plateaus and Caves

2015-3-6  The Carajás National Forest is a protected federal area that is used for different purposes, including the operation of the world’s largest iron ore mines. The savannah environment which is embedded amidst the tropical forest must be protected as conservation areas to represent the most expressive remnants of the original context.

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Fictional Landscapes - MIT Comparative Media

2019-6-11  In the open pits from which iron ore is exploited, the construction of the terrain, of its natural geological pace, invisible to the eye, is displaced towards a fast,

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Forging networks and mixing ores: Rethinking the

2018-3-1  Bloomery (or direct) smelting describes the separation of iron oxides from a host ore, and their transformation to iron. A carbon-saturated, reducing atmosphere within a furnace reduces the iron oxides to

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Mountain Iron Mine Landscapes (1892-1956)

High-grade iron ore was discovered at Mountain Iron, Minnesota in 1887 and open-pit production began five years later. By the time operations ceased in 1956, the mine (the oldest in Minnesota) had yielded 48,664,453 tons of ore, making Minnesota the largest iron producer in the United States.

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landscapes - University of Wisconsin–Madison

2012-4-23  iron ore was initially removed from shallow mines that have collapsed over time. Since the 1920s, harder, high-grade iron ore has been mined from depths as great as 5,200 feet. This ore was once a staple of the steel industry in the United States and drew many settlers to northern Wisconsin.

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Londonderry Iron Mines - Tidal Landscapes on an

Londonderry Iron Mines. From 1849 to 1908, iron deposits along the Cobequid Fault fed the brick kilns of Londonderry. Fully two million tons of iron ore were mined during the heyday of Londonderry when the town was a bustling centre of mining and steel making. Londonderry Provincial Park has mining artifacts, while historic slag heaps and ...

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Blog Archives - Industrial Landscapes: Culture-Nature

2016-12-5  Iron ore mining in the Mesabi Range involved three major phases: direct shipping ores (1893–1970s), washable ores (1907–1980s), and taconite (1947–current). Each phase of iron mining used different technologies to extract and process ore. Producing all of this iron

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‘Quadrilátero Ferrífero’: A Beautiful and Neglected ...

2015-3-6  Salgado A.A.R., Fonseca do Carmo F. (2015) ‘Quadrilátero Ferrífero’: A Beautiful and Neglected Landscape Between the Gold and Iron Ore Reservoirs. In: Vieira B., Salgado A., Santos L. (eds) Landscapes and Landforms of Brazil.

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Fictional Landscapes - MIT Comparative Media

2019-6-11  In Brazil, there are a total of 189 active mines, of which 132 exploit iron ore. The extraction of iron ore in 2015 in Brazil was concentrated in the action of only 9 main companies. Vale S/A, an originally public company, but privatized in 1997, is currently

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Iron IV - Michigan State University

2021-1-21  IRON MINING TODAY Open pit mining for iron ore replaced shaft mining very early on in the history of the Michigan Iron Ranges. Today, all the underground mines are closed, and only a very few open pit mines are still operating. What remains of the underground mines is often only a few heaps of waste rocks (below) and some slumped landscapes.

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Carajás National Forest: Iron Ore Plateaus and Caves

2015-3-6  The Carajás National Forest is a protected federal area that is used for different purposes, including the operation of the world’s largest iron ore mines. The savannah environment which is embedded amidst the tropical forest must be protected as conservation areas to represent the most expressive remnants of the original context. In ...

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Inverarish, iron ore mine, kilns and associated remains ...

The remains of a narrow gauge railway, now dismantled and visible as a raised track bed, runs from the mine SSW for around 2.5 km to the harbour. This section of railway was carried on an iron viaduct over Inverarish Burn at NG 5618 3585 and also on a bridge across the road at NG 5643 3650. Mine no. 2 is located at NG 5582 3629 with associated ...

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Mountain Iron Mine Landscapes (1892-1956)

High-grade iron ore was discovered at Mountain Iron, Minnesota in 1887 and open-pit production began five years later. By the time operations ceased in 1956, the mine (the oldest in Minnesota) had yielded 48,664,453 tons of ore, making Minnesota the largest iron producer in the United States.

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landscapes - University of Wisconsin–Madison

2012-4-23  iron ore was initially removed from shallow mines that have collapsed over time. Since the 1920s, harder, high-grade iron ore has been mined from depths as great as 5,200 feet. This ore was once a staple of the steel industry in the United States and drew many settlers to northern Wisconsin.

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Blog Archives - Industrial Landscapes: Culture-Nature

2016-12-5  Iron ore mining in the Mesabi Range involved three major phases: direct shipping ores (1893–1970s), washable ores (1907–1980s), and taconite (1947–current). Each phase of iron mining used different technologies to extract and process ore. Producing all of this iron

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Pressures on arid landscapes: Australia

2021-6-20  Landscapes under pressure 1: Mining. Australia has some of the world’s richest iron ore deposits. It also dominates world trade in iron ore – over 50% of global supply comesfrom there. It exports 900m tonnes of iron ore to China a year (60% of China’s demand) worth AU$85bn in 2019–20. It is by far Australia’s biggest export.

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Assessment of Environmental Impact of Iron Ore

Thus, Iron ore has been mined for the past three thousand years by ancient and modern mankind. However, mining of iron ore has copious negative impacts on the environment. As the mining method for Iron is usually open cast, it degrades natural landscapes, surface and ground water, flora and fauna, as well as the ambient air quality within the ...

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Vast iron ore deposits discovered in the Pilbara - 80

2012-1-19  Highlights are the vast landscapes superbly filmed, particularly aerial footage of the site of Hancock's iron ore discovery, a find that would help support an iron ore mining industry for an ...

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Carajás National Forest: Iron Ore Plateaus and Caves

2015-3-6  The Carajás National Forest is a protected federal area that is used for different purposes, including the operation of the world’s largest iron ore mines. The savannah environment which is embedded amidst the tropical forest must be protected as conservation areas to represent the most expressive remnants of the original context. In ...

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A metagenomic survey of soil microbial communities

2019-2-12  Impacted by iron ore extraction 27 reshaping entire landscapes 28 by the removal of ore and mining wastes, the environmental rehabilitation of the impacted ecosystems is desired aiming at the ...

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Postindustrial Landscapes - Latz

Postindustrial Landscapes. Our new conceptions must design landscape along with both accepted and disturbing elements, both harmonious and interrupting ones. The result is a metamorphosis of landscape without destroying existing features, an archetypal

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