mine surveyor

mine surveyor

[′mīn sər‚vā·ər]
(mining engineering)
The official who periodically surveys the mine workings and prepares plans for the manager.
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These have to be updated by a quali-fied mine surveyor every three months, or sooner if the mine workings progress more than 100 metres from the last survey point."
Measuring and Lotungsleistungen in the redevelopment mining on behalf of LMBV (sounding Multibeam DSM + DTM, sounding Single Beam, sounding / Acquisition and presentation of sediment thickness, oversize shoreline, representation measurement results as MicroStation 3D DGN file, certification by a mine surveyor) divided into two territorial lots.
This report brings together these threads and some other aspects of the technology available to the 21st century mine surveyor.
A FORMER coal mine surveyor fears the tombs of hundreds who died in the 1934 Gresford Mining Disaster could be disrupted if underground gas extraction is given the go-ahead.
PESHAWAR -- The Board of Examiners Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has decided in its meeting to conduct the Mine Surveyor's Certificate of Competency Examination w.e.f.
Williams was a mine surveyor and oversaw mines in the local area including Bedwas, Trecenydd and Nantgarw.
Mine Sardar / shot firer certificate from 22-11-2010 to 25-11-2010 and Mine Surveyor's certificate of competency examination from 20-12-2010 to 22-12-2010.
During the panel, Larry King, Navajo from Church Rock, NM, told the gathering how he worked for the United Nuclear Corporation from 1975 to 1983 as an underground mine surveyor. At Church Rock, the break in the dam at the tailings pond was the largest uranium spill from the United Nuclear Corporation (UNC) tailing pond, with 94 million gallons of contaminated water flooding into the Puerco wash (arroyo or stream), which wraps around his grazing area and flows through Navajo communities before it meets up with the Little Colorado River.
Bill, who worked first as a mine surveyor and then in civil engineering, said: "Examples of the way of life in the 19th and 20th Centuries are fascinating, described by the people who experienced those mostly hard times.