This program provides a comprehensive introduction to the academic, research, and practical aspects of physics. The primary goal of this program is to provide students with unique opportunities to learn fundamental research techniques in experimental and/or theoretical research, and objectively synthesize information from scientific literature. Each . student chooses their preferred major research area and research supervisor. Thesis work is available in a broad range of sub-disciplines (see departmental website for details). Students wishing to continue to our doctoral program have the option, with supervisor approval, of transferring directly to the ., waiving the . thesis submission.
The structural nature and physical environment of the ARD source material influences selection of the most appropriate method(s) for prevention and mitigation. Typical mining and non-mining related sources of ARD are reviewed in Chapter 4. Specific mining related examples include the following:
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