Definitions for "Mining"
An energy-consuming subsector of the industrial sector that consists of all facilities and equipment used to extract energy and mineral resources.
Any activity directed to the extraction of ore and associated rock. Included are open pit work, quarrying, auguring, alluvial dredging, and combined operations, including surface and underground operations.
Activity whose purpose is the extraction, concentration, smelting of economic minerals from a mineral deposit. It includes exploration (in the strict sense), development of mineral deposits, constructing the mine and mining, i.e. extracting and processing the ore or tailings.
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When you mine for minerals you need a detectonator, an excavator and a number of seismic bombs.All the equipment for mining can be bought in the Trade Terminal.
Any application of water to mining processes (e.g. hydraulic), for drilling and on concentrator tables.
Withdrawal over a period of time of ground water that exceeds the rate of recharge of the aquifer.
Long-term ground water withdrawal in excess of natural recharge. (See "Recharge," below.) Mining is usually characterized by sustained (consistent, not fluctuating) decline in the water table.
Keywords:  overwithdrawal, see
See overwithdrawal
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Of or pertaining to mines; as, mining engineer; mining machinery; a mining region.
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Keywords:  non, metallic, activities, ores
Metal ore Non-metallic ores Other mining activities
Keywords:  act, business, working, making
The act or business of making mines or of working them.