Best Practice in Mine Rehabilitation Course Featured Carlson Natural Regrade

The Universidad Complutense Madrid recently presented an International Complutense Course featuring world-renowned specialists in the design and modeling of fluvial geomorphic mine restorations. A total of 36 attendees came from nine countries representing five continents. The lecturers and trainers included Professor Greg Hancock from the University of Newcastle (Australia), an international authority on the use […] ...
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Complutense University of Madrid to host Carlson Natural Regrade Course

MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (June 2018) — Nicholas Bugosh, Carlson GeoFluv technical director, will be lecturing an international course on Fluvial Geomorphic Design and Landscape Evolution Modeling, by qualified training, for current and future best practices in mine rehabilitation at the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, in September 18 – 21, 2018. The science of Geomorphology […] ...
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Geomorphic reclamation using Carlson Natural Regrade in Spain

The research this article connects to details a geomorphic-based process of mining reclamation carried out at the El Machorro mine (at the edge of the Alto Tajo Natural Park, East Central Spain), which utilized the GeoFluv™ method within Carlson Natural Regrade software. It was used to design small watersheds as part of the mining reclamation […] ...
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Sustainable Mining Through Geomorphic Rehabilitation Seminar, Nov. 24

Associate Professor José F. Martin Duque of the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, will be presenting a free seminar entitled “Sustainable Mining through Geomorphic Rehabilitation Examples from the European Union and South America” on Friday, November 24, at the University of Newcastle in Callaghan, New South Wales, Australia.  The seminar will begin at 2:15 p.m. […] ...