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. […] ...

Natural Regrade with GeoFluv Shows Results

Dr. Yaron Ziv of Ben-Gurion University of Negev, Israel, toured Natural Regrade reclamation sites on March of this year with Nicholas Bugosh, developer of the GeoFluv™ reclamation design method that is used in Carlson Software’s Natural Regrade. Bugosh accompanied Dr. Ziv as they viewed more than 2000 acres of mining-disturbed lands at active and fully […] ...
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Follow the Water with Carlson Natural Regrade

Is It Time to Follow – Not Force – The Water? “Why spend money building something that’s unnatural when doing it nature’s way works better,” says Geo-Fluv™ developer Nicholas Bugosh. The Geo-Fluv™ method is available in Natural Regrade, a Carlson software product developed for the reclamation of disturbed land that has gained extensive use at mine sites […] ...
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Carlson Natural Regrade Presented at 30th Annual ISMR Technology Transfer Seminar

Carlson Software’s GeoFluv Technical Director, Nicholas Bugosh, participated in the Computer Software Workshop on December 5, 2016 at the Indiana Society of Mining and Reclamation (ISMR) Technology Transfer Seminar in Evansville, Indiana. Bugosh’s section, Using the GeoFluv™ Design Method in Carlson Natural Regrade to Solve Disturbed Land Reclamation Problems, explained why the GeoFluv fluvial geomorphic landform design […] ...