Subsurface Mining and its Environmental Impacts by Cayla,
Subsurface mining consists of digging tunnels or shafts into the earth to reach buried mineral deposits. This form of mining is most commonly used for zinc, lead, nickel, tin, gold, copper, diamonds, phosphate, salt, coal, and uranium.What Are the Different Types of Mining? | Reference,Mining is further divided into several other categories including room and pillar mining, slope mining, block caving, quarrying, open-pit mining and in situ mining. Surface mining involves stripping surface vegetation, dirt, bedrock and other layers of the earth to reach ore deposits underneath.3 major types of subsurface mining - BINQ Mining,Mining is the process by which commercially valuable mineral resources are into one of two major categories: surface and subsurface (or underground) mining.. toward the knowledge acquired from edition of your online library.