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Using Bore Hole Imaging for Mine Rescue / Recovery Programmes

It started when he was called out on Friday 29 November 2010 to Pike River Mine in New Zealand. Project Investigations Manager at Solid Energy New Zealand, John Taylor, and his team were called to provide assistance in assessing some of the damage on the underground work.

In this whitepaper, John gives us his first-hand experience and explains how the team used bore hole imaging to produce an accurate picture of the mine explosion impact.

Using Bore Hole Imaging for Mine Rescue / Recovery Programmes.

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