Doktoranduszok Országos Szövetsége Telkibányai terepgyakorlata - jelentkezni kell május 6-ig!

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A Doktoranduszok Országos Szövetsége Földtudományok Osztálya
2017. május 14. és 18. között terepgyakorlatot szervez Telkibányára, amelyen
szeretettel várunk minden kedves érdeklődőt. A terepgyakorlat témája:
"Sampling methods on active and abandoned mining areas", részvételi
költsége pedig 30 000 Ft/fő, ami tartalmazza a 4 nap szállást, étkezést
(reggeli, ebéd, vacsora) és a buszos utazást a terepgyakorlat alatt.


A részvételi szándékot 2017. 05. 06-ig (szombat) az askprz@uni-miskolc.hu címen lehet
jelezni.


Az esemény facebook oldalát a következő linken lehet
elérni: https://www.facebook.com/events/120297611859913/

A terepgyakorlat fő támogatója:
Miskolci Egyetem Ásványtani-Földtani Intézet; Society of Economic Geologist - Student Chapter University of Miskolc

A terepgyakorlat programja:

The Association of Hungarian PhD
and DLA Students - Department of Earth Sciences
 would like to organize a
field based workshop between 14–18 of May, 2017 at Telkibánya, Hungary.


 

The main purpose of this field based
workshop is to learn the one of the basic methods the sampling in different
mining areas.


 

During the course the participants
can learn about the theoretical, mathematical/statistical and physical aspects
of the sampling, targeted by 4 specialists in the first two days. In the other
part of the workshop the students can practice their new knowledge at field.
For this, four different active and abandoned mining areas will be visited:


 

  •      A one-day long field trip next to
    Telkibánya where is an abandoned, medieval ore field and underground gold mine.
    The area is rehabilitated by the nature in the last 200 years. The sampling
    exercise will be separated to two different parts. The first is to use portable
    XRF equipment 
    and geophysical measurement to measure the potassium
    content
     in the ~500 m long Mária-adit. During this work, the students
    will be separated in 2 groups and make a sketch about the walls of the mine
    and mark the points of the measurements on it. In the second part of the day
    the group will make systematic rock and soil sampling on the surface
    along the Mária-adit.


 

  •      On the next day we are going to
    travel to Smolník area, Slovakia. Smolník is a closed gold and copper mining
    area, where serious acid rock drainage may still be observed due to the high
    amount of sulphide minerals in waste rocks and tailings. The rehabilitation of
    the area is not completed. During the field work the students will make water
    and waste rock sampling and characterisation. This work will focus on the natural
    water flows
     and the participants will practise in water sampling.
    The students will take samples from the waste dumps and tailings. In the end of
    the day the sample preparation and the evaluation of the measurements will be
    the task.


 

  •      On the next day Pálháza perlite
    quarry will be visited. The company will take a presentation about their mining
    activities and what they are producing (expanded perlite). The
    participants can take rock samples from 6–8 different parts of the deposit.
    In the laboratory of the quarry they can learn different methods to
    measure the swelling capacity of the perlite and methods how to make
    average samples from the raw material.


 

Üdvözlettel:


Papp Richárd Zoltán

elnök - Doktoranduszok Országos Szövetsége - Földtudományok
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