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Mining in New Zealand Wikipedia

Coal mining produced almost 4 million tonnes of coal in 2014, of which 44% was exported. In 2016 it was down to 2,834,956 tonnes. New Zealand coal reserves are in excess of 15 billion tonnes, mainly in Waikato, Taranaki, West Coast, Otago and Southland. Over 80% of the reserves are in Southland lignite deposits worth $100 billion. Coal is produced from four underground and 21 opencast mines.

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Black Sand Gold Mining

Black Sand Gold Mining. Gold mining on a beach sounds like fun but is it really? On nice day it may seem like the place to be. But out in the sun on hot hot beach shoveling sand may not be so much fun. There are a number of black sand beaches on the west coast of the South Island NZ that have been successfully mined for gold.

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Mining Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

During a dredging boom in the early 1900s there were 40–50 dredges on the West Coast, but these had largely disappeared by the First World War. Larger electric dredges were developed in the 1920s and 1930s, often with overseas capital. Coal mining. The West Coast is the only part of New Zealand where high-quality bituminous coal is found.

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Mine For Gold

A lot of gold ends up in the sea and on the West Coast of New Zealand many black sand beaches are gold rich. The difficulty with mining the black sand beaches in the past has been separating the gold out as black sand is very heavy and the fine gold is often lost using traditional separation methods trying to

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Mining gold: New Zealand historic heritage conservation

The principal New Zealand goldfields were Coromandel, Nelson/Marlborough, Central Otago and West Coast. The two main types of gold mine were: 'hard rock' quartz mines, and; alluvial mining which included panning and cradling, sluicing and dredging.

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Coal on the coast: between a rock and a hard place New

Claustrophobic burrows deep in the ground, dust, noise and danger of roof collapse and explosion—prising coal from the earth was never a task for the fainthearted. Ron “Sparrow” Sparks has been coaling on the West Coast for 32 years, living the hard life of the mine which still forms the heart of many Coast communities.

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On the hunt for illegal miners as a new gold rush hits New

Dec 27, 2016Dean McNamara runs the popular website mineforgold.co.nz and is the great-grandson of a gold miner who died in a west coast gold mine. He caught the

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Historic Big River Quartz Mine: Victoria Forest Park, West

Ore was hoisted up the shaft and stored in bins to be processed. Waste rock was dumped nearby creating the mullock heap. The Reefton goldfields were once abundant with such structures. Today this poppet head is the only surviving original on the West Coast and one of only two left in New Zealand, the other being at Oturehua in Central Otago.

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West Coast miners fear their way of life is Stuff.co.nz

Jul 28, 2018Mining is a passion and a way of life for West Coast miners. To mine the area, the miners lift up 40cm of top soil and move it before blasting the underlying rock with explosives. They then dig

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Guides New Zealand, S Island Gold Mining Dave's

New Zealand’s gold rush, in the mid to late 1800’s was after the big rush in California. So called Fossicking, IE, gold panning is allowed in many areas with special “fossicking” sites available for visitor’s to use free of charge. this mine is a basic example of what a hard rock mine looks like. They also have displays about

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Pororari River and Inland Pack Track West Coast, New

Pororari River and Inland Pack Track is a 30.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Runanga, West Coast, New Zealand that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

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New Zealand Top Hard Rock songs Chart.fm

New Zealand Top Hard Rock songs Stream and World Chart of the most popular songs, albums, podcast and live shows across all genres, ranked by countries and streaming worldwide. Streaming Chart are based on plays, sales of songs through audio streaming services like iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, Google Play Music, Apple Music and Tidal in all countries of the world. in New Zealand

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Keep It Dark Mine, Reefton, Buller District, West Coast

Keep It Dark Mine, Reefton, Buller District, West Coast Region, New Zealand : The Keep It Dark gold mine, achieved the fourth highest output for gold for any mine in the Reefton area, crushing 333 780 tonnes of quartz for 182 616 ounces of gold, at a grade of 17g/t. The

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Jade Creek (Olderog Creek; Dalziel), Hokitika, Westland

Most nephrite in New Zealand comes from the West Coast of the South Island, centred particularly on Hokitika, its main street full of shops selling the material. Nephrite is usually found as loose boulder float, in streams or rivers, and turfed onto the surface by historic gold mining, at a

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Pike River Coal Hydraulic Mine Design on New Zealand's

Greymouth on the West Coast of the South Island, New Zealand. Fig. 1 Location of the Pike River Coalfield OWNERSHIP New Zealand OilGas Limited (“NZOG”) is the majority shareholder in Pike River Coal Company (PRCL) at 68.7 %, Saurashtra Fuels 10.6 % and minor shareholdings held by 31 private New Zealand and Australian

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Beautiful Places You Must See on a North Island New

Jun 14, 2020Located 48 kilometres off the coast from Whakatane, White Island isn’t only the most active volcano in the North Island, but the whole of New Zealand! Back in the day sulphur mining was attempted, though due to a lahar incident in 1914 production was stopped and it has since become a tourist destination.

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ALBUM West Coast New Zealand History

West Coast New Zealand History (3rd Apr 2020). Cutting a new road, Paringa-Haast section.ca.1960`s. ALBUM -.In Website West Coast New Zealand History.

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DoC accused of failing conservation of West Coast coal mine

Coal on the coast: between a rock and a hard place accused of failing in its conservation role and being conflicted after it made a neutral submission on a proposed coal mine on the West Coast. DoC accused of failing conservation of West Coast coal mine 0:00 / 3:58. Radio New Zealand. News. Geography Slow-motion earthquakes

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Epic 2-Week South Island New Zealand Itinerary Road Trip

The West Coast of New Zealand has a gold rush similar to what happened in the west coast of the U.S.A. and the tiny town of Ross was a hot spot for gold. Try your hand a panning for gold or take a short hike to spot gold rush artifacts. If you want a great spot to stop for the night, the new Ross Top 10 Holiday Park is awesome. Right up on the

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'Fossil' Hat Answers in Genesis

This miner's hat is rock hard. It was found in a mine in Tasmania where it had been covered with water for more than 50 years. Over that time the chemicals in the water precipitated within the open structure of the felt material of the soft hat, thus turning the soft hat into stone by a process called calcification, which means that solid

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N.Z. Crisis Minister Grapples With Lost Miners, Quake

Nov 23, 2010Gerry Brownlee, the New Zealand minister charged with cleaning up the country’s worst earthquake in 80 years, is now grappling with a mining disaster just three months later.

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History of minerals and coal New Zealand Petroleum and

New Zealand was colonised primarily for agricultural land rather than for its mineral wealth. As an increasing number of European settlers arrived after 1840, they started to search for metals (particularly gold) and coal. Gold rushes in the 1860s led to the migration of men to previously remote areas in Otago, the West Coast, and Coromandel.

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The Denniston Rose (The Denniston Rose #1) by Jenny Pattrick

Rose, a five year child and her mother ride up the perilously steep incline late one night to Denniston. Denniston is a coal mining town high on a plateau on the west coast of New Zealand. This is the 1880s. Life is tough as only a makeshift town exists. Rose's mother takes up with Jimmy Cork, a drunkard. Rose is left to fend for herself.

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'Fossil' Hat Answers in Genesis

This miner's hat is rock hard. It was found in a mine in Tasmania where it had been covered with water for more than 50 years. Over that time the chemicals in the water precipitated within the open structure of the felt material of the soft hat, thus turning the soft hat into stone by a process called calcification, which means that solid

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N.Z. Crisis Minister Grapples With Lost Miners, Quake

Nov 23, 2010Gerry Brownlee, the New Zealand minister charged with cleaning up the country’s worst earthquake in 80 years, is now grappling with a mining disaster just three months later.

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History of minerals and coal New Zealand Petroleum and

New Zealand was colonised primarily for agricultural land rather than for its mineral wealth. As an increasing number of European settlers arrived after 1840, they started to search for metals (particularly gold) and coal. Gold rushes in the 1860s led to the migration of men to previously remote areas in Otago, the West Coast, and Coromandel.

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The Denniston Rose (The Denniston Rose #1) by Jenny Pattrick

Rose, a five year child and her mother ride up the perilously steep incline late one night to Denniston. Denniston is a coal mining town high on a plateau on the west coast of New Zealand. This is the 1880s. Life is tough as only a makeshift town exists. Rose's mother takes up with Jimmy Cork, a drunkard. Rose is left to fend for herself.

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Calls to open DOC stewardship land for mining Otago

May 15, 2020But he says additional mining jobs would come nowhere near filling the gap left by tourism. "There are plenty of gold mines operating already on stewardship land. We need a range of jobs especially in places like the glaciers." In 2019, West Coast tourism employed 23% of the region's workforce -- a total of 3600 jobs, generating $276 million a

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Paturau New Zealand

Paturau in North West Nelson, has been farmed by five generations of Richards, since John Henry Richards bought 500 acres of virgin bush for £1/acre in 1898.Bordered by the Kahurangi National Park; sand dunes and weathered limestone bluffs meet raupo swamps, fantails fly among native trees dripping with ephiphytes, and cattle and sheep graze while a razor back pig trots into scrub.

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A Wild South Island Road Trip Young Adventuress

Fox Glacier The Wild West Coast. If I had to chose, I’d say the drive down the West Coast of the South Island is one of my faves. It is a stunner! Definitely stop in Hokitika it’s one of my favorite weird little towns on the west coast. Originally settled back in 1860 during the gold rush, it used to be so much bigger than it is now.

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West Coast to East Coast Road Trip Suggestions and Advice

Aug 06, 2014Road Trips West Coast to East Coast Road Trip Suggestions and Advice G'day, Thanks very much for your time. An old college buddy and I want to take a

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Lyell New Zealand

M ā ori prospectors were the first to obtain gold from the Lyell region, and potentially sparked a prosperous gold rush for the area. Native M ā ori knew of the gold's existence in the Lyell area, but due to their fascination with greenstone, they did not prize it. However, after Eparara, a M ā ori prospector, and four other miners, discovered a 'dumbbell' shaped nugget weighing 19½ ounces

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An Archaeologist's Guide to Mining Terminology

The authors present a glossary of mining terminology commonly used in Australia and New Zealand. The definitions and useages come from historical and contemporary sources and consideration is given to those most frequently encountered by archaeologists. The terms relate to alluvial mining, hard rock mining, ore rlll9 processing, and coal mining

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Drilling begins amid New Zealand mine rescue

breaking news; Drilling begins amid New Zealand mine rescue. RESCUERS have begun drilling a 525m hole to allow further air testing deep inside the collapsed New Zealand mine where 29 men are trapped.

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Treasures of the West Coast Scenic Australia

The west coast of this wide, brown land features some of the most spectacular and rare landscapes in the world. Big skies, deep gorges, plains that stretch to the horizon and all the colours of the rainbow. It is country tied deeply to ancient lore and generations of stories, and a place that will lay claim to your heart.

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BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE

BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE: it had its eyes on the highly prized areas of New Zealand‘s conservation estate. Mining has been prohibited in these Schedule 4 areas since 1997. This brought the mining Northland and the West Coast of the

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