Niche Environment and Heritage is proud to sponsor the Mine Subsidence Technological Society’s tenth conference, taking place from 5th to 7th November 2017 at Pokolbin, in the Hunter Valley, NSW.
The theme of this year’s conference is Adaptive Innovation for Managing Challenges and the program includes presentations on the latest mine subsidence research, developments and case studies.
Niche heritage team leader Renée Regal will present an Overview of the Monitoring of Sandstone Overhangs for the Effects of Mining Subsidence in the Southern Coalfield, and director and archaeologist Jamie Reeves will discuss The Unexpected Outcomes of 25 Years of Subsidence Monitoring of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Sites in the Southern Coalfield NSW. The conference program is available here.
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