Baryte Mining Degradation

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  • CHAPTER 12

    12.3 Mining, Energy And Water 123. 12.3.1 Mining Sector 123. 12.3.2 Energy Sector 123 ... The rock types are subject to weathering of the bedrock and erosion by drainage networks and slope degradation in common. There are also some pans in the hardveld in the area around Lephepe. ... sand, crushed stone, jasper, mica, feldspar, and baryte ...