the ADFA MULTI-OBJECTIVE DECISION MAKING FOR PLANNED RELOCATION OF PEOPLE WHILE DEVELOPING SURFACE MINES IN DENSELY POPULATED AREAS

@inproceedings{Zahir2008theAM,
  title={the ADFA MULTI-OBJECTIVE DECISION MAKING FOR PLANNED RELOCATION OF PEOPLE WHILE DEVELOPING SURFACE MINES IN DENSELY POPULATED AREAS},
  author={Sajjad Zahir and Ruhul A. Sarker},
  year={2008}
}
Coal is the most highly used source of energy for generating power in the world. Although, it has adverse environmental impacts (Weart, 2003), it is so widely used mainly because it is relatively cheap, abundantly available and readily fits with traditional power generation technologies. It is extracted from mines using both underground and surface mining techniques – either of them having advantages and disadvantages (Thomas, 2002). Surface mining methods (i.e., open pit, strip or mountain top… CONTINUE READING

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