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THE MEANING OF GEOSTATISTICAL RESEARCH IN THE LIGHT OF THE CONCEPT OF ASSESSING VALUES OF LIGNITE DEPOSITS

 
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Wroclaw University of Technology
Mining Science 2015;22(Special Issue 2):105–112
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ABSTRACT
The article presents the role of geostatistical research in identification (and minimization) of a geological risk against the background of the concept presented, aiming at assessing the value of lignite deposits from the perspective of integrated entities, i.e. mines and power stations. A detailed review of the solutions in geostatistics is to prove their usefulness and convince about the purposefulness of their application. The issue of optimization of sampling the deposit is important in defining its value, and at the same time its future development. In addition, on each stage of the chain of creating the value, the areas were defined of uncertainties and a number of risk which are attached with reference to the solution proposed of assessing the deposit value.
CORRESPONDING AUTHOR
Justyna Woźniak   
Wroclaw University of Technology, Wybrzeze Wyspianskiego 27, 50-370 Wroclaw, Poland
 
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