Current research on landform replication has shown that by manipulating the blast design it should be possible to produce a specified sequence of land forms which would evolve in a predictable manner. If the landforms could be engineered to replicate those in the surrounding natural landscape then this would provide a potentially useful technique for the reclamation of limestone quarries. The Limestone Research Group are carrying out research on this subject and this progress report contains their latest findings. It should be of interest to planners, mineral operators and others involved in the reclamation of limestone quarries.
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