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  • Mason, Leah; Prior, Timothy; Mudd, Gavin; Giurco, Damien (Elsevier, 2011)
    The concept of `peaks' in the production of natural resources has attracted attention in the area of energy production, with concerns about `peak oil? driving recent research and investment in alternative sources of energy. ...
  • Giurco, Damien; Prior, Timothy; Mason, Leah; Mohr, Steve; Mudd, Gavin (Engineers Media Pty Ltd, 2012)
    Mining in Australia is booming. Notwithstanding, production conditions are progressively transitioning from the mining of ?cheaper, easily accessible and higher quality ores? to ?lower grade, more remote, complex and ...
  • Cooper, Carlia; Franks, Daniel; Mason, Leah; Giurco, Damien; Evans, Geoff (Institute for Sustainable Futures, 2009-10-27)
    Minerals and metals will continue to play an important role in underpinning the future prosperity of our society. However, to confront the challenge of sustainability, the way in which resources are currently used, and ...
  • Cooper, Carlia; Franks, Daniel; Mason, Leah; Giurco, Damien; Evans, Geoff (Institute for Sustainable Futures, 2009-10-27)
    Minerals and metals will continue to play an important role in underpinning the future prosperity of our society. However, to confront the challenge of sustainability, the way in which resources are currently used, and ...
  • Giurco, Damien; Cooper, Carlia; Mason, Leah; Evans, Geoff; Moffat,; Littleboy, (Engineers Australia, 2009)
    The ways in which Australia?s minerals resources are used to support sustainable futures merits serious and broad discussion. This paper reviews the issues associated with minerals and sustainability and the contemporary ...
  • Giurco, Damien; Prior, Timothy; Mason, Leah; Mudd, Gavin (The New Zealand Society for Sustainability Engineering and Science, 2010)
    Peak minerals adopts the Hubbert metaphor for peak oil to highlight issues associated with initial mining of `cheaper, more accessible and higher quality ores? pre-peak, to `lower grade, more remote, complex and expensive ...