What are the benefits and drawbacks of subsurface mining?
- Surface mining is very dangerous.
- Subsurface mining is safer
- Subsurface mining is cheaper,
- Subsurface mining is faster
Surface mining is safer and easier than subsurface mining. Surface mining does more damage to the environment than subsurface. Surface mining creates more of a mess then subsurface or open cut mining. ON TH OTHER HAND- Subsurface mining is very dangerous. Subsurface mining allows you to retreive minerals from underground. Subsurface mining requires you to go underground, where you will have very little air.
Surface mining is used where the ore or material to be extracted is located fairly close to the surface. The overlying ground cover is removed, the material is mined, and the ground cover is ordinarily replaced. Subsurface mining is used where the material is in veins deep beneath the surface, or obstructed (by rock layers, water tables, or other strata) in a way that make surface access impractical. Early mines used existing caves, but technology…
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Of course, it depends what type of mining you are referring to, the location, the material, etc. The most common and obvious advantage to any mining is purely economical- money, and whatever material is being mined (Like mining coal for fuel). And the most significant drawback is environmental- Mining, in general, is terrible for the environment (Some types of mining more than others). However, mining usually invoves the complete destruction and devastation of whatever environment…