an rock like deposit of animal skeleton just below the ocean surface is a scavenger.
It's called 'open cast' mining. Usually bulldozers are used to remove the topsoil, so that the diggers can get at the product to be mined. Once the supply is used up, the topsoil is normally replaced, removing all trace that mining took place.
strip mining Also known as open-cast mining (UK).
It was an important silver ore mining area.You can read about Comstock Lode's history at the link below:
To refrain world powers from spoiling the 100% lakes below Antarctica's ice and to stop them from mining the on and below Antarctica's land surface. In short: Refrain world powers from mining the **** out of it.
Strip mining is used to recover valuable ores and coal which are located at or slightly below the surface. The overburden (soil, gravel, rock, or other material) covering the deposit is removed to allow for access to the desired material. Once the material is removed, the land is reclaimed by replacing the overburden, and replanting native vegetation.
Halite is one of the most common minerals found in the crust of the earth. It is extracted by surface and below surface mining methods either by excavation or by blasting.
i havent seen it butit probably tells about the core outer core mantle mining and that stuff.
Quarrying is above ground, mining is below
Mining natural resource produces environmental impacts. Responsible mining operations consider these impacts, and address their potential damage as part of their mining operations. Impacts might include "... erosion, formation of sinkholes, loss of biodiversity, and contamination of soil, groundwater and surface water by chemicals from mining processes." This list according to Wikipedia, below.
Surface mining is used to produce most of the coal because it is less expensive than underground mining. Surface mining can be used when the coal is buried less than 200 feet underground.In surface mining, giant machines remove the top soil and layers of rock known as "overburden" to expose the coal seam. Once the mining is finished, the dirt and rock are returned to the pit, the topsoil is replaced, and the area is replanted.Underground mining, sometimes called deep mining, is used when the coal is buried several hundred feet below the surface. Some underground mines are 1,000 feet deep. To remove coal in these underground mines, miners ride elevators down deep mine shafts where they run machines that dig out the coal.
Below the Surface was created in 1938.