Tuesday, 30 September 2014

GEOVIA Minesched




MineSched is employed by surface and underground mining operations of all types and sizes to produce long-term and short-term schedules, that will meet all of a mine's targets. MineSched can schedule from pre-created block, grid, and polygon models that originate from many different mine planning systems, including GEOVIA Surpac and GEOVIA Minex.
The software is known for its broad set of capabilities, proven scheduling algorithms, and ability to output results in a wide variety of formats, including 2D and 3D graphics, worksheet-based reports, Gantt charts, and even in an interactive 3D viewer. Most importantly, MineSched creates schedules that improve productivity and profits beyond what could be achieved by manual scheduling
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micromine v11


Micromine is a modular solution that allows you to capture, manage and interpret critical mining and exploration data. As an explorer, Micromine provides you with an in-depth understanding of your project so you can target prospective regions more accurately, increasing the chance of your project’s success. As a miner, Micromine gives you easy-to-use modelling, estimation, and design tools to simplify your day-to-day design and production tasks.



MapSource v 6.16.3



MapSource est le logiciel utilisé sur les GPS Garmin pour mettre à jour les bases de données de leurs cartes




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Thursday, 25 September 2014

About this book
This Golden Press edition was continuously in print from 1957 through the 1970's (first from Simon and Schuster, then from Western Publishing). A guide to identifying rocks and minerals, and an explanation of their importance in our daily lives. Lavishly illustrated and clearly written, the Golden Guides were the most popular and revered series of science and nature books for young people ever published, inspiring many a future scientist.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Golden Press; 1st edition (1957)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0006AUWR0
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
                                                                        


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Tuesday, 23 September 2014




De nombreuses questions importantes, qu'elles soient liées à la science ou à l'Homme, sont mieux traitées si l'on maîtrise les bases scientifiques de notre planète. Car la Terre, par-dessus ou par-dessous, est le théâtre de multiples phénomènes qui façonnent notre environnement et le font évoluer. Ce livre de géologie les présente dans leur diversité d'échelles d'espace et de temps. Il offre un aperçu exhaustif des méthodes et techniques de cette discipline, en étudiant la nature des principaux terrains meubles et roches ainsi que leurs propriétés. Il fait comprendre comment les conditions géologiques influencent les activités de l'ingénieur, et fait prendre conscience des richesses en ressources du sous-sol et de la manière de les gérer intelligemment. Privilégiant une approche basée sur la résolution de problèmes, cet ouvrage de synthèse didactique s'adresse à un large public d'étudiants ingénieurs ainsi qu'aux praticiens du génie civil, de l'ingénierie de l'environnement, des sciences de la Terre, de l'architecture et de l'aménagement du territoire. Il sera utile à tous ceux pour qui la compréhension du milieu qu'ils transforment est fondamentale, afin de rendre leurs actions compatibles avec notre devenir. Grâce à ses nombreux exemples et illustrations choisis dans le monde entier, ce livre instruit aussi sous la forme d'une véritable invitation au voyage. La nouvelle édition revue et augmentée de ce manuel de référence couronné par le Prix Roberval propose un nouveau chapitre dédié à la contribution de la géologie dans les grands enjeux de nos sociétés.

Détails sur le produit

  • Broché: 581 pages
  • Editeur : PPUR; Édition : 2e édition revue et augmentée (17 septembre 2009)
  • Collection : P U POLYTEC ROM
  • Langue : Français
  • ISBN-10: 2880748100
  • ISBN-13: 978-2880748104
  • Dimensions du produit: 24 x 19,6 x 3,4 cm
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Saturday, 20 September 2014

gemcom surpac 6.5.1 x86


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Gemcom GEMS 6.4


About the software
GEMS 6.4 delivers a world first, breakthrough block model conversion engine, enabling users to collaborate together using different software packages. The engine brings a new level of data sharing flexibility to the industry by providing direct conversion between different block model formats, delivering better collaboration and data integrity while saving users a great deal of time.

In addition to the patent-pending block model conversion engine, GEMS 6.4 provides powerful updates to existing functionality, as well as new features requested by users that increase productivity, including: enhanced block modelling capabilities; increased line, surface, and solid import and export options; and two point transformation profiles to transform solids and surfaces.
The release is available free of charge as part of your Update Service and Technical Support (USTS) subscription.
New Block Model Conversion Engine
  • Import block model projects from external sources, including reblocking of sub blocked models.
  • Work on tasks such as resource estimation in one package and provide them to another user in the format they use.
  • Ensures data integrity is protected.
New and Improved Block Modelling Capabilities
  • Reduce workflow steps with the ability to choose multiple interpolation profiles at the same time, and view the number of profiles being referenced.
  • Work with larger datasets and use more than 100 interpolation profiles with the interpolate and report feature.
  • Modify a block model workspace by using a distance value to extend or shrink the block model dimensions.
  • Save many more interpolated values into block model destination workspaces with improved block model saving capabilities.
  • Additional attributes are imported and populated when users import pits from Whittle Mining Sequence (.msq) files.
Enriched Importing and Exporting Features
  • Geospatial filtering is now possible through the use of clipping boundaries when importing points and lines.
  • Enhanced importing capabilities support Optech 3D rings (.xyz files), and Leapfrog mesh files.
  • Esri shapefiles can be imported as points, polylines, or polygons.
  • Expanded functionality for importing and exporting Surpac string files.
  • Import Surpac digital terrain model files as surfaces or solids.
Updates to Solids and Surfaces, Scheduling, and Licensing
  • New two point transformation profile can be used to transform the coordinates of solids and surfaces from one system to another.
  • Improved sorting capabilities in GEMS’ Production Scheduler allow for more efficient scheduling.
  • Users can see the number of available seats for a network license and the list of users using the licenses.
  • Multiple tokens on a single seat are now supported for roaming and standalone license users.
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gemcom surpac 6.4.1


About the software 
GEOVIA Surpac™ is the world’s most popular geology and mine planning software, supporting open pit and underground operations and exploration projects in more than 120 countries. The software delivers efficiency and accuracy through ease-of-use, powerful 3D graphics and workflow automation that can be aligned to company-specific processes and data flows.
Surpac addresses all the requirements of geologists, surveyors, and mining engineers in the resource sector and is flexible enough to be suitable for every commodity, orebody and mining method. Its multilingual capabilities allow global companies to support a common solution across their operations.

Surpac Benefits

  • Comprehensive tools include: drillhole data management, geological modelling, block modelling, geostatistics, mine design, mine planning, resource estimation, and more.
  • Increased efficiencies within teams result from better sharing of data, skills and project knowledge.
  • All tasks in Surpac can be automated and aligned to company-specific processes and data flows.
  • Software ease-of-use ensures staff develop an understanding of the system and of project data quickly.
  • Surpac is modular and easily customised.
  • Surpac reduces data duplication by connecting to relational databases and interfacing with common file formats from GIS, CAD and other systems.
  • Integrated production scheduling with GEOVIA MineSched™.
  • Multilingual support: English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish and French
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Friday, 19 September 2014

Guide des pierres et minéraux : Roches, gemmes et météorites [Walter Schumann]






Walter Schumann, "Guide des pierres et minéraux: Roches, gemmes et météorites"
Publisher: Delachaux et Niestlé | 2007 | ISBN: 2603014714 | French | PDF | 381 pages | 45 Mb

Ce guide contient une foule de détails relatifs aux origines de très nombreuses variétés, un tableau des éléments chimiques, un chapitre entier sur les propriétés (éclat, transparence, clivage et cassure, densité, etc.), sans compter des informations sur les modes de taille et de polissage.

Structuré en trois grandes parties concernant respectivement les minéraux, les roches et les météorites, le Guide des pierres et minéraux regroupe des centaines de photos, des descriptions précisant l'aspect, la couleur, la composition chimique, les caractères originaux de chaque élément. Il contient aussi une foule de détails relatifs aux origines
de très nombreuses variétés commerciales, un tableau des éléments chimiques, un chapitre entier sur les propriétés (éclat, transparence, clivage et cassure, densité, etc.), sans compter des informations sur les modes de taille et de polissage. Un index et une bibliographie viennent compléter cet ouvrage de référence, qui est désormais un classique du genre.

Walter Schumann est professeur émérite de Géologie à l'université de Munich.
C'est un expert connu internationalement et auteur de nombreux livres sur les minéraux et les roches.

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Petrography of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks[]


About this book
This comprehensive laboratory manual teaches students taking their first course in petrography the techniques of describing and classifying rocks as well as how to apply those techniques to common igneous and metamorphic rocks. Essential features include: a listing of common minerals with their most important distinguishing optical properties; over two hundred illustrations detailing the relation between optics and crystal morphology; an accompanying CD-ROM with color slides illustrating rock-forming minerals and the textures of rocks, many with text and audio annotations by the author; descriptions of the textures and structures of igneous and metamorphic rocks; the most important properties of all the minerals compiled in an easy-to-access, full-color table; and a chart for determining the approximate modal (volume) percentage of minerals in rocks. The classification of igneous rocks used in the book is the one proposed by the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS) Subcommission of the Systematics of Igneous Rocks. A list of commonly used rock names--many not part of the IUGS classification--is keyed to this classification. Also, the widely used Irvine- Baragar classification of volcanic rocks is included. Dr. Philpotts has organized a large amount of information to be easily and rapidly accessible. He provides students with a concrete foundation, giving them experience and confidence as they encounter the field of petrography.


Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Aquaveo Groundwater Modeling System v7.1.10 + Crack


About the software

  • GMS is developed by Aquaveo, an engineering services company with many years of experience developing groundwater modeling solutions.
  • GMS is the premier groundwater software solution to develop, characterize and visualizing groundwater simulations in true 3D environment.
Import what you need
  • Models require data from many different sources. That’s why GMS is built to easily import numerous file types:
  • Raster images including georeference and projection support.
  • Topographical maps & elevation data.
  • Borehole data including stratigraphy and geophysical data.
  • Native MODFLOW files.
  • MODFLOW files from Visual MODFLOW, Groundwater Vistas and PM Win.
  • Web data services such as TerraServer.
  • ArcGIS geodatabases and shape files.
  • CAD files including .dwg, .dgn, and .dxf formats.
  • Worldwide projection support including Cartesian and Geographic Systems.
  • File Import wizard for delimited text files and spreadsheets.
Advanced subsurface characterization
  • From cross-section editing to advanced probability statistics, GMS offers unparalleled subsurface modeling tools.
  • Generate iso-surfaces from 3D data to visualize plumes.
  • Cut cross-sections anywhere through 3D data.
  • 2D & 3D geostatistics – Kriging, IDW and Natural Neighbor.
  • Robust and fast algorithms to create solids from horizons.
How Install Groundwater Modeling System v7.1.10
1- Setup the Program.
2- Copy "GMS71" from "Crack" folder to "C:\Program Files (x86)\GMS 7.1".
3- Run the Program from Desktop. 

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Aquaveo Watershed Modeling System v8.3


About the software
  • WMS is developed by Aquaveo, an engineering services company with many years of experience developing watershed modeling solutions.
Hydraulic modeling & floodplain mapping
  • Define a stream centerline and bank stations.
  • Define cross section locations.
  • Automatically cut cross sections and derive Manning's roughness values from elevation and ground material data.
  • Export cross sections to the HEC-RAS or Simplified Dam Break hydraulic models.
  • Run the hydraulic model and read the water elevations back into WMS.
  • Read water surface elevation data from a hydraulic model or manually input known water surface elevations.
  • Create flood extents and flood depth maps using digital terrain data and water surface elevation data points.
  • Link the peak flow or complete hydrograph from any of the WMS-supported hydrologic models to an HEC-RAS hydraulic model.
Storm drain modeling
  • Draw a storm drain network or import a network from GIS.
  • Compute elevations, lengths, and slopes of pipes from underlying elevation data.
  • Link the storm drain network to your hydrologic model data.
  • Export the hydrologic model data and the storm drain network to EPA-SWMM or XP-SWMM.
  • Import existing EPA-SWMM or XP-SWMM files into WMS.
Import what you need
  • USGS DEMs - download and use any format of DEM from the USGS.
  • USGS NED data - seamless elevation data can be downloaded and read into WMS.
  • ArcGIS Raster (ASCII format) - read elevation or attribute data in gridded format from ArcGIS.
  • ESRI Shape files - read all shapes and attributes into WMS.
  • DXF and DWG CAD files - WMS now supports the latest versions of DXF and DWG.
  • TIFF, JPEG image files - images along with geo-referencing information can be read by WMS.
How Install Watershed Modeling System v8.3

1- Setup the Program.
2- Copy "wms83.exe" in "Crack" folder to "C:\Program Files (x86)\WMS83".
3- Run the Program from Desktop. 
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Aquaveo Surface Water Modeling System v10.1.8 + Crack




About this software

  • SMS is developed by Aquaveo, an engineering services company with many years of experience developing groundwater modeling solutions.
  • Aquaveo pioneered the conceptual model approach. Build a conceptual model in SMS by constructing a high level representation of the model using familiar GIS objects: points, arcs and polygons.
  • Work with large, complex models in a simple and efficient manner by using the conceptual modeling approach and easily update or change the model as needed.
3D visualization optimized for performance
  • Interact with models in true 3D.
  • Optimized OpenGL graphics for improved hardware rendering.
  • Create photo-realistic renderings.
  • Generate animations for PowerPoint or web presentations.
  • Drape images over the model and control the opacity.
  • Annotations – Add north arrows, scale bars, reference images, company logos, and more.
Advanced riverine & coastal modeling
  • SMS interfaces with a wide range of numerical models for applications including:
  • Riverine analysis.
  • Contaminate transport.
  • Sediment transport.
  • Particle tracking.
  • Rural & urban flooding.
  • Estuarine.
  • Coastal circulation.
  • Inlet & wave modeling.
Import what you need
  • Models require data from many different sources. That’s why SMS is built to easily import numerous file types:
  • Raster images including georeference and projection support.
  • Topographical maps & aerial photos.
  • Elevation & bathymetry data.
  • Web data services such as TerraServer.
  • ArcGIS geodatabases and shapefiles.
  • CAD files including .dwg, .dgn, and .dxf formats.
  • Worldwide projection support including Cartesian and Geographic Systems.
  • File Import wizard for delimited text files and spreadsheets.
    How Install Surface Water Modeling System v10.1.8
    1- Setup the Program.
    2- Copy all files in "Crack" folder to "C:\Program Files (x86)\SMS 10.1".
    3- Run the Program from Desktop. 

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    Atlas of Rock-Forming Minerals in Thin Section [W. S. MacKenzie and C. Guilford]


    About this book

    This full-colour handbook illustrates the appearance of common rock-forming minerals as seen in thin section under the polarizing microscope. The book contains over 200 photomicrographs accompanied by short descriptions and summaries of the optical properties of the various minerals. The photographs are taken in either plane-polarized light or under crossed polars, and are careefully chosen to show the features by wich the minerals can most easily recognized.

    Product Details

    Paperback: 102 Pages
    Publisher: 1980 
    Language: English

    Size: 32 MB 








    Atlas of Igneous Rocks and Their Textures First Edition 1982 & Second Impression 1984 [W. S. MacKenzie, C. H. Donaldson, and C. Guilford]




    About this book

    Atlas of igneous rocks and their textures A companion volume to the Atlas of Rock-forming Minerals in Thin Section, this full-colour handbook is designed to be used as a laboratory manual both by elementary students of earth sciences undertaking a study of igneous rocks in thin section under the microscope, and by more advanced students and teachers as a reference work. The book is divided into two parts — Part One is devoted to photographs of many of the common textures found in igneous rocks with brief descriptions accompanying each photograph. Part Two illustrates the appearance of examples of some sixty of the commonest (and a few not so common) igneous rock types; each photograph is accompanied by a brief description of the field of view shown. Nearly 300 full-colour photographs are included, and in many cases the same view is shown both in plane-polarized light and under crossed polars. A brief account of how thin sections can be prepared is included as an appendix. It is believed that the amateur geologist using these instructions will be able to make his own thin sections and, with the aid of a relatively simple microscope, enjoy the study of rocks in thin section.

    Product Details

    Paperback: 148 Pages
    Publisher: Wiley, First Edition 1982 
    Second Impression 1984 
    Language: English

    Size: 57 MB 


    Atlas of Sedimentary Rocks under the Microscope [A. E. Adams, W. S. MacKenzie, and C. Guilford]


    About this book

    Atlas of sedimentary rocks under the microscope A third volume to accompany the successful Atlas of Rock-forming Minerals in Thin Section and Atlas of Igneous Rocks and Their Textures, this full-colour handbook presents over 200 colour illustrations of the common constituents and textures of sedimentary rocks as seen using thin sections or acetate peels. Since carbonate rocks show the greatest variety of grain types half the book is devoted to them, but the authors also cover sandstones, ironstones, phosphatic rocks, evaporites and cherts. In addition to the plates and their captions a short introduction outlines the classifications used and the staining techniques applied to most of the limestone samples. Like its predecessors, this atlas provides an essential guide and laboratory manual for geology students and teachers. Amateur geologists will also find much to help them enjoy the study of sedimentary rocks under the microscope with the aid of relatively simple equipment. A.E. Adams is Lecturer in Geology at the University of Manchester. W.S. MacKenzie is Emeritus Professor of Petrology at the University of Manchester. C. Guilford was formerly Superintendent of 1
    the Department of Geology at the University of Manchester.


    Product Details

    Paperback: 104 Pages
    Publisher: Wiley; First Edition (23 July 1984) 
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 047027476X
    ISBN-13: 978-0470274767

    Size: 18 MB 

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    Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology [Myron G. Best]


    About this book

    Igneous and metamorphic petrology has over the last twenty years expanded rapidly into a broad, multifaceted and increasingly quantitative science. Advances in geochemistry, geochronology, and geophysics, as well as the appearance of new analytical tools, have all contributed to new ways of thinking about the origin and evolution of magmas, and the processes driving metamorphism.

    Product Details

    Paperback: 733 Pages 
    Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; Second Edition (13 December 2002 
    Language: English 
    ISBN-10: 1405105887 
    ISBN-13: 978-1405105880 
    Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.6 x 1.6 inches

    Size: 35 MB

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    Petrology of Sedimentary Rocks [Sam Boggs Jr]



    About this book

    Petrology of Sedimentary Rocks is an advanced textbook describing the physical, chemical, and biologic properties of the major types of sedimentary rocks, as revealed by petrographic microscopy, geochemical techniques, and field study. It covers the mineralogy, chemistry, textures, and sedimentary structures that characterise sedimentary rocks, and relates these features to the depositional origin of the rocks and their subsequent alteration by diagenetic processes during burial. In addition to detailed sections on siliciclastic rocks (sandstones, shales, conglomerates) and carbonate rocks (limestones and dolomites), it also discusses evaporites, cherts, iron-rich sedimentary rocks, phosphorites, and carbonaceous sedimentary rocks such as oil shales.

    Product Details

    Paperback: 600 Pages
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Second Edition (23 March 2009) 
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 0521897165
    ISBN-13: 978-0521897167
    Product Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.8 x 1.3 inches

    Size: 15 MB

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