This is a monumental work, consisting of almost 1300 pages in two parts. For review purposes I was provided with an eBook of Volume 1 and a hard copy of Volume 2. None of the software was provided but this can be downloaded from the website.

Volume 1 deals with the fundamental theoretical and practical concepts of planning and designing open-pit mines and makes up the first 1000 pages. In this volume, aspects such as mine planning, economic issues, orebody descriptions, pit geometry and limits, and production planning and responsible mining are discussed in detail. More ‘hands-on’ issues such as...

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