ISL

(redirected from In-situ leaching)
AcronymDefinition
ISLIsland
ISLIceland (ISO Country code)
ISLIBM (International Business Machines Corporation) Software Labs
ISLIslamabad (Pakistan)
ISLIndependent School League
ISLInter-Switch Link (Cisco)
ISLIndoor Soccer League (various locations)
ISLInstitute of Shipping Economics and Logistics
ISLInvestment Services Limited
ISLIllinois State Library
ISLIntelligent Systems Laboratory
ISLIndian Sign Language
ISLInternational Sign Language (auxiliary language)
ISLImpact on Student Learning (various organizations)
ISLInformation Systems Limited (various locations)
ISLInternational Student Life (various schools)
ISLInformation Systems Laboratory
ISLInter Subnetwork Link
ISLInter Switch Link
ISLIndustry Solutions Labs
ISLInter Satellite Link
ISLIntermediate Silicon Layer
ISLInternal Systems Limited
ISLIntegrated Service-Learning (various schools)
ISLIn-Situ Leaching (Uranium mining)
ISLInitial System Loader
ISLInformation Solutions Ltd. (various locations)
ISLIndia Software Lab (IBM)
ISLIsland Soccer League (Bermuda)
ISLInverse Square Law (physics)
ISLFrench-German Research Institute Saint Louis
ISLIntersatellite Link
ISLInertial Systems Laboratory (US NASA)
ISLIntegrated Systems Laboratory
ISLInternational School of Lausanne (Lausanne, Switzerland)
ISLInteractive System Language
ISLIndustrial Security Letter
ISLInformation Security Laboratory (various locations)
ISLInternational School of Luxembourg
ISLIndustry Solutions Lab (IBM)
ISLInternet Solutions Limited (Canada)
ISLInstitute of State and Law
ISLInvoluntary Stress Leave
ISLIntegrated Stop Loss (insurance)
ISLIntermediate Silicon Layers
ISLIndividual Stop Loss (insurance industry)
ISLIntegrated Schottky Logic
ISLIndeterminate Sentence Law (California)
ISLIntegrated Sidelobe Level
ISLIn Silico Liver
ISLInstallation Sequence List
ISLInside Skin Line
ISLIndustrial Safety Legislation
ISLInitial/Integrated Stock List
ISLIntersite Link
ISLItem Study Listings
ISLInbucon Services, Ltd. (Canada)
ISLIMO ShortList (International Mathematical Olympiad)
ISLIsospin Facility
ISLIntegrated Services Lab (Sprint - Ion Lab)
ISLInter-Shelter LAN
ISLIce Strengthened Lifeboat
ISLIntegral Senior Living, LLC (senior care residential facilities; Carlsbad, CA)
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The focus will be the ion adsorption deposits, which could be exploited with the lowest environmental impact of any of the main ore types using a well-controlled in-situ leaching operation.
The topic that generated a lot of interest from the audience was in-situ leaching, where dissolving solutions are pumped into a borehole to extract minerals and salts.
Here they apply the approach to some important physical processes in rock mechanics, particularly involving in in-situ leaching, that have only been studied by engineers before now.
In early, uranium deposits were explored by open pit mining and underground mining methods especially till the depth of 150-200m and later on ISL (in-situ leaching) mining method was used[4].
The license would authorize Strata to construct, operate and ultimately decommission the facility, which would use in-situ leaching to recover uranium from underground ore and convert the recovered uranium into yellowcake for use in producing nuclear fuel.
Uranium ore is mined in several ways: by open pit, underground, in-situ leaching, and borehole mining.
Summary: A laboratory simulation study was carried out to check the possibility of alkaline in-situ leaching of uranium from an arkosic type of sandstone recovered from a specific location at a depth of 300-500 m.
Today, all mining in Texas is done through a process called "in-situ leaching," in which oxygenated water is sent into the aquifers to dissolve the uranium.
Almost all of the concentrate production in 2002 came from in-situ leaching. Employment in the U.S.
The group also has extensive knowledge in in-situ leaching technology.
The controversial mining technique, acid in-situ leaching, has been used in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc where it has been linked with extensive groundwater contamination.
The abundance of low-grade copper-bearing materials and their amenability to treatment via heap, dump or in-situ leaching followed by SX-EW is reinforced by several papers dealing with this type of leaching.