Posted on 19 September, 2016 in Excursions, C4E, Partnerships

Ranger Excursion

Ranger Excursion

In mid-September, Year 11 Centre for Excellence Science students visited the Ranger Uranium Mine at Jabiru.

The students were involved in talks with a range of scientists and engineers responsible for the mine’s operation and closure activities.

This included people working in metallurgy, radiation, water management, environmental monitoring and technical projects.

Image 1: Students at a refilling pit that is being rehabilitated. 

Image 2: Students at a talk with staff regarding the environmental monitoring of Magela Creek.

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