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  1. Faculty of Mining and Geology Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice Prof. dr hab. inż. Krystian Probierz Mining and mineral resources of Poland. Oulu, 15 May 2014

  2. Poland has a long mining tradition stretching back over 2500 years, when in the central part of the present Polish territory flint (striped)was mined out in mines, which were considered to be the biggest ones in Europe in those days

  3. Striped flint

  4. At the same time also amber, which was very precious among others in ancient Rome, was mined on the Baltic Sea shore. Amber Road ancient trade route

  5. XII Century Salt mine Wieliczka

  6. 1561 Martin Helwig Silesia map is reversed

  7. From early Middle Age was known that Silesia is rich in minerals, especially gold ,silver and gemstone

  8. 1- Cu 2- Zn-Pb 3- Fe-Ti 4- Mo-W-Cu 5-S 6- Nacl 7- Gypsum 8- Lignite 9-Bituminuos coal

  9. POLAND, 2012 Mine/open pit 31 12 3 2 1 1

  10. Bornite Cu5FeS4 Copper ore Chalcopiryte CuFeS2 Chalkotit Cu2S

  11. The copper ore deposits are situated in the south-west of Poland, in Lower Silesia. These deposits are at the depths from 1000 – 1400 metres in the Permian – Rotliegendes and Zechstein sediments

  12. Geological cross-section

  13. Copper ore series : shale , sandstones, dolomite - limestone Copper contents : ~ 1,0% Cu.Ore minerals : chalkotite, bornite, chalcopiryte thickness :0,4–26,0m (average 2-5m)

  14. Extraction of the ore is carried out using the room-and-pillar method.