The Music Documentary

Author: Benjamin Halligan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136311041
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The Music Documentary from the Author: Benjamin Halligan. The Music Documentary offers a wide-range of approaches, across key moments in the history of popular music, in order to define and interrogate this prominent genre of film-making. The writers in this volume argue persuasively that the music documentary must be considered as an essential cultural artefact in documenting stars and icons, and musicians and their times – particularly for those figures whose fame was achieved posthumously. In this collection of fifteen essays, the reader will find comprehensive discussions of the history of music documentaries, insights in their production and promotion, close studies of documentaries relating to favourite bands or performers, and approaches to questions of music documentary and form, from the celluloid to the digital age.

Acid Rock Lsd Psychedelc Rock And The San Fransciso Sound

Author: Luke McLauchlin
ISBN: 9781329256545
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Acid Rock Lsd Psychedelc Rock And The San Fransciso Sound from the Author: Luke McLauchlin. Acid Rock is psychedelic rock played hard and heavy. Acid Rock invented the "Heavy" in Heavy Metal and the "Hard" in Hard Rock

Acid Rock

Author: Warren Murphy
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0751558095
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Acid Rock from the Author: Warren Murphy. Vickie Stoner knows some things. Things that could put a number of very wealthy, very influential men in prison if she testifies. At least one of those wealthy, influential men would prefer that she does not, and has offered one million dollars to the first assassin to silence her. Vickie just wants to pop some pills, expand her mind and bed the lead singer of Maggot and the Dead Meat Lice. Which makes her a hard girl to keep safe. There's only one man for the job . . . Remo Williams is The Destroyer, an ex-cop who should be dead, but instead fights for the secret government law-enforcement organisation CURE. Trained in the esoteric martial art of Sinanju by his aged mentor, Chiun, Remo is America's last line of defence. Breathlessly action-packed and boasting a winning combination of thrills, humour and mysticism, the Destroyer is one of the bestselling series of all time.

Acid Rock Drainage Ard And Metal Leaching Ml Potential In A Gold Deposit In Carache Canyon Of The Ortiz Mountains New Mexico

Author: Matthew Lane
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Acid Rock Drainage Ard And Metal Leaching Ml Potential In A Gold Deposit In Carache Canyon Of The Ortiz Mountains New Mexico from the Author: Matthew Lane. Mining is a process that excavates material from the earth in order to recover targeted minerals. These minerals are the raw materials used in the production of a vast array of goods used by modern society. Environment impacts from mining are a consequence of the physical excavation of material as well as subsequent effects that result from the disturbance of reactive minerals and their redistribution on the land surface. Exposure of some minerals to oxygen and water can affect their stability and generate acid rock drainage (ARD) and metal leaching (ML). Identification of rock types that will produce ARD and ML prior to disturbance allows mining operations to incorporate mitigation designs that will limit environmental degradation. The Carache Canyon gold deposit is an undeveloped ore body located in the Ortiz Mountains of central New Mexico. The primary objective of this study was to determine if the rocks in the Carache Canyon deposit are likely to create ARD and ML as a result of possible future mining activity. Rocks targeted for evaluation of ARD and ML potential included material that is in close proximity to high-grade ore that would likely become waste-rock in either an above ground or underground mining scenario. Rock samples were collected from exploratory drill cores. Analysis of the samples included inspection of thin sections, an acid base accounting (ABA) procedure, a net acid generating (NAG) procedure, a broad spectrum scan for metals, and magnetic experiments aimed at identifying certain sulfide minerals. Analytical results were used to determine the potential for ARD generation, acid neutralization, and ML, and to identify rock types for which further test-work would be required. A direct comparison of the difference between the acid generation potential (AGP) and acid neutralization potential (ANP) to predict ARD was inconclusive due to low overall AGP and ANP values. The ration of ANP to AGP provided a more definitive assessment metric for the sample set. The NAG procedure results exhibited a correlation with ANP/AGP ratios and provided a useful complementary analysis. Of the 18 samples analyzed, 13 were non-acid forming, four were uncertain and one was potentially acid forming. Kinetic studies are recommended for the uncertain and potentially acid forming rock to further determine if and when ARD will occur and the rate of acid production. Rock type and spatial distribution were not good indicators of ARD potential in the Carache Canyon deposit. Future investigations should distribute sampling locations within zones of planned disturbance at an adequate interval to address material heterogeneity and identify ARD producing material prior to disturbance. Six samples identified as potentially acid forming or uncertain were selected for a multi-element scan of a broad suite of metals. The concentrations of several metals were greater than five to ten times the average soil concentrations in the US in certain samples. None of the samples analyte concentrations exceeded 17 times the average soil concentrations. These results suggest that although some metals would be available to leach from waste material, the potential may be limited because of the lack of exceedingly high concentrations.