In this Oct. 5, 2017 photo, Marigold Mine Chief Surveyor Alan Clayson lands a drone near a leach pad at the Marigold Mine in Valmy, Nev. SSR Mining Inc. began the process of incorporating unmanned aerial vehicles at the Nevada mine in January.
In this Oct. 5, 2017 photo, Marigold Mine Chief Surveyor Alan Clayson lands a drone near a leach pad at the Marigold Mine in Valmy, Nev. SSR Mining Inc. began the process of incorporating unmanned aerial vehicles at the Nevada mine in January. The Daily Free Press via AP Suzanne Featherston
In this Oct. 5, 2017 photo, Marigold Mine Chief Surveyor Alan Clayson lands a drone near a leach pad at the Marigold Mine in Valmy, Nev. SSR Mining Inc. began the process of incorporating unmanned aerial vehicles at the Nevada mine in January. The Daily Free Press via AP Suzanne Featherston

Northern Nevada mines adopting drone technology

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