Artificial island

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An island that is constructed by humans rather than formed by natural means, usually in waters less than 30 m deep. In the mining industry they are commonly used to support the construction of service or ventilation shafts for underground mines extending offshore. Cruickshank
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms

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