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by ey tenkorang 2013 cited by 4 — the increase in leases for surface gold mining in ghana between 1983 to buy and apply fertilizer to the land before it could support crops.
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by s keita 2002 cited by 30 — worksites while minimising the impact on the environment. habitation, traditional gold and iron mining have long formed the basis of wealth and resources because of decreasing agricultural incomes due to slumps in sales or to bad crops.
the stream gravels along gold creek in powell county montana are credited with the economic effect that the mining industry has had on montana is difficult to sometimes, for different reasons, new plants on a reclamation site are not
jan 23, 2021 the effects of returning mining operations to the west would be positive. we would instantly realise – to our horror – the true cost of our supposedly green world.
sep 11, 2018 — two reality tv shows, gold rush and yukon gold, chronicle the gold mining royalties last year was around $65 — not quite enough to buy a tank up silt, choking and smothering downstream plants, insects and fish. they are asking for a study of the cumulative impacts of placer mining before another
by l weng 2014 cited by 1 — artisanal miners are engaged in the extraction of gold but there are also significant localized social and environmental impacts of asm activities in the region (hilson, 2002a interactions between mining and agriculture in cameroon, although weng et company is involved in the importation, processing and sale of gold
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jan 5, 2016 — impact of artisanal gold production on the socio-economic 5-jan-16. figure 1: geographical distribution of artisanal scale gold mining activities sudan sale points or consumption of contaminated water, animal and crop.
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by g mkodzongi 2019 cited by 25 — artisanal gold mining and farming: livelihood linkages and labour mari yaputika/gold has detonated, examining the impacts of liberating mineral farms where they grow crops for their own consumption and for sale.
by s papworth 2017 cited by 23 — the impacts of industrial agriculture on forest cover and biodiversity are significant. an estimated 15.1 million hectares of tropical forest were lost
feb 3, 2014 — annex i: human rights watch letter to east african gold any explanation and in some cases, locals indicate, destroying crops in the process. entities intending to extract minerals for sale must apply for a mining lease.
by ey tenkorang 2014 cited by 4 — the increase in leases for surface gold mining in ghana between 1983 to buy and apply fertilizer to the land before it could support crops.
new agricultural machinery allowed farmers to increase crop yields with less labor, unchallenged by the wealthy plantation owners who could buy up vast tracts of land miners discovered gold, silver, and copper in several western states. which of the following was an effect of the expansion of railroads in the west?
by ml wilson 2015 cited by 57 — artisanal and small-scale gold mining (asgm) has contributed significantly estimated to be substantial—revenue from sales through informal markets and non-traditional means. poverty and livelihood: microeconomic effects and needs agriculture and asgm in rural ghana, arguing that such mining