by sp dontalaa 2015 cited by 42 — coal mining's environmental effects persist for years after coal is removed. most coal mine methane come from underground mines. while this methane is
employment, health, economic stability and environmental protection need not be that it is not possible to ignore the impact of mining on daily living. underground coal mining is far more dangerous than surface mining,
by j li 2016 cited by 3 — 8032 underground mines and 67862 open-pit,provides a strong 1.1 the environmental impact of open pit mining. 1.1.1 the destruction of land resources.
the loss of soil water inevitably leads to severe ecological deterioration. furthermore, the plant density, coverage, and biomass are affected by
hundreds of tons of rock are unearthed, moved, and crushed in mining operations significantly increasing the amount of dust and particulates in the air. in addition,
by hb sahu 2015 cited by 19 — mining has several adverse impacts including air, water and soil pollution, socio-economic problems and effect on wildlife population and their behaviour. there
when mining waste containing iron sulphides is allowed to lie unsheltered and comes under the effects of weather and wind, it will crumble through an oxidation
underground coal mining can affect wells and springs used as water supplies. in virginia, concerns over such impacts are felt by both surface owners. environmental geology volume 29, pages8493(1997)cite this article. 204 accesses.
the impact of ug mines on the surrounding are following: changes in land use and land cover; seismicity due to blasting; emission of dust into
by kj bansah 2016 cited by 71 — four prominent small scale underground mines were studied to identify the safety environmental issues related to small scale underground mining in ghana.
by l ning — underground coal mining will cause large-scale surrounding rock movement, would lead to geological disasters and ecological environment problems. of underground mining conditions and probed into effects of the aforementioned
by ao altun 2010 cited by 63 — causes of underground mining activities such as subsidence, slope documentation of environmental impacts related to underground mining,
surface mining (another name for 'strip mining') can severely erode the soil or reduce its fertility; pollute waters or drain underground water reserves; scar or altar
but mining can be hazardous to the environment. for surface mines, miners clear the land of soil and plants. nearby lakes and streams may be
by b zhengfu 2010 cited by 303 — the production of coal mining wastes can be decreased 10 by reuse of mining wastes as underground fills, or by using the waste as fuel for power plants or for
mining is the extraction of minerals and other geological materials of economic value from deposits on the earth. mining adversely affects the
by rk tiwary 2001 cited by 422 — it isexcavated by both opencast and underground mining methods andaffects the environment, especially water resources, by discharginghuge amounts of mine
the effects of mining coal on the environment. there are 2 ways to mine coal strip mining and underground mining both ways have their own impact to the
by k environmental — industry and may significantly impact the environment. the impacts are often more pronounced for open-pit mines than for underground mines, which tend to
some forms of mining also require the draining of underground water reservoirs called aquifers, which can cause serious impacts — like drying