examples are the britannia mine a former copper mine in vancouver, and the tar creek mibe in picher, oklahoma which reportedly has high levels of heavy
by j pearson cited by 5 — sulfide-ore copper nickel (socn) mining is being considered in water-rich minnesota. given pollution resulting from socn mining elsewhere
is that process a bit cleaner than that of some other minerals that are being mined, or does that also have other kinds of hazards? howard: copper mining also
by rm maier 2014 cited by 19 — examination of copper consumption in china compared to the us, which is in (15) suggests that the environmental health risks posed by mining operations
by b yan 2020 cited by 8 — collected from the sediments of a typical copper mining area, south china. and associated health risk study in typical copper mining-impacted sediments.
by pn obasi 2020 cited by 11 — heavy metals are potential health risk, especially in mining sites where they food and water are the primary sources of copper exposure in
wilderness (bwca) and voyageurs national park shows the significant risk of negative fourteen sulfide-ore copper mines operating in the u.s. experienced failures that acid mine drainage negatively affects fish health and ecology.
in 1955, high copper prices drove anaconda copper mining company to open a new pit mines including the berkeley pit. pumps had to be used
by p mwaanga 2019 cited by 10 — copper mining in zambia dates back to the 1900s and this period science, mining, air pollution, environmental media, health effects. go to:
by ed bidone 2001 cited by 22 — the camaqu copper mines (ccm) were the main sulphide deposit in the potential human health hazards and risk assessment related to daily intake of
by e onello 2016 cited by 4 — sulfide mining (specifically copper-nickel sulfide mining) represents a the potential adverse mental and physical health effects of sulfide mining on mine
by b du 2020 cited by 22 — zn mining and copper smelter in guixi city, jiangxi provence, china. the mine operates in the largest porphyry lead-zinc-silver deposit in china,
by s giri 2017 cited by 33 — intended to investigate heavy metal contamination levels in the rice grown in the vicinity of the mining areas of singhbhum copper belt, india.
by m holland 2020 cited by 1 — others cause significant harm to workers (including child labour) and the people and environment around their facilities. mining for metal ore
by j rvay 2017 cited by 39 — we studied a level of environmental and health risks in the former mercury and copper mining and smelting area,. . the total mercury content was determined in
by am donoghue 2004 cited by 337 — some underground coal mines also have problems with carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphide gas. cyanide is used as a solvent for metals such as copper and
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by mn filimon 2021 — potential ecological and human health risks of heavy metals in soils in selected copper mining areas-a case study: the bor area authors.
by s kim 2008 cited by 61 — to investigate potential health risks associated with exposure to metals from an levels of cadmium, copper, arsenic, lead, and zinc were measured in the air,