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By U. Aswathanarayana

Via an exploration of the hyperlinks among geologic atmosphere, mining and strategy applied sciences, economics, atmosphere and stakeholder groups, this article addresses ways that the mineral should be made secure, effective and ecologically sustainable, focusing particularly upon the next key themes:· a assessment of the present prestige of the realm mining undefined, and the environmental demanding situations it faces. · hyperlinks among the mode of prevalence of a mineral and the methods of mining it · the impression of mining at the atmosphere by way of and waste · well-being outcomes coming up from a number of the dangers of mining · the environmental influence of procedure applied sciences, and keep an eye on applied sciences to make the mining undefined ecologically sustainable · equipment of rehabilitation of mined land, and reuse of mine wastes and mine water · socio-economic dimensions of the mining undefined.

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Surface features: such as heavily forested areas, desert terrain, seasonal depth and rate of flow of surface bodies of water (such as streams and ponds), presence of monuments or structures of archeological, religious or cultural importance, burial areas, settlements, etc. are to be recorded. Natural hazards: Some areas may be subject to natural hazards, such as, earthquakes, volcanoes, floods, avalanches, bush fires, insect plagues, etc. Their frequency and intensity need to be ascertained and recorded.

The technology for compliance is substantially transferable. The real culprits are state-run companies, and more so, the artisanal miners. Artisanal gold mining using the highly polluting mercury amalgam method is common. The Ministry of Mines and Energy has about 100 inspectors. It is an almost impossible task for them to monitor all the mining operations (the Indonesian archipelago is spread over 3700 km, with probably the world’s most difficult terrain to travel). 3 Economics of environmental protection in mining Maxwell and Govindarajulu (1999, p.

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