are the socio-economic impacts of sand mining in the study area. Findings from the data analyzed using Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) revealed that sand mining has a significant socio-economic impact on the study area. Based on the findings from this study it was recommended that there should be introduction of proper management
However, sand mining often results in serious environmental problems such as soil erosion, land degradation and loss of agricultural lands. This study assesses the environmental and socio-economic impact of sand mining in Oguta Lake watershed, Imo State, South East Nigeria.
dose of toxic substances, sand dune mining impacts tend to be more subjective than objective given the present state-of-the-art. Furthermore, it was determined that the impact on defined interests could most systematically and effectively be described in terms of aesthetic, physical-biological, and socio-economic impacts.
Socio-Economic impacts of Sand and Gravel Mining activities in Nsugbe, Anambra state Nigeria. Albanian Journal of Agricultural Science Vol.12 (2), 229-235. Show more
prevalent socio-economic scenario, systemic anomalies in the seasons and coastal dynamics and anthropogenic activities. The impact of mining on heavy mineral sand in all these environment have been evaluated and possible measures to mitigate their adverse impacts have been worked out.
The Environmental and Socio-Economic Impacts of Mining on Local Livelihoods In Sierra Leone A Case Study of Tonkolili District 15 International Journal of Research in Business Studies and Management V6 I3 2019 Figures in parentheses are percentages and those out of parentheses are frequencies.*Significant at p0.05.
Socio-Economic and Envir onmental Impacts of Copper Mining Development in Meatu Distric t Tanzania , East African Journal of Social and Applied Scie nces, 1(2), 147 - 160 .
black sand mining has affected the socio economic vulnerability of an area. If carried out in a sustainable way with stakeholder involvement and proper spatial planning, it can contribute to the GDP of the country without affecting the indigenous population negatively. The focuses on
examining the impacts of instream sand harvesting on the physical and socio-economic enviroments case study of river thwake in kathiani ward. by faith sandra muthio kyalo a research proposal submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of undergraduate degree in bachelor of urban and regional planning in maasai mara university.
Nov 06, 2012 Schuldt- Experts Detail Health, Economic Impact Of Sand -012313 View Discusses the presentations by Dr Wayne Feyereisn and Steven Deller given on 1/17/13 in Caledonia, MN, about the potential health and economic impacts of frac sand mining. (See Health section for PDF of article.) Jan 24, 2013, 736 AM Amy Nelson
Sep 09, 2021 The impact that sand and gravel mining have on the environment, conflicts with goals linked to the natural dynamics of ecosystems.
EIA report on Sand Mining - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is done for the sand mining project in Haryana, India. The presentation summarizes and discusses the original EIA report.
SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS 2.29 . By 1920, gold, coal mining, and construction of the Alaska railroad sustained the local population. Construction of the statewide road system assisted population growth.The Direct Effects of the ACRL Literature and Data Review (Work Package D1c Economic Impacts Assessment).
Abstract Mineral exploitation contributes to economic growth and development in most world economies. Kenya ranks third largest producer of soda ash and seventh producer of fluorspar in the world. Export statistics indicate a constantly growing
intensive uncontrolled sand mining around the quarries leading to ecosystem imbalance, depletion of the sand and other derivatives associated with its extraction and serious environment. The adverse outcome of sand mining far outweighs the positive impact because in most cases arable lands are dug up to mine sand. This
However 76.67% of the total respondents indicated positive impact of sand mining as a means of generating income followed by development of infrastructure 30% and finally creating employment to the youth (sand worker ) represented by 26.67% . Table (i). Comparison of negative and positive socio-ecological impacts of sand mining
Recently, intensive sand mining has been reported in Poyang Lake (Wu et al. 2007). The demand for sand is driven by economic growth in the lower Yangtze River valley, where mega-cities like Shanghai and Wuhan are rapidly expanding (Zhao et al. 2006). Sand Mining in India is adversely affecting the rivers, sea, forests environment (The Hindu 2007).
The sand mining activities are important to support the socio-economic development of local people in the Mt. Merapi area as well as an additional income for local government. On the other hand, excess sand mining results in bed degradation. Therefore, combination of sand mining management and consolidation works is
Apr 01, 2016 The socio-economic impacts of mining on local communities The case of Jordan ... such as the grey wolf and sand cat. It has also an impact on the marine ecosystem in the Aqaba gulf that is located south of the phosphate mines. Local air pollution resulted from overburden removal can also have a negative impact on the health of workers and ...
socio-economic effects of sand/gravel winning, and finally (iii) how problems emanating from sand/gravel winning activities can be addressed from a multi-stakeholder perspective. It is anticipated that the involvement of all the stakeholders in the sand/gravel mining value chain
Gold mining has played an important role in Ghanas economy, however the negative environmental and socio-economic effects on the host communities associated with gold mining have overshadowed these economic gains. It is within this context that this paper assessed in an integrated manner the enviro
examining the socio-economic impact of mining on the livelihoods of amajuba district mining communities . sihlangu s. ngobese . 2015 . university of kwazulu-natal
The research investigates the socio-economic effects, associated with mine downscaling (closure) and understanding community perceptions, risks and opportunities in Oranjemund. ... the purpose and size of the mining operations and can be in the form of stone mining, sand mining and mining of valuable stones among others. The worlds biggest ...
Aug 27, 2021 The impact that sand and gravel mining have on the environment, conflicts with goals linked to the natural dynamics of ecosystems. ... the potential to help drive socio-economic development to ...
The volume being extracted is having a major impact on rivers, deltas and coastal and marine ecosystems, sand mining results in loss of land through river or coastal erosion, lowering of the water table and decreases in the amount of sediment supply. Table 1 summarizes some of the impacts that are observed.
Warwick Bullen, Malcolm Robb Socio-Economic Contribution of Gold Mining in the Yellowknife Mining District 5 Con mine received $38 million in EGMA from the federal government between 1948 and 1971 (Fig. 6).
Yellowknife it represents a start in outlining the complex social and economic aspects of the gold mining industry in the area. Eggert (2001) has developed a simple but powerful framework for assessing the sustainable development aspects of mining, particularly effects on local communities. In a paper written as a contribution to the
A significant socio-economic impact of quarry was seen in improvement in social status 13.1% and 50.0% of the respondents were about an average status before and after picking up quarry job respectively. Most severe negative socio-economic impact ... for example in India around 2 million people were employed in the sand stone mining.
Nov 13, 2018 Such activities have a negative effect on the surrounding ecosystem. These adverse impacts of sand mining are explained below. 1. Sand Mining Causes Erosion . Unregulated mining of large volumes of sand along beaches leads to their erosion. Sea beaches are usually formed by the balanced action of depositional and erosional forces.
Nov 24, 2020 Beach nourishment the addition of sand to increase the width or sand volume of the beach is a widespread coastal management technique to counteract coastal erosion. Globally, rising sea ...
Aug 27, 2021 They also point out that these resources have the potential to help drive socio-economic development to advance some of the UNs SDGs, such as eliminating poverty. ... Uncovering sand minings ...
(PDF) Socio-economic Consequences of Sand Mining along the. 5 Jul 2017 examine residents perception, identify the impacts of sand mining in their domain and propose There were also identified socio-economic benefits like employment and revenue gravel and in return use rivers as waste. get price
Jan 01, 2016 The socio-economic impacts of artisanal and small-scale mining in developing countries G.M. Hilson (Ed.) , Women and artisanal mining Gender roles and the road ahead , Swedish publishers , Netherlands ( 2003 ) , pp. 403 - 427
impacts from gold mining activities is well known, the nature and distribution of the socio-economic impacts of gold mining at an industry level on host nations and communities is
Feb 01, 2003 The purpose of this book is to examine both the positive and negative socioeconomic impacts of artisanal and small-scale mining in developing countries. In recent years, a number of governments have attempted to formalize this rudimentary sector of industry, recognizing its socioeconomic importance.