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Regulations are needed to protect freshwater …

2018-12-3 · To understand the source and potential environmental impacts of freshwater salinization, we propose that researchers report the concentration of ions measured in field or laboratory studies using standard metrics . Most experimental studies report concentrations based on chloride ions (mg Cl l −1; or ppt Cl −) [29,36]. However, many field ...

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Mercury in the terrestrial environment: a review ...

2020-10-2 · Environmental contamination by mercury is and will continue to be a serious risk for human health. Pollution of the terrestrial environment is particularly important as it is a place of human life and food production. This publication presents a review of the literature on issues related to mercury pollution of the terrestrial environment: soil and plants and their transformations.

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(PDF) The Ecological Impact of Mining Rose Quartz …

Some ecological impacts of mining gemstones include destruction of landscapes and agricultural and forest. lands, sedimentation and ero sion, soil contamination and …

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Environmental and Social Issues | FIRST for Sustainability

Environmental issues may present themselves as temporary or permanent changes to the atmosphere, water, and land due to human activities, which can result in impacts that may be either reversible or irreversible. Social issues may emerge in the workplace of a client''s/investee''s operations and may also impact surrounding communities.

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Lithium Mining and Environmental Impact

2021-7-15 · Lithium Mining and Environmental Impact. Like any mining operation, mining lithium has its impact on the environment. Today''s mining companies take sustainable development very seriously and responsibly and focus on environmental management more than ever. Each time we begin talking about mining for resources, there is an environmental concern.

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Two Centuries of Coral Skeletons from the Northern …

2021-3-12 · The contemporary mercury (Hg) cycle in the world''s oceans has been greatly affected by human activities. However, we are still lacking reliable, long-term, and continuous records of Hg in seawater. Here, we report for the first time on using annually banded Porites coral skeletons from the northern South China Sea (SCS) as an archive for recording changes of seawater dissolved Hg …

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Lithium Mining and Environmental Impact

2021-7-15 · Prolonged exposure to lithium can cause fluid to build-up in the lungs, leading to pulmonary edema. The metal itself is a handling hazard because of the caustic hydroxide produced when it is in contact with water causing an explosion. Lithium mining carries high environmental costs.

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Comparative assessment of environmental variables …

2020-5-19 · Li Y, Guan K, Yu A, Peng B, Zhao L, Li B and Peng J 2019b Toward building a transparent statistical model for improving crop yield prediction: modeling rainfed corn in the U.S. (under review) F. Crop. Res. 234 55–65. Crossref Google Scholar

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(PDF) LIMESTONE MINING AND ITS …

 · The limestone mined is used chiefly for the manufacturing of cement, lime and edible lime etc. Scientific studies revealed that loss of forest cover, pollution of water, …

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Geochemical recovery of the Torna–Marcal river system ...

Geochemical recovery of the Torna–Marcal river system after the Ajka red mud spill, Hungary† A. D. Anton,´ ab O. Klebercz,a A. Magyar,´ a I. T. Burke,c A. P. Jarvis,d K. Gruiza and W. M. Mayes*b The failure of the Ajka red mud depository in October 2010 led to the largest single release of red mud into

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Comparative Environmental Evaluation of Straw …

2020-2-24 · Crop straw, as a widely used biomass resource, can be processed to produce renewable energy and green products. However, about 70% of straw were burned in the open air, causing serious environmental pollution and air pollution. In …

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Impacts of mining and smelting activities on …

2018-10-19 · The most important physical landscape changes are deforestation and vegetation removal, changes in relief, deposition of mining wastes (spoil and tailings), construction of supporting infrastructure, increased erosion rates, suspended materials in surface water systems, and increased rate of soil and rock instability.

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Voluntary sustainability standards could significantly ...

2019-2-5 · Voluntary sustainability standards (VSS) may be an effective way to reduce the negative impacts of agriculture at regional to global scales. Here, we present an approach that highlights the potential of VSS to reduce some of the negative externalities associated with agriculture production. To illustrate this potential, we show that VSS could reduce the global environmental impacts …

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The significance of Li-ion batteries in electric vehicle ...

The significance of Li-ion batteries in electric vehicle life-cycle energy and emissions and recycling''s role in its reduction†. J. B. Dunn * a, L. Gaines a, J. C. Kelly a, C. James b and K. G. Gallagher c a Energy Systems Division, Argonne National Laboratory, 9700 …

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Transnational Governance for Mining and the Mineral ...

2020-7-30 · Mining wastes create negative environmental and health impacts, especially through production of particulate matter (96, 97). Waste also includes toxic chemicals, such as mercury, cyanide, and arsenic, which are liberated during the extraction process or used as inputs to separate waste from valuable minerals.

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Changes in Wood Utilization Due to Iron Age Jade …

2021-4-21 · Charcoal remains from archeological sites are used not only to reconstruct the historical composition of local woodlands but also to examine the history of the human use of wood. Nevertheless, key questions such as how and why people may have selected particular woody taxa from locations long distances from their habitat have rarely been addressed.

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Coal mining in northeast India: an overview of ...

2016-5-25 · Such characteristics are associated with more severe environmental impacts due to mining and its utilization in coal based industries. Environmental challenges include large scale landscape damage, soil erosion, loss of forest ecosystem and wildlife habitat, air, water and soil pollution.

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Two Centuries of Coral Skeletons from the Northern …

2021-3-12 · The highest Hg concentrations (3–5 pmol/g) were observed during the WWII period (1933–1942). Other distinct Hg maxima (∼3 pmol/g) are observed for the periods 1833–1847, 1858–1862, 1918–1927, 1978–1982, and 1988–1992, with the …

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Environmental Impact Assessment Notification, 2020

2020-7-7 · The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), 1969 implemented by the USA defines Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) as "a systematic, interdisciplinary approach which will insure the integrated use of the natural and social sciences and the environmental …

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Lithium (Li)

Environmental effects of Lithium. Metallic lithium will react with nitrogen, oxygen, and water vapor in air. Consequently, the lithium surface becomes coated with a mixture of lithium hydroxide (LiOH), lithium carbonate (Li 2 CO3), and lithium nitride (Li 3 N). Lithium …

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Nickel mining: the hidden environmental cost of …

2017-8-25 · Nickel mining: the hidden environmental cost of electric cars. The extraction of nickel, mainly mined in Australia, Canada, Indonesia, Russia and the Philippines, comes with environmental and ...

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Tox Town | Environmental Health Concerns and Toxic ...

2021-5-28 · The Tox Town website was discontinued as of October 1, 2020. Please visit topics related to environmental health, safety, and toxicology on MedlinePlus, the NLM''s flagship website for health information for patients, families, and the general public.. The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) also offers related resources that may be of interest:

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Rio Tinto proposed lithium mine in Jadar Valley, …

Environmental Impacts: Visible: Waste overflow, Reduced ecological / hydrological connectivity, Genetic contamination, Global warming

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Impacts of deep‐sea mining on microbial ecosystem …

2020-1-13 · While there are ongoing studies evaluating potential environmental impacts of deep-sea mining activities, these focus primarily on impacts to animal biodiversity. The microscopic spectrum of seafloor life and the services that this life provides in the deep sea are rarely considered explicitly. In April 2018, scientists met to define the ...

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The significance of Li-ion batteries in electric vehicle ...

1995-1-1 · Mining activities affect relatively small areas but can have a large local impact on the environment. Release of metals from mining sites occurs primarily through acid mine drainage and erosion of waste dumps and tailings deposits. The available methods for predicting acid mine drainage the fate of released metals are briefly reviewed.

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What Are the Top 5 Environmental Concerns for 2019 ...

2018-11-1 · 4. Pollution. Pollution is one of the primary causes of many of the other environmental concerns, including climate change and biodiversity. All 7 key types of pollution – air, water, soil, noise, radioactive, light and thermal – are affecting our environment. All types of pollution, and environmental concerns, are interlinked and influence ...

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Lithium Mining: Dirty Investment or Sustainable …

2019-6-25 · Mining for lithium, like most metals, is a dirty business. Yet li-ion batteries, pound for pound, are some of the most energetic rechargeable batteries available. They are much lighter than other ...

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Rare earth: health and environment effects health …

Rare earth: health and environment effects; Effects on human health; Whether rare earth elements are harmful or not depends on the amount and duration of exposure. Usually, only when a person is exposed to a great quantity of REE over a long time, is it possible the result will be serious.

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Assessing impacts of mining: Recent contributions …

2019-7-1 · Devenin and Bianchi (2019) describe "mining spaces" as areas where mining industry production relations, corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs, and socio-environmental impacts foster changes in spatial practices and ways in which spaces are represented. Among other distinct characteristics, mining spaces tend to favour mining activities above other industries, and exhibit clear distinctions between those who do or do not participate in the mining …

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Unexpected high abyssal ophiuroid diversity in ...

2020-7-24 · Clipperton Zone (CCZ), a polymetallic nodule province, in the NE Pacific Ocean, where experimental mining is due to take place. In anticip ation of deep -sea mining impacts, it has become essential to rapidly and accurately assess biodiversity. ... and the possible environmental impacts arising from exploration should be assessed. Nodule mining ...

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Analysis of socio-environmental impacts of the loss of ...

2016-4-30 · This paper focused on the process of urbanization in Lahore and its correlation with the loss of urban vegetation and perceived environmental impacts based on local population''s perception through administration of a questionnaire survey. Lahore is known as a city of gardens and green spaces in Pakistan and always possessed rich green character in its long history.

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Impacts of mining and smelting activities on …

2018-10-19 · 1 INTRODUCTION. The earliest global traces of the impacts of mining on the environment, reconstructed from environmental archives, such as ice cores, peat bogs, lake and marine sediments, can be dated back to around 6500 bc.The first recorded global impact of mining was assigned to the Roman period due to Pb‐smelting (Marx, Rashid, & Stromsoe, 2016).

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Frontiers | Environmental Impacts of the Deep-Water …

2016-9-16 · The industrialization of the deep sea is expanding worldwide. Increasing oil and gas exploration activities in the absence of sufficient baseline data in deep-sea ecosystems has made environmental management challenging. Here, we review the types of activities that are associated with global offshore oil and gas development in water depths over 200 m, the typical impacts …

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