110Tin mining has been carried out in Thailand for more than five hundred years. The lands abandoned after mining account for a total area of over 70,000 ha, mostly in the South.
201553Abandoned Mine, Potential Home for the People A Case Study of Jos Plateau TinMining Region. 442. The expansion of the city is part of the Malaysian Governments ETP (Economic Transformation Plan) which is spearheaded by PEMANDU (Performance Management and Delivery Unit), under the Prime Ministers Department.
[Show full abstract] the cessation of alluvial tin mining has generated a large amount of mine tailings, 18 most of which represent nonviable waste materials. These tailings and vegeta19 tions
1121abandoned tin mining pit waters. The presence of these oxides indicates a high potential for heavy metal contamination, although the chronosequences of abandoned tin mining pits were more than 15 years. In addition, other heavy metals also had high values in pits with ages above 15 years, namely Ga 2 O 3, HfO 2, TeO 2, and ThO 2. As 2 O 3, Cr 2 O 3, CuO,
423The mining industry is an important part of Texas history after all, its what turned Terlingua into a ghost town. Hiding in Franklin Mountains State Park is a hiking trail that leads straight to an abandoned tin mine, the only one of its kind in the entire U.S. Check it outif you dare Were aware that these uncertain times are
94Abstract. Land exploitation for mining sector may leave a series of environmental impacts on our ecosystem if not appropriately managed. Therefore, the present study attempts to evaluate the various environmental aspects due to abandoned metal mining including former iron ore, bauxite, and tin mining lands in view of its hydrogeochemical behavior.
101The characteristics of abandoned tin mining pits are an interesting environment for study, being quite extreme, with acidic pH indicators, and heavy metals. This research aimed to elaborate on blue panchax (Aplocheilus panchax) in waters of abandoned tin mining pits of different ages and contaminated with heavy metals, located in Bangka Island
concentration in abandoned tin mining pit waters with age between 510 years c ompared to those with ages less than 1 year , and the values increased i n pi ts wi th ages above 15 years.
616The Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi), an NGO, found that tin mining in Bangka has degraded 5,270 hectares (13,022 acres) of coral reef and 400 hectares (988 acres) of mangrove forest. Between and , Walhi recorded 40 deaths linked to tin mines, with more than half of
727The UK has carried out extensive mining activity for over 2,000 years. A significant portion of this mining activity has been for the extraction of metalliferous minerals such as lead, zinc, tin, copper and arsenic. Consequently, there are thousands of abandoned