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An Environmental Study of Artisanal, Small, and Medium Mining in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru (World Bank Technical Paper) by McMahon (I), Gary

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Published by World Bank Publications .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Environmental economics,
  • Pollution & threats to the environment,
  • Environmental Pollution Engineering,
  • Mining Engineering (Specific Aspects),
  • Technology,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Real Estate - General,
  • Mining,
  • Bolivia,
  • Chile,
  • Environmental aspects,
  • Mineral industries,
  • Peru

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11416582M
ISBN 100821344285
ISBN 109780821344286

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Environmental study of artisanal, small, and medium mining in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, © This paper synthesizes a study examining the environmental performance of artisanal, mall, and medium mining in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. Summaries of each . Get this from a library! An environmental study of artisanal, small, and medium mining in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru.. [Gary McMahon;] -- Annotation World Bank Technical Paper no. Mining exploration investment in the Latin American and Caribbean region has increased percent in the last five years, a figure which increases to. An environmental study of artisanal, small, and medium mining in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru (English) Abstract. This paper synthesizes a study examining the environmental performance of artisanal, mall, and medium mining in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. Summaries of each of the three country studies are also by:

An environmental study of artisanal, small, and medium mining in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru (Inglês) Resumo. This paper synthesizes a study examining the environmental performance of artisanal, mall, and medium mining in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. Summaries of each of the three country studies are also by: An Environmental Study Of Artisanal Small And Medium Mining In Bolivia Chile And Peru. Author: Gary McMahon ISBN: Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. Four of the most important elements to be considered are: The age of the mine Management of tailings The heterogeneity of the artisanal and small mine sectors The increasing need to take. The case of artisanal mining in Bolivia: Local participatory development and mining investment opportunities. An Environmental Study of Artisanal, Small, and. Author: Eduardo Quiroga. The case study suggests that mining policy in lesser-developed countries should develop to enable small-scale and artisanal miners to form entities that .

/PDF/ paper synthesizes a study examining the environmental performance of artisanal, small, and medium mining in Bolivia, Chile and . A major source of air pollution from mercury, artisanal and small-scale gold mining releases approximately metric tons of airborne elemental mercury each year. Located in over 55 countries, small scale gold buying and refining facilities (commonly referred to as “Gold Shops”) are an important part of this production process, and are a. Mining in Bolivia has been a dominant feature of the Bolivian economy as well as Bolivian politics since Colonial era silver mining in Bolivia, particularly in Potosí, played a critical role in the Spanish Empire and the global mining supplanted silver by the twentieth century and the central element of Bolivian mining, and wealthy tin barons played an important role in. A report by Peru Support Group. Abstract: High gold prices, persistent poverty and a shortage of employment opportunities in Peru have all contributed to an increase in artisanal and small-scale gold mining activity in recent years. The expansion of the sector has brought new political and analytical attention to a phenomenon which has been largely overlooked in the past.