The socio-economic effects of sand harvesting in . - UoN Repositoryin Sierra Leone, the activity is destroying the natural of the area, driving away tourists, business owners and residents and contributing to coastal erosion. Ayenagbo et al., (2011) did a study on socio-economic effects of sand and gravel mining in Lome Togo found out that quarrying industry and associated other transport.socio economic impact of sand gravel mining,the socio-economic impact of sand winning in the ga . - UGSpaceDCE in charge of sand, stone and gravel winning, the District Planning Officer, Registry,. Programme Officer- EPA. . aims at identifying and measuring the impact of sand winning on the socio-economic life of communities in the Ga ... 2.1 Institutional framework for sand and stone extraction in Ghana. The legal/institutional.
Assessment of sociological and ecological impacts of sand and .impacts of gravel and sand mining; iii) to assess and compare regulations and policies govern- ing such . logical impact of sand and gravel mining in the East Gonja District of Ghana and the Gunnars- holt area of ... gravel wherever they deem convenient without due consideration of socio-economic needs. Also, chiefs.socio economic impact of sand gravel mining,The effects of sand mining on rural. (PDF Download Available)Dec 19, 2017 . economic factors. It is vital to note that quantifying the socio-economic effects is. difficult given that sand mining habitually operates illegally. Therefore .. Socio-Economic. impacts of Sand and Gravel Mining activities in Nsugbe, Anambra state. Nigeria. Albanian Journal of Agricultural Science Vol.12 (2),.John Frank
Jun 26, 2017 . Environment Programme (UNEP) stipulates that “Sand and gravel represent the highest volume of . Section “Sand Mining and the Environment” will present major environmental impacts and ... environmental risks associated with sand exploitation are outweighed by economic and social benefits,.
Jun 8, 2016 . Full-Text Paper (PDF): AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF SAND MINING ACTIVITIES; A CASE STUDY IN THE ANAYERI CATCHMENT IN THE . Extraction of sand for construction aggregate is the largest mining industry in most states not. only in volume.
Dec 19, 2017 . economic factors. It is vital to note that quantifying the socio-economic effects is. difficult given that sand mining habitually operates illegally. Therefore .. Socio-Economic. impacts of Sand and Gravel Mining activities in Nsugbe, Anambra state. Nigeria. Albanian Journal of Agricultural Science Vol.12 (2),.
Abstract: This work studied the socio-economic impacts of sand and gravel mining activities in Nsugbe, Anambra State Nigeria. The work is hinged on the concept of sustainable development. Questionnaire was randomly administered to generate the data used. Descriptive statistics was used to analyze the data while the.
Sep 8, 2017 . Even more voracious than the consumption of finite reserves of fossil fuel, the mining of sand and gravel represents a looming tragedy of enormous . The article concludes by observing that there has been little in-depth research into the environmental, social and political effects of sand mining, and calls for.
This doubtlessly gives rise to a multiplier effect on the socio economic life of the society (Idiake, 2006). Many people get employed more families have increased income and so on. As a matter of facts, NIOSH (2003) asserted that in 2001 alone, a total of 7,131 sand and gravel mining operations reported employment.
RESEARCH PROPOSAL ASSESSMENT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF UNSUSTAINABLE SAND HARVESTING ALONG RIVER . Among the human activities on the rivers, the unsustainable extraction of sand and gravel is the most detrimental activity (Kondoly 1994; Paillin, et., al., 1994).
sand and gravel. Alternatively, with the massive increase in demand of sand for the previously mentioned uses, the practice of sand mining has been . pollution, water table levels, climate, as well as socio- economic, political, and cultural impacts. One extreme previous case is how the mining has changed international.
study examines the impact of sand and stone extraction on land and groundwater resources in . Due to rapid economic development, . Govindaraj et al., 2013) and social conditions (Yadav, 2007). Mining of sand and gravels cause alteration in fluvial characteristics of river channels (Welhan, 2001). One of the effect is.
Throughout Togo, sand and gravel is widely exploited as aggregate for construction. If river mining of sand is not carefully controlled it can cause significant damage to the ecosystem and the environment as a whole. The socio-economic and environmental impact of sand and gravel mining in Togo is not well known and.
ASSESSING THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF. GRAVEL MINING IN THE SAVELUGU-NANTON DISTRICT OF THE. NORTHERN REGION OF GHANA. A Thesis Submitted to the Department of Agroforestry, Faculty of Renewable. Natural Resources, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and.
Warwick. Keywords. River mining, sand and gravel, environmental impacts, social impacts, Jamaica, in-river, . Throughout the developing world, river sand and gravel is widely exploited as aggregate for construction. . Analysis of technical and economic issues in aggregate mining, particularly river mining. • Determination.
Jun 25, 2015 . Chapter 4 Socioeconomic Effects of Large-Scale Gold Mining: Evidence from Ghana, Mali, and. Tanzania . .. satellite data can be collected at very small geographic areas, we can aggregate them to any .. more likely to have floors made of cement, tile, wood, or materials other than earth, sand, or dung.
May 6, 2015 . Zanzibar. The environmental, economic, and social impacts of sand mining activities were . mining in local communities demonstrate that sand mining in Unguja has had adverse impacts overall. . nonrenewable resources in Zanzibar include sand, gravel, rocks, stones, soil, moorum, and line, but.
Jan 4, 2016 . By contrast, in 2014 75 million metric tons of industrial sand and gravel were mined, nearly 2.5 times more than just a few years ago. . a series of reports raising concerns about the potential environmental, economic, and societal impacts industrial silica sand mining may have in areas where it occurs.
The objectives of the project are to evaluate the renewability and sustainability of fluvial sand and gravel resources, the economics of aggregate production including capital/operating cost, market requirements and transportation. As well as the socio-economic and biophysical impacts of sand and gravel extraction on host.
Quarrying involves the excavation of rock, gravel or sand from the ground (including river beds and beaches). . habitats for birds where gravel extraction is well managed; the contribution to the economic and social development of an area through the provision of raw materials to maintain and enhance community facilities,.
inappropriate economic growth, if it undermines the environment in which people and businesses exists. These Guideliness support that fundamental concept, promoting environmental protection, limiting negative physiological, hydrological and social impacts under pinning sustainable economic growth. Sand and gravel.
becoming an ecological problem as demand for gravel and sand increases. The resources are used in construction of strong structures which improves the socio economic lives of most. Nigerians though with notable negative environmental impacts. According to Mwangi (2007) the rate of soil mining in Kenya is so alarming.
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