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Metal Mining and the Environment

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Metal Mining and the Environment
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Publisher: American Geological Institute
ISBN/ASIN: 0922152519
ISBN-13: 9780922152513
Number of pages: 68

Description:
The booklet offers new tools for raising awareness and understanding of the impact and issues surrounding metal mining and the environment. It can help you: illustrate the importance of our natural and environmental resources; provide a geoscience perspective on metal mining and the environment; improve Earth science literacy; and increase student understandings of Earth resources and systems.

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