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Environment and Social Impacts of Stone Quarrying:

2019-6-24  The study were seek to investigate the impact of stone quarrying on the environment and societies. In this case, responses were sought from questionnaire, key informant interview and observation. 3.1. Social and Environmental Impact of Stone Quarrying Quarrying activity often have long-term social, and environmental impacts. Social challenges ...

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Quarrying - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Coastal mining and quarrying are some of the major activities for removing sediments that cause an adverse impact on the diversity of coastal ecosystems (Kasperson and Kasperson, 2001; Kaliraj et al., 2014).Landsat ETM+ and OLI images were used to estimate the areal extent of sites encroached for mining and quarrying in the South Indian coastline.

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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ON QUARRY

2019-5-27  Quarrying is a short-term activity with long term effects it comes along with the promises of wealth and jobs but it brings high environmental costs. The main aim of the study was to unearth impacts that quarrying activities has on health of the quarry workers and people living next to the quarries as well as physical environment.

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Mining and Quarrying - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Mining and quarrying. Mining is the process of extracting buried material below the earth surface. Quarrying refers to extracting materials directly from the surface. In mining and quarrying, water is used and gets polluted in a range of activities, including mineral processing, dust suppression, and

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MINING AND QUARRYING

2004-6-11  mine waste and overburden soil. Stone and sand quarrying causes damage to property, depletion of ground water, loss of fertile top soil, degradation of forest land, adverse effect on the aquatic biodiversity and public health. Haphazard quarrying of sand from the riverbeds leads to damage to infrastructure like bridges and roads.

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(PDF) The Environmental Impacts of Mining and Quarrying

1994-7-2  Abstract. This unpublished précis catalogs the environmental impacts commonly associated with mining and quarrying and notes opportunities for increasingly responsible attitudes to the ...

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Health Risks Associated with Exposure to Airborne ...

Health Risks Associated with Exposure to Airborne Pollutants Arising From Quarrying and Aggregate Processing disease (COPD), lung cancer, emphysema, and aggravation of existing lung disease. Long term exposure is also associated with increased risk of allergies, cardiovascular disease and autoimmune disease. PM exposure

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Long-term Statin Use and the Risk of Gallstone ... - Journals

The prevalence of gallstone disease in the Western world ranges from 6% to 50%, increasing with age and varying with geographic region ().The risk increases with certain genetic factors, increasing age, female gender, and obesity (1, 2).Gallstone disease is a chronic and usually asymptomatic condition, but it leads to severe complications in about 2% of symptomatic patients ().

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Perceived Risk: Further Considerations for the Marketing ...

1993-4-1  Examines the construct of perceived risk, as used in consumer and marketing research. In the light of the shortcomings of past research, develops and tests three hypotheses. Findings show that the risk dimensions proposed in the literature (i.e. financial, psychological, social, performance, physical and time‐related risk) capture a very high fraction of perceived overall risk, and that a ...

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Stroke Risk Factors, Genetics, and ... - AHA/ASA Journals

2019-9-5  Stroke Risk Factors, Genetics, and Prevention. Stroke is the leading cause of long-term adult disability and the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, with ≈795 000 stroke events in the United States each year. 1,2 The aging of the population, coupled with the reduction in case fatality after stroke, is expected to increase the prevalence of stroke by 3.4 million people between ...

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The Journal of Criminal Law Gross Negligence

2021-10-9  contrast, gross negligence manslaughter had generally required a risk of death or at least serious harm,29 apart from the judgment in Stone and Dobinson30 (above) where Lord Lane suggested that ‘an obvious risk of injury to health’ was necessary.31 The extensive approach to manslaughter adopted in Seymour

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Risk of Symptomatic Kidney Stones During and After ...

2021-4-15  An elevated risk of a symptomatic stone is noted beginning in the second trimester, peaking right after delivery, and returning to baseline by a year after delivery. This finding does not support the previously reported hypothesis that risk of a kidney stone is not increased during pregnancy. 24. Coe F.L.

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Risk factors of stone recurrence after endoscopic ...

2020-7-2  To explore the risk factors related to the recurrence of common bile duct stones (CBDS) after endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), so as to provide reference for reducing the recurrence of CBDS after ERCP.. The clinical data of 385 patients with CBDS treated by ERCP from March 2012 to May 2016 were collected. According to the diagnostic criteria of recurrence of CBDS,

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(PDF) The Environmental Impacts of Mining and Quarrying

1994-7-2  Abstract. This unpublished précis catalogs the environmental impacts commonly associated with mining and quarrying and notes opportunities for increasingly responsible attitudes to the ...

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MINING AND QUARRYING

2004-6-11  mine waste and overburden soil. Stone and sand quarrying causes damage to property, depletion of ground water, loss of fertile top soil, degradation of forest land, adverse effect on the aquatic biodiversity and public health. Haphazard quarrying of sand from the riverbeds leads to damage to infrastructure like bridges and roads.

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Stone Quarrying and Livelihood Transformation in Peri ...

Stone quarrying is one of the key extractive economic activities in the Ashanti Region, supplying the bulk of stone of varying aggregates to the construction industry within the region and beyond. Yet the resource-rich communities have seen little socio-economic improvements. The paper draws on experiences from Nkukua

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Fatty liver increases gallstone disease risk in younger ...

2021-11-9  . The overall prevalence of GD was 8.8%; the between-sex difference (9.3% in men, 8.4% in women) was not statistically significant. The risk of GD was similar for men and women across all age groups. GD prevalence increased steadily with increasing age, from 2.1% in patients ≤30 years of age to 15.4% in those >70 years of age. Older age (≥50 years) and fatty liver were associated with GD ...

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Major ocular problems found among quarry workers and ...

the risk of contact of foreign particles into the eyes. There is high risk of ocular injuries and some studies 8,9 have attributed quarry work to having the

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Coffee and Caffeine Consumption and Risk of Kidney

2021-10-21  The important limitation is possible horizontal pleiotropy, which means that genetic instruments influence risk of kidney stones not via coffee or caffeine consumption but via other pathways. However, traits that are genetically correlated with coffee consumption, such as obesity and smoking, appear to increase risk of kidney stone disease

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Environmental and social impacts of stone quarrying-a

Stone quarrying continues to play major role in this process. However, the activity has caused serious environmental degradation and socio-economic conflicts in the study area. The major environmental and socio-economic problems related to quarrying revealed during this study include, landscape alteration, hill cutting affecting local ...

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Environmental and social impacts of stone quarrying-a

Stone quarrying continues to play major role in this process. However, the activity has caused serious environmental degradation and socio-economic conflicts in the study area. The major environmental and socio-economic problems related to quarrying revealed during this study include, landscape alteration, hill cutting affecting local ...

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MINING AND QUARRYING

2004-6-11  mine waste and overburden soil. Stone and sand quarrying causes damage to property, depletion of ground water, loss of fertile top soil, degradation of forest land, adverse effect on the aquatic biodiversity and public health. Haphazard quarrying of sand from the riverbeds leads to damage to infrastructure like bridges and roads.

Read More
Major ocular problems found among quarry workers and ...

the risk of contact of foreign particles into the eyes. There is high risk of ocular injuries and some studies 8,9 have attributed quarry work to having the

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Stone Quarrying and Livelihood Transformation in Peri ...

Stone quarrying is one of the key extractive economic activities in the Ashanti Region, supplying the bulk of stone of varying aggregates to the construction industry within the region and beyond. Yet the resource-rich communities have seen little socio-economic improvements. The paper draws on experiences from Nkukua

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Risk of Symptomatic Kidney Stones During and After ...

2021-4-15  An elevated risk of a symptomatic stone is noted beginning in the second trimester, peaking right after delivery, and returning to baseline by a year after delivery. This finding does not support the previously reported hypothesis that risk of a kidney stone is not increased during pregnancy. 24. Coe F.L.

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Risk Factors for Kidney Stone Formation following ...

2020-12-31  Bariatric Surgery and Kidney-Stone Risk. Despite the many positive metabolic outcomes, RYGB is also associated with higher risk of kidney stones (29 ⇓ ⇓ ⇓ –33) and bone disease (34 ⇓ ⇓ ⇓ –38) after surgery.Three years after surgery, new

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Long-term Statin Use and the Risk of Gallstone ... - Journals

The prevalence of gallstone disease in the Western world ranges from 6% to 50%, increasing with age and varying with geographic region ().The risk increases with certain genetic factors, increasing age, female gender, and obesity (1, 2).Gallstone disease is a chronic and usually asymptomatic condition, but it leads to severe complications in about 2% of symptomatic patients ().

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Kidney stones - The Lancet

1998-6-13  During the past three decades, major advances have been made in the field of nephrolithiasis. Causes of stone formation and specific molecular defects are being clarified. A specific diagnosis is possible for most patients with kidney stones, and a range of drugs are available to prevent recurrent stone formation. Stones can now be removed more easily and less invasively with

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International Journal of Construction Management: Vol 21 ...

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The Journal of Criminal Law Gross Negligence

2021-10-9  contrast, gross negligence manslaughter had generally required a risk of death or at least serious harm,29 apart from the judgment in Stone and Dobinson30 (above) where Lord Lane suggested that ‘an obvious risk of injury to health’ was necessary.31 The extensive approach to manslaughter adopted in Seymour

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