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  • Mineral Exploration an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    9.5 Mineral Economics. Mineral exploration is an opportunity-based investment venture with high degree of risk associated at each stage of activity. The risks are governed by geological uncertainties, technical competency, commercial necessity, economic viability, and lastly political stability and will of the Government. It is significant that the risks are minimized by generating adequate

  • The impact of mineral resources on economic growth

    The impact of mineral resources on economic growth Ing.Natália HLAVOVÁ Department of International Economic Relations and Economic Diplomacy, Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics in Bratislava, Dolnozemskácesta 1, 852 35 Bratislava 5, Slovak Republic E-mail: [email protected] Abstract The paradoxical effect of natural resources and especially minerals

  • Mineral Economics Home Springer

    Mineral Economics is an international, multidisciplinary journal focused on economics and policy issues in the minerals, metals and mining industries. The journal exists to improve the understanding of economic, social, environmental and political implications of natural resources. The main focus is on non-fuel minerals, metals and the mining industry, and its role in society.

  • Economic geology Wikipedia

    Economic geology is concerned with earth materials that can be used for economic and/or industrial purposes. These materials include precious and base metals, nonmetallic minerals, construction-grade stone, petroleum, natural gas, coal, and water.Economic geology is a subdiscipline of the geosciences; according to Lindgren (1933) it is “the application of geology”.

  • Mineral Resources: A Financial Trap for Developing

    The discovery of valuable mineral resources can be the answer to manifold economic difficulties and effective management of their extraction can catalyze development. Infrastructure—a railway through the Andes, for instance—is often the beneficiary of the extractive sector’s sudden growth; similar development has been seen in Asia as well. This was a common occurrence in the 1970s, when

  • ECONOMIC BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH MINERAL PRODUCTION

    Empowerment and Economic Development Program, (SEED).Total amount of US $2.8 million has been invested in Damang Community development since the establishment of the Gold Fields Ghana Foundation in 2005. (Ghana Chamber of Mines, 2012). The objective of this article was to analyze the economic benefits associated with mineral production in Ghana.

  • Factors Affecting Exploitation of Mineral Resources around

    The abundance or otherwise the absence of minerals determines in a large measure their commercial exploitation. Ores vary in their metal content. Generally the higher-grade ores are more economic to work, not only because they yield large amount of metal but also because their higher metal content makes them easier and cheaper to smelt. Minerals of high value such as gold, diamonds, copper

  • Economic Geology Principles and Practice Wiley Online

    "I highly recommend the landmark text book Economic Geology: Principles and Practice by Walter L. Pohl, to any students, professional geologists and others in the related industries, and anyone interested in mineral ores, and in the environmental aspects of economic geology. This book is especially important is a time of escalating demand for minerals and ores of all types, in a world facing

  • Mineral economics SpringerLink

    The discipline that applies principles of economic theory to problems involving mineral resources, mineral economics, specifically relates concepts and ideas of general economics to the various aspects of the occurrence, exploitation, and final use of minerals.In the past, the major concern of mineral economists has been the study of supply and demand for energy, metals, and nonmetallic or

  • Exploitation of the Arctic must be reined in New Scientist

    Exploitation of the Arctic must be reined in. Rampant economic activity in one of our last wildernesses is a disaster in the making. The world needs the Arctic and we have a responsibility to

  • exploitation minière Traduction anglaise Linguee

    mineral exploitation n · mining exploitation n · mining business n · mine development n. Exemples : permis d'exploitation minière m — mining licence GB n. exploitation minière souterraine f — underground mining n. exploitation minière illégale f — illegal mining n. Voir également : exploitation f — exploitation n · operation n · holding n · abuse n · exploiting n

  • Economic geology Wikipedia

    Economic geology is concerned with earth materials that can be used for economic and/or industrial purposes. These materials include precious and base metals, nonmetallic minerals, construction-grade stone, petroleum, natural gas, coal, and water.Economic geology is a subdiscipline of the geosciences; according to Lindgren (1933) it is “the application of geology”.

  • Economic and social effects analysis of mineral

    Wu (2006) proposed that the exploitation and utilization of mineral resources had a positive role on economic growth in Tibet by analyzing the effects of mineral development on the aggregate economy, economic growth, and industrial structure. However, some scholars have argued that natural resource development had a negative impact on social and economic development. Based on the statistical

  • exploitation minérale Traduction anglaise Linguee

    De très nombreux exemples de phrases traduites contenant "exploitation minérale" Dictionnaire anglais-français et moteur de recherche de traductions anglaises.

  • Mining Projects: Exploitation Phase & Methods of

    17/07/2016· Basically, exploitation is the work of recovering mineral from the earth in economic amounts and delivering it to shipping or processing facilities. Therefore, exploitation or production phase are associated with the daily activities of obtaining (extracting) a saleable product from the mineral reserve on a commercial scale, including any processing before sale. Although some exploration and

  • The Political Economy of Mineral Exploitation in

    The objective of this article is to explore the political economy of mineral exploitation in Cameroon. Cameroon has been predominantly an agricultural economy since independence.

  • Factors Affecting Exploitation of Mineral Resources

    The abundance or otherwise the absence of minerals determines in a large measure their commercial exploitation. Ores vary in their metal content. Generally the higher-grade ores are more economic to work, not only because they yield large amount of metal but also because their higher metal content makes them easier and cheaper to smelt. Minerals of high value such as gold, diamonds, copper

  • Exploitation of Nigeria Mineral Resources by Chinese

    Despite being the number one mining nation in the world, China is facing a rapid depletion of its local mineral resources. In order to sustain its high rate of economic growth, an increasingly affluent and expanding middle class, and secure long-term sustainable supplies for its ambitious economic development strategy, China needs huge amounts of minerals, from metallic and non-metallic

  • Law on Mineral Resource Management and Exploitation

    samples, to determine the potential, extent, quality, quantity and economic and exploitation feasibility. Exploitation of mineral resources is the mining operation whereby minerals are extracted from any mineral deposit processed, transported, sold or exported for commercial ends. Sale, exportation and importation of valuable metals and gemstones in raw state and after transformation shall be