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effects on gravel and sand winning in ghana
  • (PDF) Sand and Gravel Winning and Environmental - ResearchGate

      The cumulative negative impact of sand and gravel winning on the environment has recently become a matter of great concern to affected individuals and the Government of Ghana, hence an...

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  • Possible Environmental and Socio-economic Ramifications of Sand

    Since every coin has two sides, stakeholders in the sand and gravel winning value chain also reported adverse effects as follows: Land/environmental degradation, loss of

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  • Illegal sand mining in coastal Ghana: The drivers and

      Coastal erosion, sand and gravel mining, and open defecation threaten the sustainability and outstanding universal value (OUV) of heritage monuments dotted along

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  • Causes and Effects of Coastal Sand Mining in Ghana

      This paper examines the causes and effects of coastal sand mining in three communities in the Ahanta West District of Ghana. It argues that coastal sand

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  • Sand winning, a tortuous environmental crime ... - Ghana Business

      According to them, the region loses about four metres of its shoreline annually due to unregulated sand winning. Also, comparing satellite images from 2014

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  • Illegal sand mining in coastal Ghana: The drivers and the way

      A weak regulatory regime, endemic corruption, poor surveillance, coastal sand being considered a common pool resource, joblessness, resistance to change,

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  • Possible Environmental and Socio-economic Ramifications of Sand

    Some adverse impacts of sand/gravel winning activities reported were land/environmental degradation, loss of farmlands and marginalization of women. The study concludes that

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  • Ghana News Agency - Illegal mining and sand winning; threat on ...

      February 20, 2020. GNA. A GNA feature by Mildred Siabi-Mensah. Takoradi, Feb. 20, GNA – Illegal mining and sand winning practices have caused

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  • The Socio-Economic Impact of Sand Winning in the GA District

      Health problems like malaria, skin diseases, bumli ulcer among others are found associated with indiscriminate sand winning activities. Other negative effects

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  • Modern Ghana - ‘Winning The Sand And Losing

      Sand winning or mining will not directly affect fish stock unless it is somehow affecting unique habitat and causing erosion, destruction of mangroves, nursery grounds, and reproduction

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  • (PDF) Sand and Gravel Winning and Environmental - ResearchGate

      The cumulative negative impact of sand and gravel winning on the environment has recently become a matter of great concern to affected individuals and the Government of Ghana, hence an...

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  • Causes and Effects of Coastal Sand Mining in Ghana

      This paper examines the causes and effects of coastal sand mining in three communities in the Ahanta West District of Ghana. It argues that coastal sand needs to be exploited to satisfy human demands but this requires efficient and effective resource management to ensure sustainable development.

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  • Illegal sand mining in coastal Ghana: The drivers and the way

      1. Introduction. Sand, as loose granular material finer than gravel but coarser than silt, and ranging in size from approximately 0.05 mm to 2 mm, is a natural aggregate formed over thousands of years from rock erosion, mineral particles, or oceanic material (Comaroff, 2014; Madyise, 2013).Sand is a primary raw material for various

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  • Assessment of sand and stone mining along the coastline

      Environmental studies of sand winning in Ghana more broadly have pointed to the widespread practice, detailing its damaging effects to land and people as sand is extracted from rivers in the ...

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  • Sand mining: how it impacts the environment and

      In 2018, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) warned that sand mining of river deltas, such as the Yangtze and Mekong, is increasing the risk of climate-related disasters, because there’s not enough sediment to

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  • Impacts of Sand Mining on Environment – A Review

    The most likely effects of suspended sediments on fish include: reduction in light penetration and of photosynthesis in micro and macrophytes, resulting in reduced food availability and plant biomass; reduced visibility of pelagic food; reduced availability of benthic food due to smothering; clogging of gillrakers and gill filaments[19].

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  • The effects of sand mining on rural communities - ResearchGate

      At epistemological level, the impacts of sand mining on human development and the environment as revealed in the literature are summarized in three broad themes namely socioeconomic,...

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  • Losing Aquatic Matter Through Sand Winning in

      For decades sand wining and gravel extraction have become prevalent along the coast, where fishing is predominant. The combined effect of the sand winning and stone extraction is resulting in

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  • ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF BASIC SCHOOL PUPILS IN SAND WINNING

    This study investigated the effect of sand winning activities on academic performance of Junior High School pupils in the Awutu-Senya West District in the Central Region of Ghana. In order to achieve the purpose of the study, a convergent mixed method design was

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  • Environmental Effects of Sand and Gravel Mining on

    The increase in the demand for sand and gravel for construction and other purposes such as flood control has placed immense pressure on the environment where sand and gravel resources occur. This study was

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  • Illegal sand mining in coastal Ghana: The drivers and the way

      1. Introduction. Sand, as loose granular material finer than gravel but coarser than silt, and ranging in size from approximately 0.05 mm to 2 mm, is a natural aggregate formed over thousands of years from rock erosion, mineral particles, or oceanic material (Comaroff, 2014; Madyise, 2013).Sand is a primary raw material for various

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  • Sand winning in Dormaa as an interlocking of livelihood

      Sand winning is considered alongside other small-scale low technology mining of gravel ... for a double-axle truck (based on the 2012 exchange rate of 1 Euro to 2 Ghana Cedis). The sand boys who scoop the sand onto trucks (with shovels) earn ... A. K. (2012). Effects of sand winning activities on land in agraian communities of ...

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  • Assessment of sand and stone mining along the coastline

      Sand mining increases the formation of sinkholes, soil contamination, deforestation, coastal erosion, property damage, loss of aquatic biodiversity, alteration of coastal shorelines, and a source...

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  • Sand mining: how it impacts the environment and

      In 2018, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) warned that sand mining of river deltas, such as the Yangtze and Mekong, is increasing the risk of climate-related disasters, because there’s not enough sediment to

    Charlar en Línea
  • Impacts of Sand Mining on Environment – A Review

    The most likely effects of suspended sediments on fish include: reduction in light penetration and of photosynthesis in micro and macrophytes, resulting in reduced food availability and plant biomass; reduced visibility of pelagic food; reduced availability of benthic food due to smothering; clogging of gillrakers and gill filaments[19].

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  • ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF PUPILS IN SAND WINNING

    This study investigated the effect of sand winning activities on academic performance of Junior High School pupils in the Awutu-Senya West District in the Central Region of Ghana. In order to achieve the purpose of the study, a convergent mixed method design was

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  • The effects of sand mining on rural communities - ResearchGate

      At epistemological level, the impacts of sand mining on human development and the environment as revealed in the literature are summarized in three broad themes namely socioeconomic,...

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  • Sand, gravel winning threaten Kpone-Katamanso District - Modern Ghana

      Most of the lands and the already cultivated farms have been destroyed and turned into deserts. The illegal sand and gravel winners and land guards threaten farmers and prevent them from going to the farm by either firing at

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  • Environmental Effects of Sand and Gravel Mining on

    The increase in the demand for sand and gravel for construction and other purposes such as flood control has placed immense pressure on the environment where sand and gravel resources occur. This study was

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  • ghana river sand winning

    Environmental Effects of Sand and Gravel Mining on Land and Soil ... Sand and gravel occur on land, oceans, rivers, streams, flood plains or hills. ... industry in the Northern Region of Ghana particularly the East Gonja District and... More details» Get Price SAVANNAH NEWS: Nawuni River Faces Threat From Sand Winners Dec 19, 2012 ...

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