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Week 10 SE NITE

Week 10 SE NITE - Resources Resources VI Land and Soil...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/15/11 Resources/ Resources VI: Land and Soil / Lifestyle and
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4/15/11 Readings Chapter 14 LE Sustainable Soil Management on BB 2010 section on the “power of social movements”
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4/15/11 Metamessage What’s under our feet matters!
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4/15/11 Mining for What? base metals (copper, lead, nickel and zinc), precious metals, iron, uranium, coal, diamonds, limestone, oil shale, rock salt potassium compounds and potassium bearing minerals
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4/15/11 What Kind of Mining? Surface mining vs. sub-surface mining Placer vs. Lode
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4/15/11 Environmental impacts of mining
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4/15/11 Sulfide minerals such a pyrite (FeS2) oxidize and release large quantities of iron and sulfate into solution. H+ ions are also freed during the leachate from mine openings seepage and discharges from waste rock groundwater seepage , and Environmental Impacts of Mining: Acid Mine Drainage
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4/15/11 Environmental Impacts of Mining: Acid Mine Drainage Nationwide, over
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