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Aug 14, 2017 Are there instances of bad mining practices? Yes, most definitely. Pressure bought to bear by green parties and world opinion is having an effect on conservation though and thankfully this is likely to increase. 2) There are something like 4,000 minerals known to humankind. Of these something like 1,400 can be found in Brazil.

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  • Effect of Heavy Metals on Plants An Overview

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  • Gold in Quartz ICMJ's Prospecting and Mining Journal

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