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Ecological Impact Assessment of Surface Mining Project

  • Subodh Kumar Maiti
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Abstract

Indian EIA in general and those of mining projects in particular lack focus and direction. Born out of executive directions and legal mandates, they often end up as documents with loads of information of which much are of little use. This has lead to a situation where, notwithstanding the notable expectations, EIA documents are not yet to appropriate use in environmental management.

Keywords

Surface Mining Mitigation Measure Project Site Mining Project Weaver Index 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Subodh Kumar Maiti
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  1. 1.Indian School of Mines Department of Environmental Science and EngineeringCentre for Mining EnvironmentDhanbadIndia

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