Human activities such as quarrying and stone crushing have a huge damage on the plant biodiversity and survival 3. They also pose danger to the livestock, wildlife and humans.
Quarrying into a wood will have a greater impact upon its physical and biological characteristics than merely quarrying up to the boundary. If there is no actual incursion into the woodland, then...
2012-5-21 Negative Impact on Health Health is a crucial factor when it comes to quarrying. When people inhale dust and the polluted air caused by chemicals, it
2019-7-1 Anand (2006) noted that one of the biggest negative impacts of quarrying on the environment is the damage to biodiversity. Biodiversity essentially refers to the range of living
This study investigated the impact of quarrying and stone crushing activities on heavy metals, plant nutritional composition, phytochemicals and oxidative stress indices of Aspilia
2020-11-13 Quarrying provides income to local councils through taxation. Good communications are needed for transporting the products of quarrying. As a result many remote rural areas benefit from improved...
2013-12-24 Other potential quarrying effects which are of concern to environmentalists include biodi- versity loss, land degradation, nuisance effects, reduced plant growth, etc. Particulates are the tiny solid or liquid particles that are suspended in air and which are usually individually invisible to the naked eyes.
But quarrying also offers rare potential to deliver new knowledge about our historic environment. Historically, mineral workings have made significant impacts on the historic environment. Not only have aggregate quarries led to loss of archaeological sites, a significant loss of ancient monuments has also resulted from the quarrying of
Environmental Effect of Quarrying Activities in Oba-Ile, Akure, Ondo State, South-West Nigeria written by Daramola. Abayomi S., Imoukhuede. Kehinde A. published on 2014/01/17 download full article with reference data and citations