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Friday, November 14, 2014

Situation Awareness. Hazards. Oil, Gold, and Bauxite mining.

FYI…..
Emergency Management (mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery), Monitoring, and Community Response concerns (water and food security).
            Control your resources ( new 70/30 rule to build your infrastructures), effects to your 
                        environment, and impact to your communities.
           

Oil & Gas
        2008 Nigeria spills bigger than thought, says Shell    http://www.biznews.com/africa/2014/11/13/2008-nigeria-spills-bigger-thought-says-shell/

Mining
       Gold
             A By Product Mercury: A Forgotten Source of a Global Poison.  
                            http://ban.org/Ban-Hg-Wg/Briefing%20Papers/byproduct.pdf
       Bauxite
            Jamaica Bauxite mining and environmental concerns.                 
                           http://www1.american.edu/ted/bauxite.htm
            Bauxite Residue Management. 
                           (Mining locations:  Jamaica, Australia, and Guinea)




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