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Jaw Crusher

As a classic primary crusher with stable performances, Jaw Crusher is widely used to crush metallic and non-metallic ores as well as building aggregates or to make artificial sand.

Input Size: 0-1020mm
Capacity: 45-800TPH

Materials:
Granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, pebble, copper ore, iron ore

Application:
Jaw crusher is widely used in various materials processing of mining &construction industries, such as it is suit for crushing granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, cobble, iron ore, copper ore, and some other mineral &rocks.

Features:
1. Simple structure, easy maintenance;
2. Stable performance, high capacity;
3. Even final particles and high crushing ratio;
4. Adopt advanced manufacturing technique and high-end materials;

Technical Specs

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Amazon gold mining drives malaria surges among Indigenous

Aug 12, 2020 Between 2017 and 2019, gold mining destroyed 25,315 acres of land across three Indigenous territories—Munduruku, Yanomami, and Kayapó—located in Brazil’s Legal Amazon (BLA), a socio-geographic area...

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Goldmining having big impact on indigenous Amazon

Oct 07, 2020 A new report has exposed the scale and impact of mining on indigenous reserves in Amazon countries as gold prices soared during the Covid-19 pandemic. More than 20% of indigenous lands are...

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As gold surges, mining threatens one-fifth of Indigenous

Oct 28, 2020 Initially protected as the Yaigojé Apaporis Reserve, it also was declared an Indigenous territory in 1988. But in 2007, Cosigo Resources, a Canadian mining company, requested from the government a gold mining concession within the Yaigojé

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Gold mining threatens indigenous forests in the Brazilian

Apr 08, 2020 Gold mining threatens indigenous forests in the Brazilian Amazon MAAP, a program of the organization Amazon Conservation, has documented more than 102 square kilometers (40 square miles) of mining-linked deforestation in the indigenous

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Gold mining greatly affecting indigenous Amazon

Oct 14, 2020 Gold mining greatly affecting indigenous Amazon communities By Dom Phillips / The Guardian, RIO DE JANEIRO A new report has exposed the scale and impact of mining on indigenous reserves in Amazon countries as gold prices soared during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Are sustainable futures possible? Indigenous people and

Jul 01, 2020 Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) represents a way for these indigenous communities to survive but in the process it generates new fragilities with deep social and environmental consequences (De Theije and Salman, 2018; Araujo and Souza, 2018).

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Mining Threatens 20% of Indigenous Lands in the Amazon

Nov 13, 2020 Initially protected as the Yaigojé Apaporis Reserve, it was also declared an Indigenous territory in 1988. But in 2007, Cosigo Resources, a Canadian mining company, requested from the government a gold mining concession within the Yaigojé Apaporis Reserve.

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Uncontacted indigenous people have been murdered by gold

Indigenous Peoples Around ten members of an uncontacted indigenous tribe, one that has had no peaceful contact with mainstream society, have been killed by illegal gold miners in the Brazilian Amazon. The alleged attack took place last month along the Jandiatuba River, close to the border with Peru and Colombia.

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Gold mining, indigenous land claims and conflict in Guyana

Feb 01, 2017 Guyana’s gold-rich interior is the location of numerous, mostly low-latent, conflicts. These conflicts involve ‘Coast Lander’ Afro and Indo-Guyanese groups with mining interests and indigenous Amerindians. There is a misconception that these conflicts stem from Amerindians’ desires to secure gold-rich mining territories.

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The Enslaved Native Americans Who Made The Gold Rush

The Gold Rush that followed changed the lives of California’s Native Americans, too. Within years, they would be almost wiped out due to the massive immigration—and hunger for wealth— the

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Amazon gold mining drives malaria surges among Indigenous

Aug 12, 2020 And with gold prices at a decade high of more than $2,000 an ounce, illegal mining for the metal, often in conservation areas and on Indigenous land, is expected to leave the Amazon rife with

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Mining Threatens 20% of Indigenous Lands in the Amazon

With prices of gold and other minerals surging in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, exploration and exploitation may soon spread. The Problem with Mining in Indigenous Lands. Many Indigenous Peoples take extraordinary measures to protect their lands from mining

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Gold mining, indigenous land claims and conflict in Guyana

Feb 01, 2017 Guyana’s gold-rich interior is the location of numerous, mostly low-latent, conflicts. • These conflicts involve ‘Coast Lander’ Afro and Indo-Guyanese groups with mining interests and indigenous Amerindians.

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The Enslaved Native Americans Who Made The Gold Rush

The Gold Rush that followed changed the lives of California’s Native Americans, too. Within years, they would be almost wiped out due to the massive

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Gold Miners Kill Indigenous Leader To Access Amazon

Jul 29, 2019 The Amazon's crisis has reached a new stage with gold miners seizing an indigenous village and apparently killing the local leader. The action is part of a campaign to begin mining the Waiãpi

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"We are in great danger": In Amazon, indigenous Waiapi

Jul 29, 2019 Illegal gold miners armed with automatic weapons and shotguns, invaded the remote indigenous community of the Waiapi and murdered one of its chiefs in Brazil’s northern Amazon last week

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Thousands of goldminers invade Yanomami territory

Jul 01, 2019 The massive influx has been blamed by local indigenous leaders for the deaths of four children already. They say the miners are building settlements and airstrips, emboldened by President Bolsonaro’s support for land invaders, and constant attacks on indigenous people. Some mining camps are just a few miles from uncontacted Yanomami.

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Illegal gold mining in indigenous Yanomami territory

If adopted, the draft Mining Law on Indigenous Lands No.1610 would allow the legal entry of mining companies into indigenous territory. The application of that law would put the Yanomami peoples at further risk of land contamination and displacement since by 2013 their territory alone was subject to 654 mining requests.

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The Enslaved Native Americans Who Made The Gold Rush

The Gold Rush that followed changed the lives of California’s Native Americans, too. Within years, they would be almost wiped out due to the massive immigration—and hunger for wealth— the

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'Nobody has done anything': Amazon indigenous group

An Amazon indigenous group that earlier turned away a planned hydroelectric dam is now battling a surge of illegal gold mining in its territory during the COVID-19 pandemic, a tribal activist said.

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Gold, Greed & Genocide International Indian Treaty Council

The Gold Rush had severe effects on Indigenous Peoples of California and resulted in a precipitous Native population decline from disease, genocide and starvation. Over 150,000 Indigenous Peoples lived in California prior to the Gold Rush with sustainable cultures and economies based primarily on hunting, gathering and fishing.

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(PDF) Indigenous Gold Mining in Southern Africa: A Review

Oct 15, 2020 Since the last comprehensive review of indigenous gold mining, by Summers in 1969, advances have occurred in the understanding of metal technologies in the Iron Age that enable us to place gold

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Gold Miners Kill Indigenous Leader To Access Amazon

Jul 29, 2019 The Amazon's crisis has reached a new stage with gold miners seizing an indigenous village and apparently killing the local leader. The action is part of a campaign to begin mining

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Mining on Indigenous Lands with Names, Last names and ID

Oct 14, 2020 In 2013, for example, Cooperativa Minera de los Garimpeiros de Ariquemes (Mining Cooperative of Miners of Ariquemes) (COOMIGA is the Portuguese acronym) obtained a gold mining title that affects part of the Indigenous territory of the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau.

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Indigenous Gold Mining in Southern Africa: A Review

colonial gold mining must rely heavily on a variety of historical sources, including oral traditions and the accounts of early colonial prospectors. Since the last com-prehensive review of indigenous gold mining, by Summers in 1969, advances have occurred in the understanding of metal technologies in the Iron Age that enable us to place

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Illegal gold mining in indigenous Yanomami territory

If adopted, the draft Mining Law on Indigenous Lands No.1610 would allow the legal entry of mining companies into indigenous territory. The application of that law would put the Yanomami peoples at further risk of land contamination and displacement since by 2013 their territory alone was subject to 654 mining requests.

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25-1 Mining Indigenous Lands Cultural Survival

Old Habits Die Hard: Indigenous Land Rights and Mining in Australia The threat or opportunity of resource development often prompts a movement for the recognition of indigenous ownership and control of lands. In Australia, this is particularly true in the mineral-rich arid lands of the interior.

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Mining and Indigenous peoples Canadian Mining Journal

Jan 01, 2016 Mining remains proportionally the largest employer of indigenous Canadians. Mining accounts for roughly 20 per cent of the overall value of Canadian exports, valued at nearly $90 billion. Nationally, we pay an average of $3.8 billion annually in corporate taxes and royalties to federal, provincial and territorial governments.

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Indigenous Gold Jobs

Gold mining operations across the nation are helping to improve the lives of Indigenous Australians, creating life-changing education and job opportunities. Indigenous Australians have played an integral role in the gold sector, since assisting early prospectors of the 1800’s gold rushes with their knowledge of the land, to taking up a

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How Mining Helps Communities Canada World Gold Council

Understanding the impact of gold mining on local communities before, during and after the life of a mine is a vital part of responsible mining. This includes dealing not only with national governments, but understanding the needs and aspirations of indigenous communities. New Gold’s New Afton Mine started operations in July 2012.

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Mining on Indigenous Territories in the Philippines

Aug 16, 2020 Another area in which mining impacts the environment is the way in which extracted minerals can impact soil, water, and seafood in the Philippines (Appleton et al., 2006). Naboc Riber, in Mindanao, has one of the largest artisanal gold mining centres on the island (Appleton et al., 2006).

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The Peruvian Mining Boom: Indigenous Struggle for Land and

Apr 09, 2019 In 2013, Indigenous and campesinos communities gathered to protest 156 mining giants, including Barrick Gold Corporation and Peruvian state mines. The mining sector is a complex industry that affects Indigenous communities in multiple, often contradictory ways.

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