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  • Capital and labour in the Nigerian tin mines.
  • An analysis of the economic and social impact of tin mining in the Jos Plateau with a case study of the Birom people. (EMS).
  • Cornish tin mining: does it have a future?
  • River adjustment to changes in sediment load : the effects of tin mining on the Ringarooma River, Tasmania, 1875-1984
  • This paper is concerned with the impact of hydraulic tin mining on the Ringarooma River. It has two main aims : 1) to establish the transport history of the introduced debris over more than a century| and 2) to analyse the response of the river
  • Reclamation after tin mining on the Jos plateau Nigeria
  • Systematic selection of very important points (VIP) from digital terrain model (DTM) for constructing triangular irregular networks (TIN) in Geographic information system development in China.
  • Le piétinement par le bétail: facteur de dégradation des pâturages. L'exemple de la dune de Tin Ejar (Haute-Volta)
  • Couverture végétale ; Domaine aride ; Dune ; Déflation éolienne ; Ecologie ; Elevage ; Eolien ; Erosion des sols ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Haute-Volta ; Photo-interprétation ; Ruissellement ; Surpâturage ; Tin Ejar
  • Testing of the Siberia landscape evolution model using the Tin Camp Creek, Northern Territory, Australia, field catchment
  • The SIBERIA landscape evolution model was used to simulate the geomorphic development of the Tin Camp Creek natural catchment over geological time. Measured hydrology, erosion and geomorphic data were used to calibrate the SIBERIA model, which
  • Location, geomorphology, bionomy of the fringing reef of l'Etang-Salé tin the southwest of Reunion Island, Indian Ocean
  • The AA. examined changes in conductivity, total inorganic nitrogen (TIN), and a family biotic index (FBI) for benthic macroinvertebrates in a partially urbanized stream in eastern New York state, USA. The AA. expected conductivity, which results
  • mainly from road de-icing salt, to decrease in the green space due to dilution from low-conductivity surface runoff. They also expected TIN and FBI to indicate stream improvements in response to increased vegetative cover in the green space. Contrary
  • to expectations, conductivity did not improve in the ecological preserve, although TIN and FBI values did improve. Differences in scales of response explain this contrast in recovery/conductivity responded to basin-wide percentage impervious surface cover (ISC
  • ), while TIN and FBI responded to riparian-scale ISC, which declined sharply in the ecological preserve. Conserving riparian green space can aid natural recovery of TIN and FBI. In contrast, controlling conductivity requires watershed-wide management.
  • Tin, time, and space in the valley of heaven
  • Tin streaming and channel changes. Some preliminary observations
  • The second part of the study covers zink, lead, and tin on global and national scales, describing mining, trade and processing. - (DLO)