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MINEDMinisterio de Educación (Spanish: Education Ministry)
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Sulfides tend to appear in the same geologic conditions as many types of mined metals and coals.
When you factor in the social and medical costs, the strain on already inadequate health-care systems, the loss of wage earners, and the inability to create revenue, either from agriculture or industry, because whole areas lie fallow once they are mined, the cost to these countries is enormous.
Though the area was mined between 1870 and the late 1950s, the Crowne Butte mine will cover more land.
In reality," says John Torbert, a Virginia Tech research associate who also is chairman of the American Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation's forestry and wildlife division, "people seldom use mined land later as hayland/pasture.