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IMPACT OF IRON ORE MINING IN KUDREMUKH ON BHADRA

Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL) has been conducting its mining operations on an area of 4,604.55 ha in the Western Ghats for over 20 years. Opposition to its activities has built up over the years - from environmentalists and wildlife conservationists who are concerned about the threat to the region's flora and

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The Kudremukh Saga — A Triumph for Conservation ...

The problem with low-grade iron ore is that it generates a vast amount of waste, known as tailings. In the case of Kudremukh, with an iron ore content of just 30%, the remaining 70% of waste mud had to be dumped somewhere. That ‘somewhere’ turned out to be the forested Lakya valley, across which a tailings dam was constructed.

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THE KUDREMUKH SAGA – A TRIUMPH FOR CONSERVATION -

Jun 16, 2015  The problem with low-grade iron ore is that it generates a vast amount of waste, known as tailings. In the case of Kudremukh, with an iron ore content of just 30%, the remaining 70% of waste mud had to be dumped somewhere. That ‘somewhere’ turned out to be the forested Lakya valley, across which a tailings dam was constructed.

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Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd. [PDF] Documents ...

Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd. Prepared by Group D2 KIOCL: Mindless Mining Ecologically Sensitive Area: Renewing lease would repeat errors made in 1969 Mining in ecologically sensitive area - an antithesis of conservation ethics

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KUDREMUKH CONCERNS - Frontline

Sep 01, 2001  KUDREMUKH CONCERNS. Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited faces an uncertain future following a legal challenge to its mining operations and plans in a biodiversity-rich region that has been notified as a national park. AFTER an 11-day break, Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL) resumed its mining operations on August 5 in the picturesque ...

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Kudremukha mining: closure in sight? - Print View

On 31 December 2005, the curtains are set to come down on the Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd's long disputed mining operations in the protected Kudremukh National Park. But ensuring an end to mining in one of the most stunning landscapes of the country has not been easy. Pavithra Sankaran provides a telling narrative.

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About KIOCL. KIOCL Limited (Formerly known as Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited), a Flagship Company under the Ministry of Steel, Govt. of India was formed on 2 April 1976 for mining and beneficiation of low grade iron ore at Kudremukh, Karnataka, India.

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Post-Harvest Management of Phytoremediation Technology

An example of environmental damage by a mining company in India is the Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL) in the Western Ghats Mountain Ranges in Karnataka State in southern India. The operations of KIOCL have caused large-scale

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Kudremukh Iron Ore Company - Wikipedia

KIOCL Limited, formerly Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited is a government owned iron ore producer with its head office and administrative activities in Bangalore. It has a pelletisation plant in Mangalore and had an iron ore mine in Kudremukh (Chikkamagaluru district).It is under the ownership of Ministry of Steel, Government of India.The Kudremukh mine, one of the largest iron ore

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kudremukh iron ore ecological damage

Update on iron ore mining in Kudremukh National Park - Lee .... Aug 20, 2011 ... to reopen the iron ore mine in the area of Kudremukh National Park. However, ... To

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Kudremukh Iron Ore Ecological Damage

The Kudremukh Saga — A Triumph for Conservation . The problem with lowgrade iron ore is that it generates a vast amount of waste, known as tailings In the case of Kudremukh, with an iron ore content of just 30%, the remaining 70% of waste mud had to be dumped somewhere That ‘somewhere’ turned out to be the forested Lakya valley, across which a tailings dam was constructed

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effects on environment due to iron ore mining in karnataka

environmental damage by a mining company in india is the kudremukh iron ore company. limited (kiocl) in the western ghats mountain ranges in karnataka state Impact Of Leaching From Iron Ore Mines On . international journal of environmental sciences volume 2, no 4, 2012 due to leaching of toxic metals from sukri iron ore mines, present in chiria ...

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India Together: Kudremukha mining: closure in sight? - 30 ...

Oct 30, 2005  On 31 December 2005, the curtains are set to come down on the Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd's long disputed mining operations in the protected Kudremukh National Park. But ensuring an end to mining in one of the most stunning landscapes of the country has not been easy. Pavithra Sankaran > provides a telling narrative.

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Amphibian assemblages in undisturbed and disturbed areas ...

Oct 24, 2001  employees' township of the Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL). The iron-ore mining and associated township development inside the Park and the monoplanta-tions have turned the Park into a mosaic of natural and fragmented/altered habitats. I studied five distinct sites of disturbed and undisturbed nature within a 20-km radius of an ...

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DIAGNOSES Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL):

led iron ore mining was jump-started in Kudremukh during the emergency political Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL): The Death Knell and Beyond K N Murthy and D V R Seshadri The current issue of Vikalpa has published a case titled, “Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL): The Death Knell and Beyond” by KN Murthy and DVR Seshadri.

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KUDREMUKH CONCERNS - Frontline

Sep 01, 2001  Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited faces an uncertain future following a legal challenge to its mining operations and plans in a biodiversity-rich region that has been notified as a national park. AFTER an 11-day break, Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL) resumed its mining operations on August 5 in the picturesque hill ranges of ...

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Closure of The Kudremukh Mining Site: A Victory in the ...

The forests in the area are among the 18 internationally recognised “Hotspots” for biodiversity conservation in the world. In 1969, Kudremukh Iron Ore Co. Ltd. (KIOCL) was granted the permission for mining in Kudremukh for a lease period of 30 years. The mining operations did not end after the expiry of the lease on 25 th July 1999. The ...

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Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited - SlideShare

Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited ... the damage to the environment should be mitigated in whatever way possible • Government plays the role of a regulator and it needs to make sure that there is a balance created in the economic, social and ecological spheres • It has capacity to bare economical loss in order to save the environment ...

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Kudremukh Controversy - Times of India

Apr 22, 2010  In 2005, the apex court ordered the closure of mining by Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL) in 4,505 hectares of the green patch in the

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Disappearing forests of Kudremukh - The Hindu

Feb 22, 2016  The ‘leasing’ of property by the Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited to Alva’s luxury resort amounts to blatant contempt of the Supreme Court’s

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(PDF) Amphibian assemblages in undisturbed and disturbed ...

A four-year study assessed the diversity and distribution of amphibians in undisturbed and disturbed sites of the Kudremukh National Park (KNP), India. Iron-ore mining and associated activities in ...

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Waiting for a miracle - Frontline

Jan 27, 2006  THE Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL) shut down its mining operations in the Aroli-Gangamoola ranges of the Kudremukh hills on December 31, in accordance with the October 2002 ruling of the Supreme Court aimed at preserving the ecological integrity of the biodiversity-rich Kudremukh range.

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Kudremukh: Karnataka's ghost town revisited after fifteen ...

Sep 11, 2016  It has been more than 10 years since mining completely came to a close in the Kudremukh range, but the ecological damage caused by 30 years of mining is still evident.

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kudremukh iron ore ecological damage

Update on iron ore mining in Kudremukh National Park - Lee .... Aug 20, 2011 ... to reopen the iron ore mine in the area of Kudremukh National Park. However, ... To protect from the possible ecological damage

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IMPACT OF IRON ORE MINING IN KUDREMUKH ON

Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL) has been conducting its mining operations on an area of 4,604.55 ha in the Western Ghats for over 20 years. Opposition to its activities has built up over the years - from environmentalists and wildlife conservationists who are concerned about the threat to the region's flora and

Read More
effects on environment due to iron ore mining in karnataka

environmental damage by a mining company in india is the kudremukh iron ore company. limited (kiocl) in the western ghats mountain ranges in karnataka state Impact Of Leaching From Iron Ore Mines On . international journal of environmental sciences volume 2, no 4, 2012 due to leaching of toxic metals from sukri iron ore mines, present in chiria ...

Read More
Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd. [PDF] Documents

Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd. Prepared by Group D2 KIOCL: Mindless Mining Ecologically Sensitive Area: Renewing lease would repeat errors made in 1969 Mining in ecologically sensitive area - an antithesis of conservation ethics

Read More
Kudremukha mining: closure in sight? - Print View

On 31 December 2005, the curtains are set to come down on the Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd's long disputed mining operations in the protected Kudremukh National Park. But ensuring an end to mining in one of the most stunning landscapes of the country has not been easy. Pavithra Sankaran provides a telling narrative.

Read More
Amphibian assemblages in undisturbed and disturbed areas

Oct 24, 2001  employees' township of the Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL). The iron-ore mining and associated township development inside the Park and the monoplanta-tions have turned the Park into a mosaic of natural and fragmented/altered habitats. I studied five distinct sites of disturbed and undisturbed nature within a 20-km radius of an ...

Read More
THE KUDREMUKH SAGA - WILDLIFE AND CONSERVATION

Jun 16, 2015  The problem with low-grade iron ore is that it generates a vast amount of waste, known as tailings. In the case of Kudremukh, with an iron ore content of just 30%, the remaining 70% of waste mud had to be dumped somewhere. That ‘somewhere’ turned out to be the forested Lakya valley, across which a tailings dam was constructed.

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India Together: Kudremukha mining: closure in sight? - 30 October

Oct 30, 2005  Oct 30, 2005  On 31 December 2005, the curtains are set to come down on the Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd's long disputed mining operations in the protected Kudremukh National Park. But ensuring an end to mining in one of the most stunning landscapes of the country has not been easy. Pavithra Sankaran > provides a telling narrative.

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Kudremukh Controversy - Times of India

Apr 22, 2010  Apr 22, 2010  In 2005, the apex court ordered the closure of mining by Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL) in 4,505 hectares of the green patch in the park. ... The CAG estimated a loss of Rs 139.15 ...

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kioclltd

About KIOCL. KIOCL Limited (Formerly known as Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited), a Flagship Company under the Ministry of Steel, Govt. of India was formed on 2 April 1976 for mining and beneficiation of low grade iron ore at Kudremukh, Karnataka, India.

Read More
KUDREMUKH CONCERNS - Frontline

Sep 01, 2001  KUDREMUKH CONCERNS. Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited faces an uncertain future following a legal challenge to its mining operations and plans in a biodiversity-rich region that has been notified as a national park. AFTER an 11-day break, Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL) resumed its mining operations on August 5 in the picturesque ...

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The Kudremukh Saga - Conservation India

The problem with low-grade iron ore is that it generates a vast amount of waste, known as tailings. In the case of Kudremukh, with an iron ore content of just 30%, the remaining 70% of waste mud had to be dumped somewhere. That ‘somewhere’ turned out to be the forested Lakya valley, across which a tailings dam was constructed.

Read More
DIAGNOSES Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL):

led iron ore mining was jump-started in Kudremukh during the emergency political Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL): The Death Knell and Beyond K N Murthy and D V R Seshadri The current issue of Vikalpa has published a case titled, “Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited (KIOCL): The Death Knell and Beyond” by KN Murthy and DVR Seshadri.

Read More
Closure of The Kudremukh Mining Site: A Victory in the Fight for Environmental

The forests in the area are among the 18 internationally recognised “Hotspots” for biodiversity conservation in the world. In 1969, Kudremukh Iron Ore Co. Ltd. (KIOCL) was granted the permission for mining in Kudremukh for a lease period of 30 years. The mining operations did not end after the expiry of the lease on 25 th July 1999. The ...

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