-All of the above
-Mining has a large impact on the environment because minerals are contained within the Earth. Earth must be removed in order to extract the minerals. When the minerals are close to the surface, the earth is removed, causing destruction to the shape of the land and the flora and fauna living in that area.
-The environmental problems arising due to mining activities are Land degradation, Degradation of forest and loss of biodiversity, Soil contamination, Air pollution, Surface and ground water pollution, noise and vibrations, Deterioration of natural drainage system.
All three of the mentioned consequences occur after a long-time mining operation has existed.
-All the aboveerosion an open pit sedimentation
-Surface mining removes ore deposits that are close to the surface, and subsurface mining removes minerals that are deep underground. While mineral use is very important to us, there are also many environmental impacts, such as erosion, air and water pollution, land destruction and harm to mine workers.
-The environmental impact of mining includes erosion, formation of sinkholes, loss of biodiversity, and contamination of soil, groundwater, and surface water by chemicals from mining processes.Besides creating environmental damage, the contamination resulting from leakage of chemicals also affects the health of the local population.
C sedimentation is the answer
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