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How does mining affect local populations? a. Mining is a vital part of the economy of surrounding towns. b. Mining introduces pollution into local water supplies. c. Mining disrupts local populations of flora and fauna. d. All of the above are true.

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Curtis Rhodes on March 9, 2018

The answer is: d. All of the above are true.Mining usually provide many job opportunities around the city, and will be considered by the local people as an integral part of its economy. The leakage of substances from the mines often absorbed into the land and water reserves that basically make them not suitable for consumption. To create mines, companies often cuts trees in order to provide spaces for their equipment, distribution path, or residence. This could disrupt the local populations of flora and fauna.

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