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Title: Diamonds are forever: how myths can contribute to land degradation by small-scale diamond mining in Akwatia, Ghana
Authors: Adamtey, R.
Ocloo, K. A.
Peprah, C.
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies & Management
Citation: Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies & Management 7(5): 468 – 477, 2014
Abstract: Conventional literature on land degradation has largely focused on factors such as logging, farming, mining and construction to explain the causes of this phenomenon, paying little attention to what motivates the decisions behind these factors particularly in poor countries. One of the factors that is lease explored but promises to shed light on our understanding......................
Description: An article published by Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies & Management 7(5): 468 – 477, 2014
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10567
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