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Population Studies Center
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In this paper, values associated with water-sociocultural, economic, and chemical-in a small-scale gold mining community in northeastern Ghana are considered. 

January 2013
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By Larissa Larsen and Joe Grengs, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning

Students: Julia Billings, Emily Provonsha, Karen Spangler, and Allison Sponseller

Report prepared with funding from the Graham Sustainability Institute

July 2012
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A detailed, 513-page report (PDF) generated after the 20-month Campus Sustainability integrated Assessment at U-M.

Two-page summary fact sheet also available

September 2011
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Fact Sheet

This two-page printable document provides a summary of the Campus Sustainability Integrated Assessment process and outcomes in the four primary theme areas: Climate Action, Waste Prevention, Health Environments, and Community Awareness.

September 2011
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A review of comprehensive plans to address the cultural and behavioral aspects of environmental sustainability at the University of Michigan.

August 2011
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An analysis of metal exposures in male residents as a result of small-scale gold mining in Ghana.

April 2011
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Analysis of the exposure of women to mercury as a consequence of working and living in a gold mining site.

March 2011
U.S. Green Building Council
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A review of climate-related vulnerabilities at the regional level, and prioritization of design, construction, and operation strategies to increase resilience and facilitate climate adaptation.

February 2011
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Occupational exposures to elemental mercury (via urine sampling) and dietary exposures to methylmercury (via hair sampling) were assessed among 120 participants recruited from a mining community located in the Talensi–Nabdam District of Ghana's Upper East region during summer 2009. 

November 2010
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An analysis of mercury concentrations in human hair and urine sample of miners and farmers in a small-scale gold mining area of Ghana.

November 2010

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