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The Impact of Mining Lifecycles in Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan
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Chapter 1. Mining Lifecycles in Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan Part I: Exploring Mining - When Mining Comes to Town - Initiating Mining Infrastructure Chapter 2. A Pesky Story of Chinese Mining in Kyrgyzstan Chapter 3. Contestations over Mining Policies and Mineral Ownership in Mongolia from the Socialist Period to the Present Chapter 4. Gold mining conflicts in Kyrgyzstan: when Context and Culture Matters Chapter 5. Filling a Hole? Compensation for Mining-Induced Losses in the South Gobi Part II: Extracting information - Community Engagement with Mining Chapter 6. Social Impact Assessment in Mongolia: Development and Trends Chapter 7. Mining Melodrama in Mongolia: a Gurvantes Case Study Chapter 8. Does the Transparent Information Empower Communities? Natural Resource Data Accessibility and use Practices in Mongolia Chapter 9. Resource Extraction, Environmental Concerns and Social License to Operate in Kyrgyzstan Chapter 10. Mining Shadows on Mongolia's Environment and Heritage Part III: Rehabilitating Land and Society Chapter 11. Reclamation: Lack of Awareness and post-mining Mismanagement in Kyrgyzstan Chapter 12. After Life-of-Mine: Rethinking Mine Closure Chapter 13. Looking Back and Looking Forward - Conclusions on Reducing Site Level Conflict Associated with Mining

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Troy Sternberg is a senior researcher in the School of Geography at the University of Oxford, UK. He is the editor of multiple books, including Arid Land Systems (2019) and Societies and Climate Hazard Crises in Asia (Routledge, 2017).Kemel Toktomushev is a research fellow at the University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan. He is the author of Kyrgyzstan: Regime Security and Foreign Policy (Routledge, 2016).Byambabaatar Ichinkhorloo is a director of the International Institute for the Study of Nomadic Civilizations under the auspices of UNESCO. He is also a lecturer at the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, National University of Mongolia.

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