Preserving the Legacy of Historic Metal-Mining Industries in Light of the Water Framework Directive and Future Environmental Change in Mainland Britain: Challenges for the Heritage Community

@article{Howard2015PreservingTL,
  title={Preserving the Legacy of Historic Metal-Mining Industries in Light of the Water Framework Directive and Future Environmental Change in Mainland Britain: Challenges for the Heritage Community},
  author={A. Howard and M. Kincey and C. Carey},
  journal={The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice},
  year={2015},
  volume={6},
  pages={15 - 3}
}
  • A. Howard, M. Kincey, C. Carey
  • Published 2015
  • Environmental Science
  • The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice
  • Abstract Contemporary global metal mining is a source of environmental pollution, but in Britain it is our historic mining industry that has left a legacy of contamination in the landscape, around both the immediate mine sites as well as within the river valley floors that drain these orefields. It has been estimated that the levels of lead and zinc stored within some northern British river systems represent values comparable to present-day reserves of economically viable ore deposits and… CONTINUE READING
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