Economic geology of Sri Lanka
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Published by Natural Resources, Energy & Science Authority in Colombo .
Written in English

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Places:

  • Sri Lanka.

Subjects:

  • Geology, Economic -- Sri Lanka.

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Edition Notes

StatementJ.W. Herath.
SeriesNatural resources series ;, no. 1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTN104.7 .H46 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination207 p. :
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2510627M
LC Control Number87902674

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vision connecting earth, natural resources & people to drive socio economic development of sri lanka. mission continue compiling country’s portfolio of geological resources, regulating mineral exploration, mining, processing, transport, trade-in, storing and export of minerals by the issue of licences and providing expert technical counsel thereof and dissemination of geoscience information. IGSL is the Professional Body for the Geologists in Sri Lanka. IGSL has been enacted by the Parliament Act NO.3 of to regulate, maintain and uphold the professional and ethical principles and standards in all matters connected with the practice of Geology. The research of red sands in Sri Lanka therefore concentrates on their mineralogy and economic significance along with a few studies on pedogenesis and archaeological content (Cooray, Sri Lanka has shown steady growth over the last decade although key macroeconomic challenges persist. Sri Lanka is a middle-income country with a GDP per capita of USD 4, () and a total population of million people. Following 30 years of civil war that ended in , Sri Lanka’s economy grew at an average percent during the.

“In Sri Lanka curiosity was not a trait encouraged among children, particularly in girls, because those in power- often males, but anyone older, or of higher caste, education or influence- were always right and their reasons needn't be explained or understood to the subordinate.”. An introduction to the geology of Sri Lanka (Ceylon) Responsibility by P.G. Cooray ; with a foreword by John Sutton. Edition 2nd (rev.) ed. Imprint Geology > Sri Lanka. Bibliographic information. Publication date Title Variation Geology of Sri Lanka (Ceylon) Browse related items. Beach sands of this region are mined and processed by Lanka Minerals Sands Ltd. (), a company owned by the Government of Sri Lanka, and the successor to Ceylon Mineral Sands Corp. The company’s primary mining operations and processing plants are located just east of Pulmoddai on the northeast coast of Sri Lanka (Fig. 2). Sri Lanka is a tropical Island and lies 32 km to the east of the southernmost extremjty of Peninsular India. It has an area of 65, sq. krn and is km long and km at its greatest breadth.