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USE OF SELF-ORGANIZING MAPS IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF DIFFERENT GROUPS OF RECLAMATION SITES IN THE AMAZON FOREST-BRAZIL
WIT Transactions on State-of-the-art in Science and Engineering
Brazil has the third largest reserve of contained tin, around 12.3% of the amount produced in world, being a large part of these reserves located in the Amazon region. As a result of this mineral wealth, the Amazonian ecosystem has been suffering a rapid process of environmental degradation since the sixties. In this sense, given the mining adverse consequences to the environment, Brazilian Constitution obligate the land reclamation of degraded areas by mining and it has been performed by thedoi:10.2495/sdp-v11-n6-827-833/001 fatcat:x72bk3dwqnhe7fg7ssmh2yprz4