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Hidden impacts of sand extraction and trade

(American Association for the Advancement of Science) The increasing demand for sand in building infrastructure is prompting a range of environmental and social issues that must be addressed, Aurora Torres et al. stress in this Perspective, highlighting the role that science has in finding sustainable solutions.
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