Ecological Restoration of Central European Mining

Even spontaneous restoration is promising in several Central European mining sites with fertile soils (Prach et al. 2011). Merino-Martín et al. (2017) also observed effective restoration of iron

Restoration of Mined Areas Ecological Restoration

2021-5-3  ADVERTISEMENTS: This article provides an overview on the restoration of mined areas. Ecosystem destruction by mining for coal, quarrying for minerals, and other processes to meet demands of industries, is an inevitable part of civilization. All over the world, mining sector is crucial in the development and economic prosperity. In India, mining is an important

Ecological Restoration of Coal Mine Degraded Lands

2019-1-1  On the other hand, ecological restoration can recuperate mine soil quality, establish a plant–soil relation, regenerate carbon sink, and benefit stakeholders and society. Proper management of post-mining sites requires technical and biological reclamation, and continuous monitoring and care until a self-sustaining ecosystem is established.

Ecological Restoration of Coal Mine Degraded Lands

2017-8-27  Mine degraded sites are either reclaimed—returning a derelict site to some use or rehabilitated, creating conditions for a new and substantially different use of the mining site or restored—recreating conditions suitable for previous use of area based on the end land-use of the sites. Generally, ecological restoration with forestry as end

Goals and methods of mine ecological restoration

2021-4-13  Goals and methods of mine ecological restoration. April.07,2020. Mineral resources are very important non-renewable natural resources. It is not only an indispensable material foundation for human society’s survival and development, but also a resource guarantee for the implementation of economic and social sustainable development strategies.

[PDF] Ecological restoration of land with particular

Mining causes the destruction of natural ecosystems through removal of soil and vegetation and burial beneath waste disposal sites. The restoration of mined land in practice can largely be considered as ecosystem reconstruction the reestablishment of the capability of the land to capture and retain fundamental resources. In restoration planning, it is imperative that goals, objectives, and

[PDF] Ecological restoration of mine degraded soils,

This paper reviews the ecological aspects of mined soil restoration, with special emphasis on maintaining a long-term sustainable vegetation on toxic metal mine sites. The metal mined soils are man-made habitats which are very unstable and will become sources of air and water pollution. Establishment of a vegetation cover is essential to stabilize the bare area and to minimize the pollution

Restoration of mined lands—using natural processes

1997-8-1  Mining causes soil damage and destruction. In the process of removing the desired mineral material, original soils become lost, or buried by wastes. In many countries legislation now requires that surface soils be conserved and replaced, but there is a vast heritage of degraded land left by past mining that requires restoration.

/ Near-natural restoration vs. technical reclamation in

2014-1-7  The proceedings you are just opening concern ecological restoration of sites dis-turbed by mining activities. They summarize current knowledge with an emphasis on near-natural restoration, in light of theoretical aspects of restoration ecology as the young scientific field. The proceedings are largely based on contributions presented at a workshop

Implementation of Basic Studies in the Ecological

2007-5-14  This paper focuses on attempts to encourage a new state of the art in the ecological restoration of surface‐mined land in Germany. On most of these sites, the application of traditional recultivation methods often destroys valuable ecological potential by leveling of the surface, ameliorating of nutrient‐poor substrates, and seeding or planting of species not suited to the present habitat

[PDF] Ecological restoration of land with particular

Mining causes the destruction of natural ecosystems through removal of soil and vegetation and burial beneath waste disposal sites. The restoration of mined land in practice can largely be considered as ecosystem reconstruction the reestablishment of the capability of the land to capture and retain fundamental resources. In restoration planning, it is imperative that goals, objectives, and

#MineClosurePerspectives: Ecological Restoration

The restoration of post-mining land is often stipulated in legislation relating to the industry, which typically requires that land is ‘restored’ to a viable end-use and/or that pre-mining vegetation cover is returned. However, mining activities may irreversibly alter topographies, soils,

Ecological restoration of litter in mined areas

The success of ecological restoration projects depends on going monitoring of key ecological variables to determine if a desired trajectory has been established and, in the case of mining sites, nutrient cycling recovery plays an utmost importance. This study aimed to quantify and compare the annual litter production in native forests, and in restoration sites established in bauxite mines.

Use of bryophytes for the ecological restoration of mining

2021-2-3  This project aims to fill this gap and to develop methods for integrating bryophytes into resilient ecological restoration. More specifically, bryophytes associated with vascular species of interest in the ecological restoration of mining sites will be identified, as well as the characteristics of their immediate environment.

NEW PARADIGMS OF TERRITORIAL PLANNING AND

The paper argues for the necessity of a new paradigm of ecological restoration in the face of mining extraction in the Latin American Andes. It begins with a critical reading of the extra-territorial connections between mining sites and settlements and unfolds their ambivalent relations through chronic cycles of ecological destruction.

Assessment of Preferred Ecological Restoration

The research also showed community members believed community mining was a collective effort to protect the environment. Keywords: Ecological restoration, illegal mining, government-based restoration, community mining, Payment for ecosystem services (PES) DOI: 10.7176/JEP/11-24-01. Publication date: December 31 st 2020

Ecological restoration in contaminated soils of

2016-1-1  Even if only 2924 ha of mining disturbed land have been reclaimed (Kozybayeva, 2011), the ecological restoration and mine reclamation have become significant parts of the sustainable development strategy in Kazakhstan. Ecosystem restoration on mining sites is of particular importance for environmental protection and ecological maintenance.

Forecasting the Potential Economic Impact of Ecological

$48,984,000,000 in income. Thus, ecological restoration can boost the economy of the country, especially local economies and at the same time increase the country’s ecological integrity. Keywords: Ecological restoration, illegal mining, job creation, Household income, local economy DOI: 10.7176/JESD/11-22-07 Publication date: November 30 th

COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT PLANTATION MODES IN

2013-1-16  Reestablishment of the vegetation ecosystem is a key approach to ecological restoration of the landscape of mining site. However, the ecological restoration of such highly disturbed ecosystems presents a great challenge. Although a large number of vegetation restoration modes have been developed in mining sites, the application of traditional

Potential for Successful Ecological Remediation

2007-12-12  ing mining-affected sites, the many parameters measured in these studies can be used to develop models that will guide the outcome of remedial and restoration activities in other watersheds. Chapter F Potential for Successful Ecological Remediation, Restoration, and Monitoring By Susan E. Finger, Stanley E. Church, and Paul von Guerard

Ecological Restoration of Coal Mine Degraded Lands

2017-8-27  Mine degraded sites are either reclaimed—returning a derelict site to some use or rehabilitated, creating conditions for a new and substantially different use of the mining site or restored—recreating conditions suitable for previous use of area based on the end land-use of the sites. Generally, ecological restoration with forestry as end

Ecological Degradation and Restoration in Coastal

The mechanism of ecological degradation and techniques of ecological restoration in the coastal mining sites in Hainan island were discussed according to the principles and methods of restoration ecology. The factors of human being and nature which affect the ecological degradation were analysed and the techniques of soil improvement and introduction of Casuarina equisetifolia were suggested.

#MineClosurePerspectives: Ecological Restoration

The restoration of post-mining land is often stipulated in legislation relating to the industry, which typically requires that land is ‘restored’ to a viable end-use and/or that pre-mining vegetation cover is returned. However, mining activities may irreversibly alter topographies, soils,

Ecological restoration of litter in mined areas

The success of ecological restoration projects depends on going monitoring of key ecological variables to determine if a desired trajectory has been established and, in the case of mining sites, nutrient cycling recovery plays an utmost importance. This study aimed to quantify and compare the annual litter production in native forests, and in restoration sites established in bauxite mines.

Use of bryophytes for the ecological restoration of mining

2021-2-3  This project aims to fill this gap and to develop methods for integrating bryophytes into resilient ecological restoration. More specifically, bryophytes associated with vascular species of interest in the ecological restoration of mining sites will be identified, as well as the characteristics of their immediate environment.

COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT PLANTATION MODES IN

2013-1-16  Reestablishment of the vegetation ecosystem is a key approach to ecological restoration of the landscape of mining site. However, the ecological restoration of such highly disturbed ecosystems presents a great challenge. Although a large number of vegetation restoration modes have been developed in mining sites, the application of traditional

Management and restoration of mining areas in India

2021-5-4  Project title: Developing Toolkit for Management & Restoration of Mining Areas in India Location: India Project Background: India is among the top ten mineral producing nations in the world and the mining and quarrying sectors contribute around 2.5% percent to the country’s GDP. India is the largest producer of sheet mica, the third largest producer of iron ore and the fifth largest producer

/ Near-natural restoration vs. technical reclamation in

2014-1-7  The proceedings you are just opening concern ecological restoration of sites dis-turbed by mining activities. They summarize current knowledge with an emphasis on near-natural restoration, in light of theoretical aspects of restoration ecology as the young scientific field. The proceedings are largely based on contributions presented at a workshop

Reimagining Remedies: How a New Ecological

2019-11-13  Ecological augmentation, an emerging remedial policy, could be used to advance completion of mining-contaminated sites with controlled human health risks.

Alternative Restoration Strategies in Former Lignite

2017-1-16  development on more than a hundred sites in former lignite mining areas of Eastern Germany (e.g.Tischew and Kirmer 2003, Tischew 2004, Tischew and Lorenz 2005). The aim was to determine opportunities for the integration of spontaneous colonization processes into restoration schemes of former mining sites. The following outlines the