Revegetation is the process of replanting and rebuilding the soil of disturbed land. This may be a natural process produced by plant colonization and succession, manmade rewilding projects, accelerated process designed to repair damage to a landscape due to wildfire, mining, flood, or other cause.
Provides a fundamental understanding of mine-site spoil properties. Contains various approaches for remediation of mine-site contaminants. Outlines the potential value of risk-based approaches to remediation. Includes case studies of revegetation of mine sites for various land use practices. Full
On mining sites, 37 taxa were recorded, and 16 of them were not observed in the control site. Mined sites averaged 53% plot cover, while unmined sites were completely covered with plants, i.e., plot cover was 100%. On 18 plots in control sites, 28 species were recorded and 7 of them were not recorded in the mined sites.
Revegetation of Lands Impacted by Northern Hard Rock Mining: Case Studies Prepared By: Aboriginal Engineering Ltd. Prepared For: West Kitikmeot Slave Society December 7, 2005 . Acknowledgments . Disclaimer . Table of Contents Inside Story 2 Inside Story 2 Inside Story 2 Inside Story 3 Inside Story 4 Inside Story 5 Inside Story
Revegetation And Site Stabilization Activities During Mining - During the construction and the mining phase of a project, erosion control and site stabilization are of primary importance. State law requires that areas disturbed by mining must be revegetated and stabilized as soon as