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Revegetation in the rehabilitation of mountain lands

Revegetation in the rehabilitation of mountain lands

proceedings of a symposium arranged by the Protection Forestry Division, 1974 : a presentation of results from revegetation research over the last 15 years

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Published by New Zealand Forest Service, Forest Research Institute in Rotorua, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand
    • Subjects:
    • Revegetation -- New Zealand -- Congresses.,
    • Mountains -- New Zealand -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementcompiled and edited by Joanna Orwin.
      SeriesF.R.I. symposium ;, vno. 16
      ContributionsOrwin, Joanna., Forest Research Institute (N.Z.). Protection Forestry Division.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS627.R47 F75 1974
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 244 p. :
      Number of Pages244
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3520744M
      LC Control Number82104560

      reclamation costs. Plan carefully in the design and mining phases to handle materials once or as little as possible. Backfilling done at the end of mining can be the most expensive reclamation technique. Also, mistakes made during mine development and operation phases often compound themselves during the reclamation phase. The best way toFile Size: 7MB. Subjects: Fire ecology Great Basin Management National Fire Plan (U.S.) Public lands Rangelands Restoration ecology Revegetation United States A guide for range reseeding on and near the national forests of Montana /.

      Revegetation Plan – Site Descriptions by Impact Type Revegetation Plan continued: In the following site descriptions, maps of numbered vegetation parcels were copied from and refer to the vegetation inventory conducted by the Los Angeles Department of Water and . Interior Alaska is a region defined by three mountain ranges; the Brooks Range to the north, the Chugach to the south, and the Alaska Range in between. “[Interior Alaska] includes North America’s highest mountain, permanently snow covered peaks, glaciers, rivers and streams, lakes, a diverse geology and veg-.

      county officials, and operators on reclaiming sand and gravel pits. It is intended to serve as a general reference in the development of site specific mining and reclamation plans. Throughout this volume, sand and gravel means a surficial geologic deposit of unconsolidated material that is mined using shovels, draglines, loaders, trucks,File Size: 2MB. Idaho Roadside Revegetation Handbook The Idaho Transportation Department Prepared in James Kingery, Angela throughout sagebrush, ponderosa pine, mountain brush, and juniper lands. Soil type. Well-drained, medium- to course-textured soils rehabilitation in arid areas along waterways.


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[Joanna Orwin; Forest Research Institute (N.Z.). Protection Forestry Division.;]. Spoil to Soil: Mine Site Rehabilitation and Revegetation N.S. Bolan, M.B. Kirkham, Y.S. The remediation of mine spoil is a global environmental issue affecting most nations.

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Remediation includes revegetation, i.e., greening, and the progressive rehabilitation of biodiversity, ecosystem structure and ecosystem function in degraded, damaged or destroyed mine lands [2. Durant McArthur Sherel K. Goodrich 2 Chapter This book is intended to assist range managers throughout the Intermountain West (fig.

The areas of greatest applicability are the Middle and Southern Rocky Mountains, Wyoming Basin, Columbia and Colorado Plateaus, and much of the basin and range physiographic provinces of Fenneman () or aboutAuthor: E.

Durant McArthur, Sherel K. Goodrich. The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (SMCRA) provides that, as a prerequisite for obtaining a coal mining permit, an applicant must post a reclamation bond to ensure that the regulatory authority has sufficient funds to reclaim the site in the case the permittee fails to complete the approved reclamation plan.

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Woodlands are often the anticipated result of ecological and landscape rehabilitation (Jim ). In a project aimed at the restoration of a granite quarry site, it appeared however that even the.

It introduces five factors that have a significant effect on the results of riparian rehabilitation--natural regeneration, water availability, channel stability, direct impacts such as livestock grazing and recreational activities, and soil salinity--and offers case studies that demonstrate how revegetation has been used both effectively and.

RESTORATION ECOLOGY 1. Anu.s 1 st MSc Aquatic biology&Fisheries 2. Due to the severe impact humans have already inflicted on the landscape andthe expensive cost of real estate, restoring a landscape may be more feasible than other options This is a relatively new fieldandmany advances have been made However, we rarely restore something to its former glory.

In: Orwin, J., ed., Revegetation in the rehabilitation of mountain lands, New Zealand Forest Service, Forest Research Institute Symposium No. 16, – Google Scholar Ledgard, N. J.,First year losses of Pinus mugo seed and seedlings on an exposed high country subsoil, New Zealand Journal of Forestry, 24 (1): 90–Author: N.

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D H E H = 1 Y 1 I J B J H > H D H J B K L M D A, Brook Byers Institute of Sustainable Systems, Georgia Institute of Tech- nology, Atlanta. Book Launch - Spoil to Soil: Mine Site Rehabilitation and Revegetation - to be launched at the Mine Rehab Conference on Thursday 12th April - Alec Roberts Spoil to Soil looks at both the fundamental and practical aspects of remediation and revegetation of mine sites and provides a narrative of how inert soil can be converted to living soil.

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The most important attribute of silvicultural approach to mine site restoration is the general increase in habitat complexity, resulting in general recovery of the ecosystem ().Trees help to recover soil mass and create habitats for different species, jump starting the flow of nutrients and by: 3.

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Conference shares international insights to manage the rehabilitation of mined lands Leading international professionals, stakeholders and companies within the mine rehabilitation sector will share and learn industry insights at a conference tomorrow, hosted by the University of Newcastle’s environmental outreach arm, the Tom Farrell Institute for the Environment (TFI).Lack of range management and subsequent deterioration of many arid and semiarid grazing lands throughout the world have created a desire to revegetate to recover the productive potential of these lands.

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