|Statement||by Willis G. Vogel ; prepared for the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service|
|Contributions||United States. Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, United States. Forest Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
Soil Environment Plant-Soil Environment Soil Environment Impacts of Mining Practices to Enhance Forest Development Natural Changes in Plant Community Species Selection Criteria for Species Selection Revegetation Goals Site Conditions Plant Adaptations and Availability Soil Handling Soil Removal/Storage Soil Reconstruction Prime Farmland Soils. A Fundamental Approach to Soil Stabilization and Revegetation on Disturbed Sites. Successful rehabilitation and reclamation of large-scale soil and vegetation disturbances from permitted activities such as developments, highway projects and pipelines to catastrophic events in nature such as wildfires and flooding requires a comprehensive and holistic approach. Mining of mineral resources results in extensive soil damage, altering microbial communities and affecting vegetation leading to destruction of vast amounts of land. Reclamation is the process to restore the ecological integrity of these disturbed mine land areas. It includes the management of all types of physical, chemical and biological disturbances of soils such as soil pH, fertility Cited by: SOIL RECLAMATION OF ABANDONED MINE LAND BY REVEGETATION: A REVIEW V. Sheoran1, A. S. Sheoran2§, P. Poonia3 1, 3 Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Jai Narain Vyas University,Jodhpur, India 2 Department of Mining Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Jai Narain Vyas University,Jodhpur, India ABSTRACT Mining of mineral resources results in extensive soil .
A Manual for Training Reclamation Inspectors in the Fundamentals of Soils and Revegetation. Author: Willis Gene Vogel Publisher: N.A ISBN: N.A Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The book carries information on fundamentals of vegetables, fruits, ornamental plants, spices, medicinal and aromatic plants and post-harvest technology. There. A Manual for Training Reclamation I nspectors in the Fundamentals of. high quality soil. Six years after planting, revegetation with C. equisetifolia or A. occidentale had resulted in higher. Area-Capacity Computation Program, User Manual, Full text ( MB PDF) Bank Stabilization Design Guidelines, Full text (8 MB PDF) Best Practices in Hydrographic Surveying, Living Quick Users Guide for Hydrographic Survey Equipment, Version , September . 7. Either rapid litter decay, where nutrient release is desired, or a moderate rate of litter decay, where maintenance of a soil cover is required. 8. Absence of toxic substances in the litter or root residues. 9. For soil reclamation, a capacity to grow on poor soils. Absence of severe competitive effects with crops, particularly for water.
A Manual for Training Reclamation Inspectors in the Fundamentals of Soils and Revegetation. U.S. Dept. of Agric. Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. p. Washington State DOE (Department of Ecology). Biosolids Management Guidelines . Reclamation (Reclamation) standards USBR  and . Also, bedrock materials with the engineering properties of soils are described using these standards (chapter 2). The Reclamation standards are consistent with the American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) Designation D and on the USCS system [3,4]. EPTRI (Environmental Protection Training and Research Institute) (). Status of Solid Waste Disposal in Metropolis Hyderabad. Environmental Protection Training and Research Institute, Hyderabad, India, p. Google Scholar. Abstract. Revegetation of mined-out areas and overburden (OB) dumps is essential for effective and successful reclamation. In any revegetation planning, knowledge of the pre-existing vegetation and a vision for the development of desired ecosystem are essential.