impact of line mining on soil properties

impact of line mining on soil properties

The Impact of Nickel Mining on Soil Properties and

Opencast nickel mining is common in natural forests of Indonesia. However, rehabilitation of postmining degraded land is difficult. We investigated the effect of opencast nickel mining on soil chemical properties and the growth of two fast-growing tropical tree species, Falcataria moluccana and Albizia saman . Soil was collected from post-nickel mining land and a nearby natural forest.

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(PDF) The Impact of Nickel Mining on Soil Properties

The Impact of Nickel Mining on Soil Properties and Growth of Two Fast-Growing Tropical Trees Species November 2020 International Journal of Forestry Research 2020(19):1-9

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Impact of surface coal mining on soil hydraulic properties

2017-1-6  Soil erosion is strongly related to soil hydraulic properties. Understanding how surface coal mining affects these properties is therefore important in developing effective management practices to control erosion during reclamation. To determine the impact of mining activities on soil hydraulic properties,

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impact of limestone mining on soil properties

Impact of Limestone Mining Activity on Soil Properties. A study was conducted in limestone area where in it contained 39-48% CaO and 0.5-1.9% MgO, on the impact of its dust on soil properties in the vicinity of its mining and crushing activity. Soil samples from 0-15 cm depth were collected and analyzed for physico-chemical and chemical properties.

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(PDF) Effects of Coal Mining Activities on Soil

The extensive coal mining in the area altered physico-chemical properties of the soil. Sites near coal mining areas were heavily contaminated with all the measured heavy metals.

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Impact of Limestone Mining Activity on Soil Properties.

2006-8-31  A study was conducted in limestone area where in it contained 39-48% CaO and 0.5-1.9% MgO, on the impact of its dust on soil properties in the vicinity of its mining and crushing activity. Soil samples from 0-15 cm depth were collected and analyzed for physico-chemical and chemical properties.

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IMPACT OF MARBLE MINING ON SOIL PROPERTIES IN A

The bulk density of the soil at the mining area was 1.68± 0.12 mg m-3 and decreased progressively to 1.05 ± 0.15 mg m-3, 10,000 m away. Heavy traffic on the top soil within the vicinity of the mining may have contributed to the high bulk density within the mining area (Aina, 1989). Soil chemical properties

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Impact of coal mining on soil properties and their ...

Impact of coal mining on soil properties and their efficient eco-restoration Impact of coal mining on soil properties and their efficient eco-restoration 2017-01-01 00:00:00 Coal mining is one of the core industries that contribute to the economic development of a country but deteriorate the environment. Being the primary source of energy, coal has become essential to meet the energy demand of ...

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Effects of surface coal mining and land reclamation on ...

2019-4-1  Mining and reclamation involves changes in soil physical properties which can determine the influence of mining on soil chemical properties, soil fauna and plant growth (Nawaz et al., 2013). A simplified schematic of coal mining and reclamation processes are shown in Fig. 1. Download : Download high-res image (837KB)

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Impact of Marble Mining on Soil Properties in a Part

The effects of marble mining activities on the properties of soils of Igbeti marble area, Oke-Ogun, Southwestern Nigeria were investigated. Sample plots of 10 x 10 m2 were established at 150 m intervals from the factory site up to a distance of 600 m and with a sample plot at 10 km to serve ascontrol in four cardinal directions.

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Soil Properties and Land Capability Evaluation in a ...

3.2. Soil Physico-Chemical Properties. The studied soil physico-chemical characteristics are presented in Table 3. The soils showed a high (1.5 - 1.8 g・cm −3) bulk density and low porosity (30.76% - 42.3%); nevertheless, the porosity was slightly lower for the footslope soils. This could be due to lateral migration and accumulation of fine ...

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Soil Tillage Research - Journal - Elsevier

2 天前  A combined data mining approach for on-line prediction of key soil quality indicators by Vis-NIR spectroscopy Natural and managed soil structure: On the fragile scaffolding for soil functioning Changes in mineral-associated carbon and nitrogen by long-term fertilization and sequestration potential with various cropping across China dry croplands

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Ways Soil Can Affect Your Construction Project

A soil scientist may also consider adding an aggregate to the soil in order to increase pore space and retention. General Kinematics produces top-of-the-line aggregate equipment to aid in the process of screening out fines. 3) The soil resistance must also be considered for

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Inherent Factors Affecting Soil Infiltration

2012-5-1  compaction) impact infiltration by affecting surface crusting, compaction, and soil organic matter. Without a protective vegetative or residue cover, bare soil is subject to direct impact and erosive forces of raindrops that dislodge soil particles. Dislodged soil particles fill in and block surface

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High Resolution Mapping of Soil Properties Using

2017-1-23  Accurate and detailed spatial soil information is essential for environmental modelling, risk assessment and decision making. The use of Remote Sensing data as secondary sources of information in digital soil mapping has been found to be cost effective and less time consuming compared to traditional soil mapping approaches. But the potentials of Remote Sensing data in improving

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SOIL STABILIZATION METHODS AND MATERIALS

2016-9-29  a magic wand by which every soil properties can be improved for better (Ingles and Metcalf, 1972).The decision to technological usage depends on which soil properties have to be modified. The chief properties of soil which are of interest to engineers are volume stability, strength, compressibility, permeability and durability (Ingles and

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6 Potential Environmental Effects of Uranium Mining ...

In contrast, for open-pit mining the amount of disturbed soil is at a maximum. In addition, secondary effects, such as increased water runoff due to soil compaction, described previously in this section, can impact offsite conditions. During mine site reclamation, topsoil that had been stockpiled during the mining process is replaced on the land.

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3 Technologies in Exploration, Mining, and Processing ...

2 天前  Surface mining is a generic term describing several methods of mining mineral deposits from the surface, which entails removing the vegetation, top soil, and rock (called overburden materials) above the mineral deposit, removing the deposit, and reclaiming the affected land for postmining land use.

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Impact of Brick Kilns’ Emission on Soil Quality of ...

The study was conducted to evaluate soil quality and impact of brick kiln on different physicochemical parameters of soils of agricultural field, located in the vicinity of Bhaktapur, Nepal. The study was carried out by determining the physicochemical characteristics of soil, soil fertility, and heavy metal contamination of soil. During the entire study period, water absorptivity of soil ...

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Nickel mining: the hidden environmental cost of

2017-8-24  The mining and processing of nickel-rich ores can generate high loadings of dust in the air, that contains high concentrations of potentially toxic metals, including nickel itself, copper, cobalt ...

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