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  • Environmental Engineering and Management of Areas Affected by Mines : Australian and German Experiences Volume - III

About the Book:

Drawn from the vast experiences of two organizations in environmental engineering and management, this 3 book set has been designed. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Australia and Lausitzer and Mitteldesche Bergbau- Verwaltungsesellschaft mbH. Germany (LMBV), STANDING FOR Lusatian and Central German Mining Administration Company Ltd, have contributed greatly to the growth of knowledge in the areas of both operation and closed mines and mining areas. Several offices, universities and institutes in both the countries, notable among them, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research Helmholtz-ZENTRUM FUR Umweltforschung-(UFZ), Divisions of Water and Soil Sciences, Germany and the UNIVERSITY OF New South Wales, Australia also contributed greatly to the effort. The book discusses the procedure, engineering and technology they use to mitigate the environmental challenges of mining and mining areas.

Content

Chapter - 11:- Development of Soil Physical Parameters in Agricultural Reclamation after Mining in the First Few Years Chapter - 12:- Three decades of Concurrent Reclamation in the Bergheim Opencast Mine - from Planning to Recultivation Chapter - 13:- Evaluation of Residual Lakes and High Dumps in the Rhenish Lignite-Mining Area after the end of Mining Supervision Chapter - 14:- Re-Planning the Post-Mine Landscape in the Inden Opencast Mine in Conversation with the Local Community Chapter - 15:- Challenges and Status of German Lignite Mine Rehabilitation Chapter - 16:- Considerations of Integrated Reclamation Plan in the Post - Mining Lignite Mine Land Chapter - 17:- Post-Mining Landscapes Using an Ecosystem Generation Approach Chapter - 18:- Analyses and Monitoring of Lignite Mining Lakes in Eastern Germany with Spectral Signatures of Landsat TM Satellite Data Chapter - 19:- Soil Fauna and Improvement of Soil Quality by Surface Pattern in a Reclaimed Lignite Open-Cast Mine Chapter - 20:- Rehabilitation Success of Post mining Landscapes- Former Nabarlek Uranium Mine, Northern Territory, Australia

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Environmental Engineering and Management of Areas Affected by Mines : Australian and German Experiences Volume - III

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