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Effects of Coal Mining Activities on Soil Properties with

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. The average concentrations of Fe, Mn, Zn, Pb, Cu, Ni, Cd and Cr were higher compared to the critical soil concentrations.

(PDF) Effects of Coal Mining Activities on Soil Properties

Sites near coal mining areas were heavily contaminated with all the measured heavy metals. The average concentrations of Fe, Mn, Zn, Pb, Cu, Ni, Cd and Cr were higher compared to the critical soil

Impact of the coal mining-contaminated soil on the food

2019-1-2  The study aimed to investigate the impacts of coal mining-contaminated soil on the locally grown food crops and humans health. For the active investigation and assessment, the study collected 175 samples including contaminated and control soil and various types of food crops (corn, wheat, mixed food (egg, pork meat, potato, pepper)) from Shaanxi Province. All these samples were analyzed

Prediction of soil organic carbon in a coal mining area by

2018-4-20  Coal mining has led to increasingly serious land subsidence, and the reclamation of the subsided land has become a hot topic of concern for governments and scholars. Soil quality of reclaimed land is the key indicator to the evaluation of the reclamation effect; hence, rapid monitoring and evaluation of reclaimed land is of great significance.

MONITORING SOIL MOISTURE IN A COAL MINING AREA

2016-6-21  chemical bases. However, the coal mining leads to ground surface deformation and previous studies show that in collapse fissure zone soil water losses almost 50% compared with non-fissure zone. The main objective of this study is to develop a retrieval model that is reliable and sensitive to soil moisture in the whole coal mining zone of

(PDF) Impact of the coal mining-contaminated soil on the

The study aimed to investigate the impacts of coal mining contaminated soil on the locally grown food crops and humans health. For the active investigation and assessment, the study collected 175

Soil contamination and human health risks in coal mining

Assessment of soil quality is one of the key parameters for evaluation of environmental contamination in the mining ecosystem. To investigate the effect of coal mining on soil quality, opencast

(PDF) Impact of coal mining on soil, water and

2014-4-2  The pH of coal water was found slightly acidic and available nutrients/heavy metal, organic carbon, exchangeable cations of coal water treated farmland soil suggest that coal mining

Coal Mining & Reclamation Soil S

2020-8-11  Coal Mining & Reclamation •The Public Service Commission is the agency responsible for regulating surface coal mining in North Dakota •4 large and 2 small surface mines produce about 28 million tons of lignite per year •Most of the lignite is used for mine-mouth power plants and a coal gasification facility

Characteristics and source identification of heavy metals

Download Citation Characteristics and source identification of heavy metals in abandoned coal-mining soil: a case study of Zhuxianzhuang coal mine in Huaibei coalfield (Anhui, China) In this

Surface Mining: Soil, Coal, and Society The National

2021-8-13  Surface Mining: Soil, Coal, and Society (1981) Read Online. View Cover. Surface Mining Soil, Coal, and Society (1981) E-mail this page Embed book widget. Download Free PDF Read Online.

Reclamation of Soils Degraded by Surface Coal Mining

2020-8-18  The largest Brazilian coal mine, called Candiota mine, is located in South Brazil, with an estimated reserve about 1.2 billion tons. Since late 2003, an experiment located at a reclaimed site in a coal mining area was conducted, in which a research group from the Federal University of Pelotas has been conducting a long-term experiment on soil quality with different plants species, such as

Coal mining practices reduce the microbial biomass

2016-2-1  The coal mining process followed by the soil construction usually reduces the SOM, which can facilitate the soil degradation. The loss of SOM and, consequently, the decrease of the microbial population, affect the soil’s physical restoration as well as the re-vegetation process (Grayston et al., 2004). The SOM, the microorganisms, and the

MONITORING SOIL MOISTURE IN A COAL MINING AREA

2016-6-21  chemical bases. However, the coal mining leads to ground surface deformation and previous studies show that in collapse fissure zone soil water losses almost 50% compared with non-fissure zone. The main objective of this study is to develop a retrieval model that is reliable and sensitive to soil moisture in the whole coal mining zone of

Coal Mining Influences on the Soil Water Content in Mao

The soil water content in a region is closely related to plant growth. The coal Mining has a strong influence on the soil in Mao Wusu sand land. This study investigated the relationship between the soil water content and the collapse Degree Land of Coal Mining. Samples of the collapse land were analyzed for the soil water content in different slope locations in summer.

Land Subsidence in a Coal Mining Area Reduced Soil

2019-10-16  subsidence areas a ected by coal mining are continually increasing annually [23]. Land subsidence has altered the soil microbial community and decreased the soil microbial richness and diversity in the aeolian sand area of western China [24]. However, the impact of coal mining on soil quality in the arid

Soil organic carbon in rehabilitated coal mine soils as an

Soil organic carbon in rehabilitated coal mine soils as an indicator for soil health T Baumgartl Federation University, Australia J Chan University of Queensland, Australia F Bucka Technical University of Munich, Germany E Pihlap Agricultural Research Centre, Estonia Abstract Rehabilitation intends to provide a safe, stable and sustainable environment.

Coal Mining & Reclamation Soil S

2020-8-11  Coal Mining & Reclamation •The Public Service Commission is the agency responsible for regulating surface coal mining in North Dakota •4 large and 2 small surface mines produce about 28 million tons of lignite per year •Most of the lignite is used for mine-mouth power plants and a coal gasification facility

Pedogenesis problems on reclaimed coal mining sites Soil

Open-cast coal mining presents a big global issue because of the large areas the mines occupy, which get entirely changed. Their ecosystems lose most of their functions, and a huge amount of fertile soil gets utterly destroyed. Reclamation is a process of returning the functions of the soil

Structural and functional differentiation of bacterial

2020-2-4  In addition, soil samples were collected from non-mining areas adjacent to each coal mine. These samples served as reference (designated RefX, RefY and RefZ for sites X, Y and Z, respectively).

Surface Mining: Soil, Coal, and Society The National

2021-8-13  Surface Mining: Soil, Coal, and Society (1981) Read Online. View Cover. Surface Mining Soil, Coal, and Society (1981) E-mail this page Embed book widget. Download Free PDF Read Online.

Soil Contamination Pattern Affected by Coal Mining

coal mining on soil properties in the Hyrcanian forest for the first time. The geostatistical technique was used to assess soil physio-chemical properties in the unsampled area by creating kriging map. The hypotheses of present study were that traditional coal mining can adversely affect forest soil and can increase Pb

Impact of surface coal mining on soil hydraulic properties

2017-1-6  how mining practices affect soil hydraulic properties and to assess, using a modeling approach, how the altered soil prop-erties affect soil erosion. The primary objectives of this study were to: 1. Determine soil hydraulic properties resulting from reclamation management practices at the Rosebud Mine, a typical surface coal mine in the western

Coal Mining Influences on the Soil Water Content in Mao

The soil water content in a region is closely related to plant growth. The coal Mining has a strong influence on the soil in Mao Wusu sand land. This study investigated the relationship between the soil water content and the collapse Degree Land of Coal Mining. Samples of the collapse land were analyzed for the soil water content in different slope locations in summer.

Land Subsidence in a Coal Mining Area Reduced Soil

2019-10-16  subsidence areas a ected by coal mining are continually increasing annually [23]. Land subsidence has altered the soil microbial community and decreased the soil microbial richness and diversity in the aeolian sand area of western China [24]. However, the impact of coal mining on soil quality in the arid

Soil organic carbon in rehabilitated coal mine soils as an

Soil organic carbon in rehabilitated coal mine soils as an indicator for soil health T Baumgartl Federation University, Australia J Chan University of Queensland, Australia F Bucka Technical University of Munich, Germany E Pihlap Agricultural Research Centre, Estonia Abstract Rehabilitation intends to provide a safe, stable and sustainable environment.

Coal Mining & Reclamation Soil S

2020-8-11  Coal Mining & Reclamation •The Public Service Commission is the agency responsible for regulating surface coal mining in North Dakota •4 large and 2 small surface mines produce about 28 million tons of lignite per year •Most of the lignite is used for mine-mouth power plants and a coal gasification facility

Pedogenesis problems on reclaimed coal mining sites Soil

Open-cast coal mining presents a big global issue because of the large areas the mines occupy, which get entirely changed. Their ecosystems lose most of their functions, and a huge amount of fertile soil gets utterly destroyed. Reclamation is a process of returning the functions of the soil

Structural and functional differentiation of bacterial

2020-2-4  In addition, soil samples were collected from non-mining areas adjacent to each coal mine. These samples served as reference (designated RefX, RefY and RefZ for sites X, Y and Z, respectively).

Coal Mining Effects on the Environment

Coal mining releases toxic materials into the soil and water. Bad mining can start coal fires which can burn for decades releasing “fly ash” and smoke filled with greenhouse gases and toxic chemicals. It releases coal mine methane which is 20 times more powerful than carbon dioxide.