MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 290, 20199th International Conference on Manufacturing Science and Education – MSE 2019 “Trends in New Industrial Revolution”
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|Published online||21 August 2019|
Rehabilitation opportunities of geomorphological modified lands in Panga Open Pit – Coal Basin Berbeşti
University of Petroşani, Romania, Faculty of Mines, Department of Environmental Engineering, University Street, 20, Petroşani, Romania
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Recovery and reuse of the lands affected by mining activities in the Panga open pit is carried out on a complex project that takes into account pedological, agrochemical and spatial aspects that highlight the physico-chemical properties of the land and, implicitly, the productive and recreational potential. The importance of eliminating or mitigating of the anthropic impact and of land reuse also arises from the fact that once restoration works are completed, the influence of the mining activity on the environmental factors will be considerably reduced and the vegetation, fauna and zonal microclimate will be restored. One of the major consequences of mining activity refers to significant geomorphological changes. In the present paper, these geomorphological changes generated by the mining activities are analysed in order to identify the land reuse opportunities, to ensure the premises of sustainable development of the region.
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