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Apr 01, 2019· Opencast coal mining has a series of consequences on land resources and places enormous pressure on the ecological environment. Stripping, excavation, transportation and dumping have different effects on soil physical, chemical and biological properties. Moreover, the reconstructed landscapeproduces increased small-scale spatial heterogeneity of mined soils.

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    Nov 05, 2014· The recently-releasedAgriculturalCompetitiveness Green Paper outlines the concerns of farmers over the impact ofminingoperations inagriculturalareas. AsCoalSeam Gas (CSG) operations intensify in rural areas of Queensland and New South Wales, the federal government must back the paper’s commitment to protect the sustainability Australia’s farmland and water assets. Background …

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    Mar 09, 2017·Miningcan lead to the destruction of habitats in surrounding areas. The process begins with deforestation. Thelandabove theminemust be cleared of all obstructions to allow the miners to go to work. Sadly, mostminingcompanies are quite willing to destroy an entire forest to get access to mineral wealth. Deforestation has severaleffects.

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