E3S Web Conf.
Volume 174, 2020Vth International Innovative Mining Symposium
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Environment Problems in Mining Regions|
|Published online||18 June 2020|
Disturbed Lands Reclamation Statement in the Territory of the Mokhovsky Coal Mine
1 Kuzbass State Agricultural Academy, 5 Markovtseva Street, Kemerovo, 650056, Russia
2 T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University, 28 Vesennyaya Street, Kemerovo, 650000, Russia
The national project “Ecology” sets to bring up to date the ecological policy of the environment-geared laws of the Russian Federation which must preserve biodiversity and afford the involvement of all participants in the process. Revegetation, as part of the program, sets to restore disturbed lands to a condition suitable for their use in the national economy and prevent their anthropogenic impact on the adjacent areas. The quality of reclamation works is not always at an adequate level, which creates difficulties in the remediated lands development. This is a consequence of insufficient information at the design stage, specifically data on the composition and properties of the soil cover and worked-out rock mass, lack of special technical support for the implementation of remediation measures at the proper level, the landscape of the deposit is not taken into account during the work with disturbed soils. Intensive use of the studied territories of the Sartakinsky, Karakansky and Mokhovsky fields both in agricultural and mining industries led to changes in the natural biocenos. This paper presents the study of soil-agrochemical characteristics (granulometric and structural structure of soil, the humus content, hydrogen index, the content of food elements, hydrolytic acidity, the sum of absorbed bases, absorption capacity, etc.) on different genetic horizons of zonal soils of Mokhovsky coal mine, and specifically unbroken soils of Mokhovsky, Sartakinsky and Karakansky fields on possibility of their use at carrying out of biological reclamation.
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