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|標題:||The Analysis and Study on the Soil and Water Conservation Problem of Mining in Taiwan|
|作者:||HER, KANG LI|
|關鍵字:||soil and water conservation|
Abstract This study focused on the major restoration problem on soil and water conservation of mining areas. Based on the analytic results conducted by several researches for 17 mining areas such as limestone , coal ,china clay ,marble and dolomite ,this study investigated the current conditions of those vegetation experiments under various combinations of climate ,elevation ,soil type, and vegetation. Furthermore, conclusions were made for the economic, simple, and effective vegetation approaches and their appropriate plants for different types of mining areas. Several major findings are discovered as followed: (1)The vegetation restoration problems in mining areas arc from drainage, detention ponds, sediment ponds, slope stabilization , and vegetation. Among them, vegetation is the toughest problem to solve. (2)Appropriate vegetation season for mining areas in north and northeast Taiwan are March to June, while April to July are the right time for the mining areas in south and southeast Taiwan. (3)After applying soil enhancement to acid soil mining areas, acid-proof plants have higher chance to success for vegetation restoration. (4)Several herb and arber plants of frigid climate, such as **,**,and **,are suitable for the marble and dolomite mines with higher elevation. (5)Even though the restoration of mining areas depends on the climate, elevation , soil type ,slope, pH value, soil hardness, appropriate plants and their planting methods were concluded from the investigation results from previous experimental researches.
|Appears in Collections:||水土保持學系|
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