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Introducing an Ecosystem Approach to Quarry Restoration

2017-12-18  of quarry restoration. It shows how an ecosystem services approach could offer the minerals industry a systematic framework to enhance, structure and communicate the benefits which restored quarries provides to society. The ecosystem services approach is an emerging trend in policy, academia and land management.

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quarries on the ecosystem restoration quarry restoration « eco-restore.net Posts about quarry restoration written by Boris Barov and Irene Lorenzo. ... into an area for nature, biodiversity, ecosystem services and other public benefits.

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Index System to Evaluate the Quarries Ecological

the restoration of ecosystem structure and the integrity of the ecosystem; effect evaluation emphasizes the recovery o f ecosystem function, that is, the recovery of energy flow, material

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Mid‐term effects on ecosystem services of quarry ...

Mid‐term effects on ecosystem services of quarry restoration with Technosols under Mediterranean conditions: 10‐year impacts on soil organic carbon and vegetation development. ... The use of Technosols for the restoration of limestone quarries overcomes the usual ‘in situ’ scarcity of soil and/or its poor quality. The use of mine spoils ...

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Quarries to pay for ecology restoration - The Hindu

2021-1-12  The SEAC has already made ecosystem restoration mandatory for quarries that are granted operational licence in Kerala. Licencees are required to restore the degraded ecosystem

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Index System to Evaluate the Quarries Ecological

Downloadable! The restoration and evaluation of degraded ecosystems is an important component of the sustainable development of complex “human-natural-economic” ecosystems. Based on an analysis of ecosystem evolution and the integration of structure, function, and services, this study proposes that ecosystems can be returned to a self-maintaining, dynamic balance by enriching system ...

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Enhancing Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in

P. halepensis high cover in restoration sites greatly affects the structure of the ecosystem, and most likely its functioning too, as well as related ecosystem services, causing divergence from ...

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Proposals on spent quarries still on paper - The Hindu

2020-12-24  The State Expert Appraisal Committee has made ecosystem restoration mandatory for quarries that are granted operational licence from 2012. Last year, the

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The role of restored quarries and EU green and blue ...

2018-10-15  3. The role of restored quarries in the EU green and blue infrastructure network » Included in Action 8 of the Nature Action Plan: • 'Identify with MS/stakeholders best practices on investment for extractive operations and land rehabilitation restoration by Non Energy Extractive Industry, in order to complement the existing guidance

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(PDF) Quarries meet biodiversity: insights from a long ...

At the dawn of the Decade on Ecosystem Restoration declared b y the United Nations for 2021-2030, habitat restoration rises as an unparalleled opportunity to achieve Sustainable Development Goals ...

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Quarries to pay for ecology restoration - The Hindu

2021-1-12  The SEAC has already made ecosystem restoration mandatory for quarries that are granted operational licence in Kerala. Licencees are required to restore the degraded ecosystem

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Index System to Evaluate the Quarries Ecological

Downloadable! The restoration and evaluation of degraded ecosystems is an important component of the sustainable development of complex “human-natural-economic” ecosystems. Based on an analysis of ecosystem evolution and the integration of structure, function, and services, this study proposes that ecosystems can be returned to a self-maintaining, dynamic balance by enriching system ...

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Ecological restoration across the ... - Quarries Alive 2018

2018-10-15  Quarries Alive, 2-4 May 2018, University of Évora, Portugal Ecological restoration across the Mediterranean Basin as viewed by practitioners Alice Nunes, Graça Oliveira, Teresa Mexia, Otília Correia, Cristina Branquinho [email protected]

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Quarry restoration projects RESTORE biodiversity

Quarries cover an area of more than 250,000ha in north-west Europe, and after they reach the end of their working lives, their restoration can contribute significantly to restoring lost biodiversity, as well as providing essential eco-system services, such as flood-risk alleviation.

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Project of Ecosystem Restoration and Management in

2020-5-22  CIMBENIN develops, through the company CALCIM S.A, a limestone extraction and crushing unit in FONGBA in the Mono department, Lokossa municipality . The activities related to the exploitation of this limestone induce the degradation of the riparian lands which entails the destruction of the biodiversity of this ecosystem. In fact, It has been found that the soil is lossed and

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The ecological potential of a restored abandoned

The purpose of this study is to identify the impacts of abandoned quarries and to examine scenarios for their restoration. Two quarries were selected as case studies, which are located in the ...

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Suitable Re-Use of Abandoned Quarries for

Old quarries allow us to understand the alteration process of the material, to establish their durability and provide valuable information in view of the restoration and conservation works. The Geomonumental Routes [ 37 ] are excellent examples of a holistic approach of how to promote the heritage interlocking history and science.

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The role of native woody species on the restoration of ...

2015-1-20  1 1 The role of native woody species on the restoration of campos rupestres in quarries 2 3 Soizig Le Stradic, Elise Buisson, Daniel Negreiros, Pascal Campagne G. Wilson 4 Fernandes 5 Le Stradic, S. (Corresponding author, [email protected]) Buisson, E. 6 ([email protected]) Campagne, P. ([email protected]) : UMR

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Potential Environmental Impacts of Quarrying Stone in ...

2002-2-7  quarries and environmental problems in karst has existed for nearly fi fty years, but is scarce. There are numerous arti-cles in the literature that describe envi-ronmental impacts on karst from human activities other than quarrying, but there are relatively few articles that speci fi-cally refer to impacts from quarrying.

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The historical reference in restoration ecology: Re ...

2014-6-9  models. The challenge in ecosystem restoration is learning how to ‘discover the past’ (Egan and Howell, 2001), which means not only ‘to set the system ticking again’, as Don Falk (1990) so nicely put it, but also to acknowledge and take advantage of past legacies that shape or perhaps even dominate future ecosystem configurations.

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Ecological restoration across the ... - Quarries Alive 2018

2018-10-15  Quarries Alive, 2-4 May 2018, University of Évora, Portugal Ecological restoration across the Mediterranean Basin as viewed by practitioners Alice Nunes, Graça Oliveira, Teresa Mexia, Otília Correia, Cristina Branquinho [email protected]

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Project of Ecosystem Restoration and Management in

2020-5-22  CIMBENIN develops, through the company CALCIM S.A, a limestone extraction and crushing unit in FONGBA in the Mono department, Lokossa municipality . The activities related to the exploitation of this limestone induce the degradation of the riparian lands which entails the destruction of the biodiversity of this ecosystem. In fact, It has been found that the soil is lossed and

More

Quarry restoration projects RESTORE biodiversity

Quarries cover an area of more than 250,000ha in north-west Europe, and after they reach the end of their working lives, their restoration can contribute significantly to restoring lost biodiversity, as well as providing essential eco-system services, such as flood-risk alleviation.

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LIFE IN QUARRIES - LIFE IN QUARRIES

protection and preventing the restoration of ecosystem services following their closure. Objectives The LIFE IN QUARRIES project aims to develop biodiversity in active quarries by: Testing and defining methods for the restoration, maintenance and management of pioneer species and habitats;

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Restoration practice - RESTORE quarries

2016-2-24  Restoration Practice The RESTORE project is actively working on a number of quarry restoration projects across NW Europe. These aim to identify, develop and showcase best practice in afteruse restoration; highlighting how quarry restoration can provide a range of public benefits at the same time as helping to conserve biodiversity.

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Enhancing biodiversity and ecosystem services in

2020-12-21  Enhancing biodiversity and ecosystem services in quarry restoration – challenges, strategies, and practice: Outros títulos: Biodiversity and ecosystem services in quarries: Autor: Salgueiro, Pedro A. Prach, Karel Branquinho, Cristina Mira, António: Palavras-chave: Ecosystem restoration Non-energy extractive industry Spontaneous succession

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Suitable Re-Use of Abandoned Quarries for

Old quarries allow us to understand the alteration process of the material, to establish their durability and provide valuable information in view of the restoration and conservation works. The Geomonumental Routes [ 37 ] are excellent examples of a holistic approach of how to promote the heritage interlocking history and science.

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Quarries promote biodiversity – Quarries Nature

Quarries promote biodiversity – Quarries Nature 2019 24 October 2019 With its quarry restoration programmes the minerals extraction industry makes a significant contribution to biodiversity in the UK, as these award-winning projects demonstrate.

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The role of native woody species on the restoration of ...

2015-1-20  1 1 The role of native woody species on the restoration of campos rupestres in quarries 2 3 Soizig Le Stradic, Elise Buisson, Daniel Negreiros, Pascal Campagne G. Wilson 4 Fernandes 5 Le Stradic, S. (Corresponding author, [email protected]) Buisson, E. 6 ([email protected]) Campagne, P. ([email protected]) : UMR

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The historical reference in restoration ecology: Re ...

2014-6-9  models. The challenge in ecosystem restoration is learning how to ‘discover the past’ (Egan and Howell, 2001), which means not only ‘to set the system ticking again’, as Don Falk (1990) so nicely put it, but also to acknowledge and take advantage of past legacies that shape or perhaps even dominate future ecosystem configurations.

More

Quarry restoration projects RESTORE biodiversity

Quarries cover an area of more than 250,000ha in north-west Europe, and after they reach the end of their working lives, their restoration can contribute significantly to restoring lost biodiversity, as well as providing essential eco-system services, such as flood-risk alleviation.

More

Restoration practice - RESTORE quarries

2016-2-24  Restoration Practice The RESTORE project is actively working on a number of quarry restoration projects across NW Europe. These aim to identify, develop and showcase best practice in afteruse restoration; highlighting how quarry restoration can provide a range of public benefits at the same time as helping to conserve biodiversity.

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LIFE IN QUARRIES - LIFE IN QUARRIES

protection and preventing the restoration of ecosystem services following their closure. Objectives The LIFE IN QUARRIES project aims to develop biodiversity in active quarries by: Testing and defining methods for the restoration, maintenance and management of pioneer species and habitats;

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Green quarries: Building a positive impact through ...

An effective restoration programme will improve slope stability which minimises the risks of landslides, improve water retention, reduce soil erosion and provide natural areas for local communities to enjoy. Furthermore, active quarries themselves can be places for biodiversity to flourish.

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Quarries promote biodiversity – Quarries Nature

Quarries promote biodiversity – Quarries Nature 2019 24 October 2019 With its quarry restoration programmes the minerals extraction industry makes a significant contribution to biodiversity in the UK, as these award-winning projects demonstrate.

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Quarries Alive 2018 :: Enhancing Biodiversity and ...

The Quarries Alive 2018 Conference was a unique attempt to answer a growing demand from several sectors of society to address different facets of the restoration of such degraded systems. We were able to gather about 140 participants to assist 34 oral presentations and over 20 poster communications from projects and studies from all around the ...

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Special Issue "Terrestrial Ecosystem Restoration"

Restoration projects can have varying goals, depending on the specific focus, rationale, and aims for restoration. When restoration projects use project-specific goals to define activities and gauge success without considering broader ecological context, determination of

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The role of native woody species on the restoration of ...

2015-1-20  1 1 The role of native woody species on the restoration of campos rupestres in quarries 2 3 Soizig Le Stradic, Elise Buisson, Daniel Negreiros, Pascal Campagne G. Wilson 4 Fernandes 5 Le Stradic, S. (Corresponding author, [email protected]) Buisson, E. 6 ([email protected]) Campagne, P. ([email protected]) : UMR

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Gypsophilous flora and quarries: some remarks on the ...

Gypsophilous flora and quarries: some remarks on the preservation and restoration of gypsum outcrops [article] J.F. Mota A.J. Sola M.L. Jiménez-Sánchez F.J. Pérez-García M.E. Merlo

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Progresses in restoration of post-mining landscape in ...

2018-3-19  There are very few cases of large-scale post-mining restoration practices in Africa. The most notable examples came from Kenya, South Africa and Ghana. In Kenya, large-scale ecosystem restoration on exhausted quarries at Haller Park, Bamburi was started in 1971 by initially planting 26 tree species on 2-km 2 areas of open quarries (Siachoono 2010).

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