publication . Article . 2017

Restoration of Soil Physical and Chemical Properties of Abandoned Tin- Mining in Bangka Belitung Islands

Ishak Yuarsah; Etik Puji Handayani; Rakhmiati; Yatmin;
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  • Published: 02 Jan 2017 Journal: Journal of Tropical Soils, volume 22, pages 21-28 (issn: 0852-257X, eissn: 2086-6682, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Journal of Tropical Soils
Abstract
<jats:p>The practices of tin mining which removing all layers of soil on deposits of minerals caused the seriously environmental problems, i.e degradation of physical and chemical soil, disappearance of vegetation, flora and fauna in ecosystems that changed the microclimate. In the tailings area of tin mining have unstable structure, the content of organic matter is very low, so it is vulnerable to land slides and erosion. The characteristic of tailing area that very acid, low nutrient availability, low water storage and high soil temperature are constraints in the conservation and improvement this area. The aim of this research was found conservation technology...
Subjects
free text keywords: Water content, Tailings, Erosion, Environmental protection, Environmental science, Soil structure, Cover crop, Water storage, Organic matter, chemistry.chemical_classification, chemistry, Topsoil, Soil properties, restoration, tailing area, tin mining, Science (General), Q1-390
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publication . Article . 2017

Restoration of Soil Physical and Chemical Properties of Abandoned Tin- Mining in Bangka Belitung Islands

Ishak Yuarsah; Etik Puji Handayani; Rakhmiati; Yatmin;