publication . Article . 2017

Value Assessment of Artificial Wetland Derived from Mining Subsided Lake: A Case Study of Jiuli Lake Wetland in Xuzhou

Laijian Wang; Lachun Wang; Pengcheng Yin; Haiyang Cui; Longwu Liang; Zhenbo Wang;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2017 Journal: Sustainability, volume 9, page 1,860 (eissn: 2071-1050, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Mining subsided lakes are major obstacles for ecological restoration and resource reuse in mining regions. Transforming mining subsided lakes into artificial wetlands is an ecological restoration approach that has been attempted in China in recent years, but a value assessment of the approach still needs systematic research. This paper considers Jiuli Lake wetland, an artificial wetland derived from restoration of a mining subsided lake in plain area, as a case study. A value assessment model for the artificial wetland was established based on cost–benefit analysis by means of field monitoring, social surveys, GIS geostatistics, raster calculation methods, etc. ...
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free text keywords: mining subsided lake, ecological restoration, spillover effect, Restoration ecology, Wetland, geography.geographical_feature_category, geography, Xuzhou, Water resource management, Ecosystem services, Economic feasibility, National level, Environmental science, Geostatistics, Environmental engineering, Value assessment, lcsh:Environmental effects of industries and plants, lcsh:TD194-195, lcsh:Renewable energy sources, lcsh:TJ807-830, lcsh:Environmental sciences, lcsh:GE1-350
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