publication . Bachelor thesis . 2014

Invertebrate succession on open coast coal post mining sites in response to the type of restoration

Hromádková, Šárka;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Country: Czech Republic
This review deals with development of invertebrates on sites after brown coal mining in response to the type of restoration. When the soil properties are improved, it is then necessary to mitigate negative threats such as landslides and erosion or low pH. The following is an overlap of fertile soil. Soil characteristics can be locally modified by diversifying of plantations of fast and slow growing wood species. After a succession of plants and the subsequent increase in litter layer, the development of the soil biota, responsible for decomposition of organic matter, begins. Soil macrofauna, espe- cially earthworms, mixes organic and mineral soil layers and thus...
Medical Subject Headings: complex mixtures
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