Microbiological analysis of soil perturbations associated with opencast coal mining and their consequences for restoration.
Norman, Mark D. P. 1995. Microbiological analysis of soil perturbations associated with opencast coal mining and their consequences for restoration. PhD Thesis University of East London Department of Environmental Sciences
|Authors||Norman, Mark D. P.|
The work presented in this thesis was performed firstly to highlight the changes wrought in restored soil systems following the disruptive activities of opencast coal mining, and thereafter to identify, simulate and assess the effects of some typical perturbations associated with these activities. The microbial community was used as a focus for these investigations and the methods of soil adenosine 5'-
|Keywords||Soil systems; Opencast coal mining; Soil ecology|
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|Deposited||22 Apr 2014|
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