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《Chinese Agricultural Science Bulletin》 2010-09
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Study on the Vegetation Restoration and Create a Sustainable Landscape—— As an Example Hunan Lengshuijiang Antimony Mine

Li Bin1, Chen Yuehua1, Tong Fangping2, Li Gui2 (1Central South University of Forestry and Technology, Changsha 410004; 2Hunan Forestry Academy, Changsha 410004)  
Antimony are mainly heavy metal pollution in abandoned woodland, vegetation restoration is to address the core issue of the habitat environment for plant growth lies in one of the most improved soil environment. Based on the premise of improved soil environment, give full consideration to the way in creating the landscape of plants, combined with ecological requirements to build near-natural communities, enhance species diversity, through ecology and landscape architecture, so that the original fragmented landscapes, "turning waste into treasure." In this paper, mining land reclamation of the domestic and international technology research, as well as local native vegetation communities Lengshuijiang investigation and antimony mine site reconnaissance study, was proposed for a similar vegetation to restore abandoned mine restoration tools, combined with plant landscaping principles proposed to create a model for sustainable landscapes.
【Fund】: 中南林业科技大学研究生科技创新基金项目(2007sx13)
【CateGory Index】: TD88
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