- Biodiversity in quarries
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The project is about to create camping/resting place on top of the Dedoplistskaro Limestone Quarry.This recreational zone will be free to visit and everybody will be able to enjoy time resting on the grass, having
Develop ecological technologies for the future using of the territory of Zheltokamenka quarry as depositary "The red list plants" and as “Green lesson” for environmental Education.
Researcher:Nisa Rachmania Mubarik
Praptisih et al (2012) described that at Kromong location, as Palimanan Quarry found massive corraland fossilof foraminifera and red algae.
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Příklady možností obnovy přírodního prostředí lomu Mokrá
During the six-month research in the area of the Ribnica quarry, performed in 2012 by the members of the Ornithological Society "Naše ptice", 76 bird species were registered.
Whatley Quarry has the advantage of a long-standing and progressive restoration scheme, incorporating woodland planting at various stages of development: existing semi-natural woodland incorporated into the scheme; established new stands of various ages; and, further planned planting as part of t
This project intends to restore degraded quarry site with Alchonea cordifolia, a pioneer plant species which is also of medicinal uses.
As someone wrote in poetry:
All of us are just visitors in glory of a nature.
We come to this world
In order to love and remember it.
And one day we will go away
in the morning or at midnight
and leaving just slight marks.
This project falls within the topic of “Biodiversity and Education”.
Zheltokamenka quarry, with an active mining area of 82 hectares, has about 40 hectares of slope surfaces remaining after the extraction of limestone. Actual problem is the lack of suitable technologies for increasing biodiversity in such areas.