- Biodiversity in quarries
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Dust released from the various quarry operations has numerous effects on both animals and humans in general. Due to this numerous effects, much research has to be done to reduce the quantity of dust that ends up in our communities.
This project explores the option of applying compost to reclaim contaminated land at the Yongwa quarry site in Ghana.
This project intends to restore degraded quarry site with Alchonea cordifolia, a pioneer plant species which is also of medicinal uses.
In Ghana, more than US$ 2 billion worth organic foodstuffs were wasted in 2012. About 1.3 billion tonnes of organic food produced globally is wasted annually according to FAO.
«Карьеры как элемент экологического воспитания и образования современной молодежи»
Subject: "Valorization of the natural environment, the educational and pro-ecological activities in the area of the Nowogród Bobrzański Natural Resources Mine
Leader: dr Krystyna Walińska
Os. Pomorskie 17F/9, 65-544 Zielona Góra
Subject: "A comprehensive inventory of herpetofauna of The Limestone Quarry "Górażdże", with particular emphasis on rare species, as a basis for the preparation of guidelines for the environmentally friendly rehabilitation."
Subject: The reclaimed sites of Górażdże Limestone Quarry as a potential habitats for wild bees occurence.
Leader: Marcin Sikora
Association „Natura i Człowiek”
ul. Legnicka 65, 54-206 Wrocław, Poland
Subject: Hydrological - hydrochemical conditions of biodiversity and reclamation ofopencast mines