- Biodiversity in quarries
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Researcher:Kwasi Boadu Ntiamoah
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.
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Příklady možností obnovy přírodního prostředí lomu Mokrá
This project intends to restore degraded quarry site with Alchonea cordifolia, a pioneer plant species which is also of medicinal uses.
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.
Researcher:Svetlana Garipova/ Светлана Гарипова
The territory of the “Shakh-Tau” quarry has a unique etiology and should be available for the visitors after the quarry will be explored out. The “Shakh-Tau” is a former ancient cay of Perm period.
Researcher:Covadonga Pérez Burgos
To know the emergent biodiversity in the ecological niches of the quarry and show it to the society. To sensitize the population about the actions developed at the quarry for the environmental conservation.
Ecological path is so-called tourist route, which would give a possibility to hold educational activities among the students and the local population, to enlarge their knowledge about the quarries ecosystem and to show society that it is necessary to appreciate and to preserve the unique nature o
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.
Researcher:Valentina Tarasova/ Валентина Тарасова
The “Novogurovsky” quarry is going to be developed for another 30-40 years. Considering this we decided to propose the project with long-term perspective.
Project proposal refers to restoration and rehabilitation of quarry Ribnica by establishment of botanical garden of rare, threatened or endemic flora contained within vegetation of rock crevices and screes. Project will be performed in several phases: