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Carbon cycle in grass ecosystems during overgrowth of spoil heaps


, : Carbon cycle in grass ecosystems during overgrowth of spoil heaps. Soviet Soil Science 21(1): 20-31


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Ghio, C., 1975: Coal mining spoil heaps as ecosystems contribution 4 observations on the vegetation of spoil heaps in the borinage area belgium. Spoil heaps in this region SW of Brussels [Belgium] are characterized by absence of soil, large particulate texture, motile substrate, higher temperature in combustible zones, xeric southern slopes and superficially dry substrate. Five vegetation...

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Linhart, J., 1988: Couch grass stage of vegetation of forest plantations on coal mine spoil heaps of the N. Bohemian lignite basin. Plant communities developing spontaneously under planted mixed deciduous forests on reclaimed coal mine spoil heaps were studied after 6-10 years. Grass species with high dominance/abundance ratings included Elytrigia [Elymus] repens, Calamagrosti...

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