Comparison of environmental characteristics and ecological value between technical reclamation and spontaneous succession on post-mining areas in Czech Republic
Martínez Bolea, Víctor
Vojar, Jiří (dir.)
Nicolau Ibarra, José Manuel (ponente)
Universidad de Zaragoza,
Escuela Politécnica Superior (Huesca),
Ciencias Agrarias y del Medio Natural department, Ecología area
Graduado en Ciencias Ambientales
Free keyword(s): coal mining ; post-mining areas ; spoil banks ; ecological restoration ; technical reclamation ; spontaneous succession ; amphibians ; rana dalmatina ; czech republic ; north bohemian coal basin
Tipo de Trabajo Académico: Trabajo Fin de Grado
Notes: I am Victor Martinez Bolea who studies Environmental Sciences at the University of Zaragoza and I am the author of this project. Víctor Martínez Bolea Email address: email@example.com This project has been made within interchange program Erasmus; between Polytechnic University College belonging at the University of Zaragoza and Faculty of Environmental Sciences which depends of Czech University of Life Sciences Prague. Idea about this project was conceived during December of 2011, when Ing. Jiří Vojar Ph.D. offered me collaborates with his research group which worked and studied about post-mining areas, ecological restoration and amphibians since 15 years ago. Proposal was presented to the Polytechnic University College and after being accepted, Jose Manuel Nicolau was choosed as speaker. While obviously, Jiří Vojar was designated project´s director. Then, first three months of 2012 was used to learn all necessary about coal mining, ecological restoration and amphibian ecology. Field work was carried out during two first weeks of April. Later, last weeks of April, May and June was done analysis of data and redaction the project. Finally, 6th of July was presented this project.
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