Volume 23, Issue 14, July 2016

How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

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ISSN: 0944-1344 (Print) 1614-7499 (Online)

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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Long-term persistence of seeded grass species: an unwanted side effect of ecological restoration

    Knut Rydgren, Inger Auestad Pages 13591-13597
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Spontaneous revegetation vs. forestry reclamation in post-mining sand pits

    Lenka Šebelíková, Klára Řehounková Pages 13598-13605
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Natural forest expansion on reclaimed coal mines in Northern Spain: the role of native shrubs as suitable microsites

    Josu G. Alday, Pilar Zaldívar Pages 13606-13616
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Are seed and dispersal characteristics of plants capable of predicting colonization of post-mining sites?

    Martina Horáčková, Klára Řehounková Pages 13617-13625
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    A three-step approach to minimise the impact of a mining site on vicuña (Vicugna vicugna) and to restore landscape connectivity

    Cristina Mata, Juan E. Malo, José Luis Galaz Pages 13626-13636
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Growth responses of Scots pine to climatic factors on reclaimed oil shale mined land

    Sandra Metslaid, John A. Stanturf Pages 13637-13652
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Developing biodiversity indicators on a stakeholders’ opinions basis: the gypsum industry Key Performance Indicators framework

    Carline Pitz, Grégory Mahy, Cédric Vermeulen Pages 13661-13671
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Long-term passive restoration following fluvial deposition of sulphidic copper tailings: nature filters out the solutions

    Nina Nikolic, Reinhard Böcker Pages 13672-13680
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Comparison of translocation methods to conserve metallophyte communities in the Southeastern D.R. Congo

    Soizig Le Stradic, Maxime Séleck Pages 13681-13692
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Potential of copper-tolerant grasses to implement phytostabilisation strategies on polluted soils in South D. R. Congo

    Sylvain Boisson, Soizig Le Stradic Pages 13693-13705
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Factors affecting re-vegetation dynamics of experimentally restored extracted peatland in Estonia

    Edgar Karofeld, Mari Müür, Kai Vellak Pages 13706-13717
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Healing the wounds in the landscape—reclaiming gravel roads in conservation areas

    Oili Tarvainen, Anne Tolvanen Pages 13732-13744
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    How can we restore the biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?

    Additional disturbances as a beneficial tool for restoration of post-mining sites: a multi-taxa approach

    Klára Řehounková, Lukáš Čížek, Jiří Řehounek Pages 13745-13753
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