3 edition of The restoration and management of derelict land found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by M.H. Wong, A.D. Bradshaw|
|Contributions||Wong, M. H, Bradshaw, A. D.|
|LC Classifications||S605 .R48 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||2002191064|
Derelict and contaminated industrial sites have high potential for urban regeneration, ecological restoration and reintegration into the surrounding community. To exemplify the importance of those spaces in the urban landscape, this paper will analyze two industrial reclamation projects realized in Portugal during the last decade (Parque Tejo. This volume contains the abstracts of all the contributions, whether oral or poster, to SER They give an excellent overview of what restoration ecology is about at the start of the new millenium. It is clear that there is a wealth of.
Nitrogen accumulation, cycling and the restoration of ecosystems on derelict land Article in Soil Use and Management 5(3) - January with 19 Reads How we measure 'reads'. This concise yet comprehensive text provides a coherent and practical framework for the study and practice of land restoration and reclamation. It sets out the fundamental workings of the natural environment - terrestrial ecosystems, nutrient cycling and soil structure and gives an account of how these may be assessed, how they become degraded and the variety of processes available for.
Vacant and derelict land is surveyed on an annual basis by North Ayrshire Council to inform the Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey (SVDLS). It is the only national data source for urban vacant and derelict land. The survey: i) provides an evidence base for monitoring the level of urban vacant and derelict land and its current state;. W. Covington et al./Ecosystem Restoration and Management Ecological restoration is related to other practices of ecological healing such as rehabilitation, reclamation, and bioremediation, although the goals of ecosystem restoration (restoration of natural conditions) are gen-erally more ambitious (MacMahon and Jordan ).
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It concludes with an important overview of the steps that must be taken in the management of any Restoration and Management of Derelict Land serves as an important reference for undergraduate and postgraduate students, professors, decision-makers and engineers in environmental science and : Hardcover.
The Restoration and Management of Derelict Land serves as an important reference for undergraduate and postgraduate students, professors, decision-makers and engineers in environmental science and management. The Restoration of Land. The Ecology: Reclamation of Derelict and Degraded Land (Studies in Ecology) Hardcover – Octo by A.
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Land Restoration: Reclaiming Landscapes for a Sustainable Future provides a holistic overview of land degradation and restoration in that it addresses the issue of land restoration from the scientific and practical development points of view.
Furthermore, the breadth of chapter topics and contributors cover the topic and a wealth of connected issues, such as security, development, and. Land Restoration: Reclaiming Landscapes for a Sustainable Future brings together practitioners from NGOs, academia, governments, and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) to exchange lessons to enrich the academic understanding of.
Scientific progress in the restoration of derelict lands requires an understanding of successional sequence of colonization, species’ autecology, and the dynamics of recruitment, and it is based on the population variability for metal tolerance or similar adaptive genetic criteria; therefore, both community and ecosystem level interactions.
The Restoration of Land: The Ecology and Reclamation of Derelict and Degraded Land Studies in ecology: Authors: Anthony David Bradshaw, Michael J.
Chadwick: Publisher: University of California Press, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects. Book: The restoration of land: the ecology and reclamation of derelict and degraded land pp pp. Abstract: This book deals with the possibilities of restoring land which has been spoiled or degraded by man's industrial activities, such as opencast mining.
The contributions cover a wide range of topics: Monitoring, prediction and assessment of environmental damage in mining areas - Subsidence land reclamation and ecological restoration - Soil, vegetation and biological diversity - Mining methods and measures for minimization of land and environmental damage - Solid wastes and AMD treatment - Contaminated land remediation - Land reclamation and ecological restoration policies and management - Surface mined land reclamation.
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“Assessment and valuation of Sustainable Land Management in maintaining and enhancing ecosystem services and biodiversity by combating Desertification, Land Degradation and Drought” Input reflected in the document IPBES/2/INF/9 page Decision IPBES-3/1: A thematic assessment on Land Degradation and Restoration (LDRA).
Get this from a library. The restoration and management of derelict land: modern approaches. [M H Wong; A D Bradshaw;] -- Annotation restoration ecology;restoration planning;ecological and ecotoxicological risk assessment;managment and adaptive managment;restoration in the broader context of sustainable.
The reclamation of derelict land for agriculture: technical, eco- nomic and land-use planning issues. Landscape Plann., The paper focusses on the reclamation of derelict land for agriculture with particular reference to colliery spoil schemes in North West England.
It then considers the factors which affect the agricultural management of reclaimed land, including site design, farm structure and urban-fringe problems.
Future trends in reclamation are examined, as influenced by recent changes in Government grant schemes and in the nature of derelict land itself (an increase in urban dereliction and a.
The 3 sections of the book contain papers dealing with causes of land degradation and aims of restoration; land reclamation; and restoration of reclaimed land.
Topics discussed in each section are: function of terrestrial ecosystems, nutrient cycling, types and sources of land disturbance and dereliction, legislation and regulations for derelict/contaminated land, land classification.
Section 1 Causes of degradation and aims of restoration 1 1 Land as a resource 3 Introduction 3 Function of terrestrial ecosystems, nutrient cycling, soil structure, biological assemblages and interactions 5 Definitions 14 Types and sources of land disturbance and dereliction 19 Derelict land.
Soil Use and Management. Volume 5, Issue 3. Nitrogen accumulation, cycling and the restoration of ecosystems on derelict land. R.H. Marrs. NERC, Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, Monks Wood Experimental Station, Abbots Ripton, Huntington PE17 S. Search for more papers by this author.Buy The Restoration of Land: The Ecology and Reclamation of Derelict and Degraded Land (Studies in ecology) Illustrated edition by BRADSHAW (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1.The Lower Swansea Valley is an example of a major restoration project on derelict land. Click here for case study information and imagery on the Lower Swansea Valley project. For years (c) the Lower Swansea Valley was a world centre for smelting non-ferrous metals.