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The monitoring of ecological reclamation evolution and landscape ecology remodeling technology in mining subsidence area

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3 Author(s)
Li Xingli ; Mine Surveying Research Institute, Tangshan Branch of China Coal Research Institute, China ; Li Shuzhi ; Gao Junhai

This paper discusses some key issues in the ecological reclamation. First, terrain, water system, the soil physical and chemical properties, and biological changes in the mining subsidence area were monitored; the ecological environment and soil ecological destruction mechanism and farmland ecological system elements space-time evolution rules in mining subsidence area were revealed. Second, the landscape pattern changes before and after reclamation were examined with RS and GIS technology. Finally, the mining subsidence area landscape ecology remodeling technologies were carried out.

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Earth Observation and Remote Sensing Applications (EORSA), 2012 Second International Workshop on

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8-11 June 2012