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  • Soil Degradation Due To Coal Mining In India

    Soil erosion is one of the most destructive phenomena of land degradation .In India the core of the problem of flooding lies in the Indo-Gangetic basin accounting for 60Mha of cultivated land and 60% of the total flood prone area in the country.Due to coal mining it

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  • Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal Mining

    Coal mining for an area is an economic activity but may lead to degradation of soil quality. Open-cast coal mining operations involved displacement of a large amount of overburden/rock mass materials to excavate the coal for many purposes. In mining areas, the soils are affected by various coal mining operations i.e. blasting, drilling, storage of overburden dump materials, clearing of land

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  • Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal Mining

    *Department of Environmental Science & Engineering, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, Jharkhand, India. Abstract: Coal mining for an area is an economic activity but may lead to degradation of soil quality. Open-cast coal mining operations involved displacement of a large amount of overburden/rock mass materials to excavate the coal for many purposes. In mining areas, the soils are affected by various coal mining

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  • soil degradation due to coal mining in india

    degradation soil degradation in india due to coal land degradation due to coal mining in jharkhand land degradation due to coal mining in jharkhand Lifestyle diseases are the biggest killers in India Over 61 per cent of all deaths in India are due to lifestyle or noncommunicable diseases NCDs. Whatever your requirements, you 'll find the perfect service-oriented solution to match your specific

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  • Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal Mining

    Journal of Advanced Laboratory Research in Biology (2011-04-01) . Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal Mining Operations in Jharia Coalfield, Jharkhand, India

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  • LAND DEGRADATION DUE TO MINING AND ITS REMEDIAL

    The coal mines of Coal India Limited (CIL) removed about 500 million cubic m (Mcum) of overburden (OB) to produce 260 mt of coal in 2003-04 at an average stripping ratio of 1.92 cu m of OB against per tonne of coal production [4]. As demand for coal increases to meet the country’s energy requirement, the coal companies are

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  • Soil Degradation in India: Challenges and Potential Solutions

    Soil Degradation in India: Challenges and Potential Solutions it was revealed that soil erosion due to water resulted in an annual crop production loss of 13.4 Mt in cereal, oil seeds and pulse crops equivalent to ~US$162 billion [18]. Table 2. Estimates on the annual direct cost of land degradation in India. Parameters NRSA [19] ARPU [20] Sehgal and Abrol [21] Area affected by soil

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  • SOIL QUALITY STANDARDS (SQS) FOR BIORECLAMATION

    In India 18,289 hectares of land is under various type of land degradation due to coal mining in which 1100 ha is by overburden dump. With the increase demand of coal and its opencast mining degrade 1400 ha of fertile land every year. This deterioration in the fertility is due to loss of soil through water erosion, contamination through leaching of heavy metals and siltation with runoff. The essential nutrients with micro-flora and fauna from the soil disappear from the mining

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  • Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal Mining

    Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal Mining Operations in Jharia Coalfield, Jharkhand, India Arvind Kumar Rai1* and Biswajit Paul2 *Department of Environmental Science & Engineering, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, Jharkhand, India. Abstract: Coal mining for an area is an economic activity but may lead to degradation of soil

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  • Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal

    Journal of Advanced Laboratory Research in Biology (2011-04-01) . Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal Mining Operations in Jharia Coalfield, Jharkhand, India

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  • (PDF) The seasonal changes in soil properties due to coal

    Soil samples were collected from the nearby areas of an opencast coal mine (OCM) located in Jharia coalfield of Dhanbad, India. The control site was an abandoned land approximately 18 km away from

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  • Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal

    Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal Mining Operations in Jharia Coalfield, Jharkhand, India . A. Rai, and B. Paul. Journal of Advanced Laboratory Research in Biology 2 (2): 51--56 (April 2011) Coal mining for an area is an economic activity but may lead to degradation of soil quality. Open-cast coal mining operations involved displacement of a large amount of overburden/rock

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  • Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal

    Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal Mining Operations in Jharia Coalfield, Jharkhand, India . A. Rai, and B. Paul. Journal of Advanced Laboratory Research in Biology 2 (2): 51--56 (April 2011) Abstract. Coal mining for an area is an economic activity but may lead to degradation of soil quality. Open-cast coal mining operations involved displacement of a large amount of

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  • Soil Degradation in India: Challenges and Potential

    Soil degradation in India is estimated to be occurring on 147 million hectares (Mha) of land, including 94 Mha from water erosion, 16 Mha from acidification, 14 Mha from flooding, 9 Mha from wind erosion, 6 Mha from salinity, and 7 Mha from a combination of factors. This is extremely serious because India supports 18% of the world’s human population and 15% of the world’s livestock

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  • Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal

    Coal mining for an area is an economic activity but may lead to degradation of soil quality. Open-cast coal mining operations involved displacement of a large amount of overburden/rock mass materials to excavate the coal for many purposes. In mining areas, the soils are affected by various coal mining operations i.e. blasting, drilling, storage

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  • degradation soil degradation in india due to al

    soil degradation in india due to coal Prince. Soil Degradation Due To Coal Mining In India. Coal mining and limestone extraction are the major problem resulting in soil erosion water pollution and environmental degradation of the area.eastern India Biological Diversity and Conservation 2 / 3 (2009) 33 The acidic nature and low nutrient level of soil in coal mining area is due to the sulphur

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  • Degradation of Soil Quality Parameters Due to Coal

    Coal mining for an area is an economic activity but may lead to degradation of soil quality. Open-cast coal mining operations involved displacement of a large amount of overburden/rock mass materials to excavate the coal for many purposes. In mining areas, the soils are affected by various coal mining operations i.e. blasting, drilling, storage of overburden dump materials, clearing of land

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  • (PDF) Environmental issues of coal mining A case study

    Coal mining activities lead to environmental changes to a large extent such as degradation in quality of air, water, soil, changes in landform, land use/land cover and vegetation distribution.

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