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Hydraulic sowing is used to establish vegetation on steep slopes, but the technique is not reliable. The effects of individual components of the techn...Read more
Large-scale revegetation trials on blast furnace slag in the Lower Swansea Valley were observed from 1965 to 1970. A mixed sward grew best in the long...Read more
In studies on decomposition of 14C-labelled and unlabelled tall fescue, and of pure cellulose litter on non-vegetated and vegetated coal surface-mine ...Read more
Colliery waste on a regraded Scottish tip was classified as 'burnt' and 'unburnt', and the latter subdivided into 'pre-acid' or 'acid' on the basis of...Read more
Human activities have been a significant driver of environmental changes with tremendous consequences for carbon (C) dynamics. Peatlands are critical ...Read more
Land-use intensification strongly influences biodiversity by altering habitat heterogeneity, the distribution of habitat types and their extent. This ...Read more
The pattern of growth and leaching losses from UK wasteland materials (colliery spoil and brick waste) fertilized, topsoiled, or covered with pulveriz...Read more
Although pollution is a major driver of ecosystem change, models predicting the environmental fate of contaminants suffer from critical uncertainties ...Read more
The serpentine tailings from asbestos mines in southeastern Quebec cover 5.5 km2 and are largely devoid of vegetation. The tailings have a high pH, ve...Read more
Growth and N uptake of 22 legume spp. on (a) china clay sand waste at Maggie Pie, Cornwall and (b) colliery spoil at Abram, Manchester amended with li...Read more