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What makes soil “good” or “bad”? The definition of good soil depends on different factors and the intended land use. For instance, farmers want fertile soil that is easy to till and has good water retention. Meanwhile, for engineers, good soil drains well and compacts easily. While there’s no universal definition of

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What makes soil “good” or “bad”? The definition of good soil depends on different factors and the intended land use. For instance, farmers want fertile soil that is easy to till and has good water retention. Meanwhile, for engineers, good soil drains well and compacts easily. While there’s no universal definition of
Mine Reclamation Mine reclamation is the process of restoring the environment for post-mining use once mining operations have ceased. This is done to mitigate the destructive effects caused by mining and to ensure the return of a sustainable ecosystem. Mine site reclamation involves four key stages: contouring the land, replacement of
Revegetation | EnviroLoc BFM | Mining
Rehabilitation vs restoration The words rehabilitation and restoration are interchangeable when discussing the process of repairing ecological damage caused by mining. However, the National Standards for the Practice of Ecological Restoration in Australia (Standards Reference Group SERA 2016) have clear, and differing, definitions for the two. Understanding the differences is important
Revegetation | GoSeed | Civil & Infrastructure
Revegetation projects can face many challenges that need to be considered during the planning phase. Flooding is one problem that can arise during revegetation projects and can have severe negative impacts on plant growth. How does flooding impact revegetation projects and how can you minimize the impacts? Negative impacts of flooding. There
Erosion Control
Erosion is a constant problem that needs consideration, no matter your site’s location. Erosion can, however be a much larger issue in many areas due to Australia’s climate. Much of Australia is made up of arid land, which is prone to the dangers of both wind, and water erosion. With
Drones have become more common in recent years and their benefits have been seen in many industries, the horticulture industry is no different. Here are a few benefits that drone technology brings to revegetation projects that you should consider for your project. 1. Mapping your project When planning any revegetation project mapping

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