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Eco-restoration of a high-sulphur coal mine overburden dumping site in northeast India: A case study
Author(s): J. Dowarah, H. P. D. Boruah, J. Gogoi, N. Pathak, N. Saikia and A. K. Handique
Journal: Journal of Earth System Science
Article Topic(s): Restoration,Establishment methods
Research Setting(s): Field
Species Referenced: Mimosa strigillosa (Powderpuff),
AbstractA variety of plant species were examined for their potential use in abandoned mine site restoration in India.
Suggested CitationJ. Dowarah, H. P. D. Boruah, J. Gogoi, N. Pathak, N. Saikia and A. K. Handique. "Eco-restoration of a high-sulphur coal mine overburden dumping site in northeast India: A case study." Journal of Earth System Science 118.5 (2009): 597-608.