Every activity of man causes some change to the environment. These changes range from barely discernable foot-tracks in recreation areas to the total reconstruction of the landscape in our cities. Of all man’s activities, agriculture and grazing have had the most widespread effect yet it is mining which, although affecting only very small areas, has received the greatest public attention.
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- Mine Dump Vegetation: Practice and Problems
J. E. Anderson
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg