ASSESSMENT OF VAM SPORE DENSITY AND ROOT INFECTION FROM ALLUVIAL SOIL OF EASTERN PART OF RANIGANJ COALFIELD AREAS

@inproceedings{Kumar2011ASSESSMENTOV,
  title={ASSESSMENT OF VAM SPORE DENSITY AND ROOT INFECTION FROM ALLUVIAL SOIL OF EASTERN PART OF RANIGANJ COALFIELD AREAS},
  author={Sanjoy Kumar and Siddhartha Ray Chaudhuri},
  year={2011}
}
Opencast coal mining generates a variety of mineral wastes that are brought to the surface and replace the original topsoil. Topsoil is an essential component for land reclamation in mining areas. It is seriously damaged if it is not mined out separately without being contaminated, eroded and protected. Systematic handling and storage practices can protect topsoil while in storage and after it has been redistributed onto the degraded area. Impact of surface coal mining on topsoil quality in… CONTINUE READING

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