A study about recycling into the nature and the rehabilitation of open mines through "murgul" sample case
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CitationSurat, H., Aybar, M. (2021). A study about recycling into the nature and the rehabilitation of open mines through "murgul" sample case, Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 30(5), 514-5210
The rehabilitation for the distorted, destrueted areas as a result of industrial usage through natural restoration and the increase of the biologic production capability to increase the inherent landscape quality necessitate that environmental problems like air, water, soil, noise and visual pollution, occurred again as a result of the distortion of natural landscape and the economic and social conditions of the close community be improved. In the scope of this study, the rehabilitation of the mining areas where the mining activity is completed and the restoration to its original landscape have been evaluated within researccd in the case of "Murgul Bakir Madeni" project. With this study, heavy metal pollution appeared as a result of mining activities of Murgul Copper Operation, in direction of surface flow in route of waste water discharged and in order to identify heavy metal pollution soil and plant samples will be taken from 0-20 cm depth of 3 different locations in every point. In order to determine heavy metal pollution, indications of Mg, Cr, Mn, Fe, Ni, Cu, Zn, Cd and Pb elements has be done in ICP-OES tool of Artv in Coruh University Science-Technology Application and Research Center. The importance of plant species in the recovery process of a damaged area due to mining activities are great. Selection of appropriate plant species will increase the success of the repair work done.