Specifics of Environmental Problems of Mining Natural Management in River Valleys
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- ecological risk; biological recultivation; mountain-valley natural management; ecological and economic framework; chemical pollution; material-energy flows; environmental monitoring points.
Ecological consequences of prolonged mining natural management in the valley of the river Baksan are analyzed. Main sources of emissions of heavy metals compounds, the nature and extent of their pollution are revealed. Ecological indicators of the post-exploitation state of landscapes can be considered residual levels of toxic compounds in the grass-rhizomatous systems of forage lands. Methods for reducing the concentration of chemical compounds in the main elements of valley-river landscapes are proposed. Indicators of the flow of Baksan affluents, on the basis of which it was concluded that "optimal amount of pollution" had reached the beginning of Zaiukovo village, are analytically calculated. Possibilities of embedding ecological blocks in the structure of old assimilated mining landscapes are considered. Biological recultivation is proposed to carry out in the form of simplified and less capital-intensive sanitary and hygienic works. The idea of the alternate use and recultivation of tailing dumps in the area of Bylym village is proposed to test.
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TY - CONF AU - R.O. Kalov AU - D.D. Kiloev AU - R.S. Elmurzaev PY - 2019/08 DA - 2019/08 TI - Specifics of Environmental Problems of Mining Natural Management in River Valleys BT - Proceedings of the International Symposium "Engineering and Earth Sciences: Applied and Fundamental Research" dedicated to the 85th anniversary of H.I. Ibragimov (ISEES 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 116 EP - 120 SN - 2590-3217 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/isees-19.2019.141 DO - 10.2991/isees-19.2019.141 ID - Kalov2019/08 ER -