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Seed viability and re-growth of grasses used for mine waste rehabilitation
(North-West University, 2014)
Sustainable rehabilitation can be compromised by the inability of vegetation to survive in hostile mine wastes on a long-term basis. The adverse chemical and physical properties of mine wastes, together with extreme pH ...
The evaluation of five coated and noncoated grass species for the rehabilitation of gold and platinum mine tailings in South Africa
(North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
Land use and, more recently, land rehabilitation has historically been, and remains, a key driver in the economic growth of South Africa. Environmental legislation as well as the involvement of all spheres of government ...
The evaluation of coated and uncoated seed mixtures for the rehabilitation of gold and platinum mine tailings
(North-West University, 2018)
The establishment of vegetation on platinum and gold Tailing storage facilities (TSFs) to stabilise the TSF surface against erosion (phytostabilisation) are met with many challenges; acid and alkaline pH levels of tailings, ...