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Variation in shallow sandy loam porosity under the influence of shallow coal seam mining in north-west China
Energy Exploration & Exploitation ( IF 1.382 ) Pub Date : 2020-04-08 , DOI: 10.1177/0144598720918673
Fan Cui; Yunfei Du; Baiping Chen; Yuxuan Zhao; Yingqing Zhou

After decades of development, China has become both the largest producer and the consumer of coal in the world. As of the end of 2018, the proven reserves of China’s coal resources are 138,819 million tons, of which more than 60% are distributed in the north-west (Dudley, 2019; Jinhua et al., 2018; Wang and Zhang, 2018); however, most of these areas have extremely fragile ecosystems, especially with regard to the shortage of water resources, soil erosion and desertification. Long-term coal mining has intensified damage to the ecosystems in mining areas, and land degradation is particularly severe. In coal mining areas, large amounts of land have been occupied and degraded through mining subsidence, excavation damage and pollution. These impacts have resulted in severe social, ecological and environmental problems (Bian and Lu, 2013; Ma et al., 2015). It is important to conduct land reclamation and ecological restoration in the north-west mining area for a country such as China with few land resources per capita.
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