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Characteristics of Soil Chemical Properties in Abandoned Coal Mine Forest Rehabilitation Areas in Mungyeong, Gyeongsangbuk-do
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Characteristics of Soil Chemical Properties in Abandoned Coal Mine Forest Rehabilitation Areas in Mungyeong, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Jung, Mun Ho; Shim, Yon Sik; Kim, Tae Heok; Oh, Ji Young; Jung, Yeong Sang;
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 Abstract
The objectives of this study were to investigate soil chemical properties for forest rehabilitation and suggest design and management in abandoned coal mine areas in Mungyeong, Gyeongsangbuk-do. Total study sites were 10 sites, and soil analysis particular were soil pH, TOC, total-N, C/N ratio, A.v. , and CEC. Because most of study sites showed soil pH from 5.0 to 7.0, it seems that soil pH does not affect growth of vegetation. But soil pH in Danbong1 was acidic (pH 4.6), so it is needed to improve with ameliorant such as limestone. Most of study sites is necessary to manage for organic matter and Nitrogen, because there sites showed lower value of TOC and total-N than general forest. The values of A.v. and CEC were good in most of study sites, so it seems that they do not have effect on vegetation growth. All of soil factors has no regression according to elapsed time after rehabilitation. TOC, total-N and A.v. among soil properties have positive relationship between each other. It is necessary to fertilizer for organic matter and Nitroge because of value in TOC, total-N and C/N ratio. The results of this study were analyzed only one time. So, long-term monitoring for soil properties is important for the correct forest rehabilitation and management.
 Keywords
Abandoned coal mine;Forest rehabilitation;Soil chemical properties;Mungyeong;
 Language
Korean
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