STUDY OF ECOPEDOLOGICAL CONDITIONS, AND OF VEGETATION ON SOILS DEGRADED BY MINING DOMAN PUBLISHEDIoan GAICA, Iulia NANU, Iacob BORZA
One of the most aggressive forms of agricultural and forest degradation landsaftelor by mining that is out of the circuit vast territories temporarily or permanently. The sterile waste dumps, once under the influence of external natural modulating factors, tend to create hydro-geological systems with specific shapes and dynamics that evolve more or less rapidly due to their particular characteristics, influencing the odds of foresting activities. We should emphasize that the initial (construction) stability of the waste dumps is the most important factor in the rehabilitation process The study area is a restricted area of land around the village Doman Existing natural flora on surfaces that have been affected by mining activities was destroyed completely on these supafeţe was installed largely one nine vegetation but in a different from baseline. Research carried out on the sterile mining waste in Doman consisted of observations concerning the dynamics of natural successions on these deposits depending on their age. Succession follows the general route designed by Clements, i.e. from pioneer phytocoenoses of annual species (r-strategic) to woody phytocoenoses built up by species characteristic to the area (k-strategic) building up climax ecosystems.