Novel ecosystems created by coal mines in central,
Dec 20, 2013· Open-cut coal mining began in central Queensland’s Bowen Basin approximately 50 years ago. Over this period of time, mine rehabilitators have used a variety of tree, shrub, and groundcover species to create ‘novel ecosystems’ to stabilise soils and provide vegetative cover for pre-supposed final end-land uses. We examine post-mining rehabilitation from multiple soil and vegetation,Glencore moves to cap global coal output after investor,,He said this week Japanese giant Itochu also announced it was pulling out of coal in the interest of climate change, selling its stake in the Rolleston thermal coal mine in Queensland.ROLLESTON COAL - Central Highlands Region,The broad categories into which funding can be directed are; enterprise and job creation, education, environment, health, social/community development and culture/art. The CBF committee is made up of representatives from the Central Highlands Regional Council, Rolleston Open Cut and nominated members from various parts of the area.