Can we enhance amphibians’ habitat restoration in the post-mining areas?

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© 2015, The Author(s). The study was aimed to evaluate the selected improvements of nature restoration in a depleted gravel pit. The study site consisted of four water reservoirs of different shapes and sizes, flooded after the gravel extraction ended. Ecological succession monitoring, conducted by the Warsaw University of Life Sciences students associated in the Student Scientific Association of Animal Sciences Faculty since the completion of mining, have focused on amphibians. A twofold approach upheld amphibian species population dynamics, as well as selected habitat elements. The restoration practices dedicated to habitat conditions enhancing have been proved to be definitely effective and useful for similar sites.

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Klimaszewski, K., Pacholik, E., & Snopek, A. (2016). Can we enhance amphibians’ habitat restoration in the post-mining areas? Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23(17), 16941–16945. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-015-5279-8

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