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Iron and Manganese Biogeochemistry in Forested Coal Mine Spoil
Abandoned mine lands continue to serve as non-point sources of acid and metal contamination to water bodies long after mining operations have ended. Although soils formed from abandoned mine spoil can support forest vegetation, as observed throughout the Appalachian coal basin, the effects of vegetation on metal cycling in these regions remain poorly characterized. Iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) biogeochemistry were examined at a former coal mine where deciduous trees grow on mine spoil depositeddoi:10.3390/soilsystems3010013 fatcat:qukjag3z6vcl7izltplb6j2chy