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ARC CENTRE FOR MINE SITE RESTORATION


The Australian Research Council's Centre for Mine Site Restoration (CMSR) was officially launched on March 31, 2017. The CMSR, a joint research initiative of Curtin University and the University of Western Australia, is supported by the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, Sinosteel Midwest Corporation, BHP Billiton, Hanson Construction Materials, Karara Mining, Cliffs Natural Resources, Mineral Resources, and the Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia as industry partners. Restoration sits at the heart of Australia's ability to sustainably and responsibly exploit its mineral wealth. The CMSR is a major project connecting high-end science with on-ground practice in mining restoration. Its six thematic research areas are restoration genetics, seed technology and enablement, rare species management, restoration ecophysiology, restoration trajectory, and mining industry policy extension. The Centre aims to deliver a vast suite of integrated and focused research projects to underpin successful mine site restoration outcomes. http://arc-cmsr.org/index.php/en/



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