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Research on Landscape Design of Mining Parks under the Perspective of Ecological Concepts

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DOI: 10.23977/jceup.2023.051103 | Downloads: 15 | Views: 192


Zhou Jia 1, Kim Soo-bong 2


1 Maanshan Teacher's College, Ma'anshan, Anhui, China
2 Keimyung University, Daegu City, South Korea

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Zhou Jia


Mining parks have gradually attracted widespread attention as a special type of urban green space. These parks are usually built in former mining areas, where abandoned mines are re-planned and transformed into places for public recreation, entertainment and education. The landscape design of mine parks presents unique challenges and opportunities, as it requires the integration of nature restoration, cultural preservation, ecological sustainability, and urban planning. This study aims to explore how mine parks can be designed and planned under an ecological conceptual perspective to achieve sustainable transformation of mining areas and improve the quality of urban environments.


Ecological concept; mine park; landscape design


Zhou Jia, Kim Soo-bong, Research on Landscape Design of Mining Parks under the Perspective of Ecological Concepts. Journal of Civil Engineering and Urban Planning (2023) Vol. 5: 22-25. DOI:


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