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        From Moonscape To Lake District: East Germany's Coal Mines | Human Impact on the Physical Environment | Geography

        JAENSCHWALDE, GERMANY - AUGUST 20: A bulldozer stands among patterns of soil, called overburden, redeposited in successive layers as part of strip mining in the Jaenschwalde open-pit lignite coal mine on August 20, 2010 near Jaenschwalde, Germany. The Jaenschwalde mine feeds coal to the nearby Jaenschwalde power plant, which is one of the biggest single producers of CO2 gas in Europe.

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