The selected area is a part of deposit Mokra. Deposit form a strong elongated ridge running east - west. Northwest and the northern part of the deposit adjacent to the Moravian Karst. Deposit in the area of interest consists of carbonate rocks. The overlying layers are formed by Neogene sediments petrography, especially clays and sands, the top layer of forest soils. These layers are in planned mining excavation, the cultural upper layer will be deposited separately for future reclamation use. The remaining part of the forest will be preserved for future support successional overgrowth in mined out locations.
According to the Chief a reclamation project and the character of the deposit, for the areas of rocky outcrops recommends the implementation of regulated succession. For sites related to the forest is recommended rebuilding of forest, rocks and having insulating properties can create ponds and wetlands.
In areas untouched by mining, they are represented mainly by soil types oligotrophic brown soils moderately acidic and shallow brown soil at the foot of the slopes and limestone transferred to rendzina brown soil. Original type soils are mostly light and shallow loam and loamy, dry and slightly damp at the foot hill clay-loam. Soils on limestone are heavier character with abundant limestone gravel content, shallow and poor water, mineral-rich.
The territory affected by mining situation is different. Of the original soil in mining substantially no original remain. It depends on how the subsequent reclamation of how and whether there is a restoration of the original cover. Not expected, however, that it would be possible restoration of a complex land cover. The question remains whether and under what conditions it is advisable to bring more soil to the surface of reservoirs and artificially create a layer of anthropogenic soils.
Determination of potential natural vegetation in the forest coupled pillars: Woodland area of interest lies partly in the category acidic central European thermophilous oak and partly in the category of hornbeam and linden. However, the area is in fact a mixed forest with the presence of spruce and pine cultures.