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13. Icelandic soils
- Ó. Arnalds
Most Icelandic soils form in volcanic parent materials. The majority of the soils are classified as Andosols or Vitrisols according to an Icelandic soil classification scheme. Drainage and eolian… Expand
Ecosystem recharge by volcanic dust drives broad-scale variation in bird abundance
- T. Gunnarsson, Ó. Arnalds, G. Appleton, V. Méndez, J. Gill
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Ecology and evolution
- 25 May 2015
Across the globe, deserts and volcanic eruptions produce large volumes of atmospheric dust, and the amount of dust is predicted to increase with global warming. The effects of long-distance airborne… Expand
Assessment using remote sensing and GIS methods: A case study in Skeiðarársandur, Iceland
Supervisors Mr. Sigmar Metúsalemsson, Alta firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Jóhann Thorarensen, Soil Conservation Service of Iceland email@example.com Dr Ólafur G. Arnalds, Agricultural University of Iceland… Expand
Kolbjörk: carbon sequestration and soil development under mountain birch (Betula pubescens) in restored areas in southern Iceland.
- P. Kolkaabd, B. K. Slatera, G. Halldórssonc, Ó. Arnalds, R. Gilkes, N. Prakongkep
- Environmental Science
Iceland has suffered from severe soil erosion since settlement with losses up to 60% of pre-settlement vegetation. Large land remediation projects are underway using Betula pubescens. A huge… Expand