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Agricultural Management and Soil Carbon Storage in Surface vs. Deep Layers
Soil C sequestration research has historically focused on the top 0 to 30 cm of the soil profile, ignoring deeper portions that might also respond to management. In this study we sampled soils alongExpand
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Soil temperature regimes in Finland
Soil temperature regime substantially influences soil classification in Soil Taxonomy particularly in temperate areas. To facilitate correct classification of soils of Finland, the temperatureExpand
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Soils in a young landscape on the coast of southern Finland
Helsingin yliopiston Viikin opetus- ja tutkimustilan pelloilla, niiden vieressa olevalla moreenialueella ja meren aarella olevassa ruovikossa tutkittiin kahdeksan maaprofiilia n. 1,5 metrin syvyyteenExpand
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Podzol formation in sandy soils of Finland
Abstract Podzolization occurs quickly in acidic parent materials with addition of acidic litter from coniferous trees. This study was conducted to evaluate Podzol formation and estimate lengths ofExpand
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Podzols and podzolization in temperate regions
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Corn yield: erosion relationships of representative loess and till soils in the North Central United States
ABSTRACT: A study was started in 1984 to examine erosion-productivity relationships on representative soils from the North Central United States. The project was designed to minimize the effects ofExpand
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Regional scale analysis of denitrification in north temperate forest soils
Large scale analyses of biogeochemical processes are necessary for understanding anthropogenic effects on global climate and environmental quality. Regional scale estimates of denitrification fromExpand
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Soils in an agricultural landscape of Jokioinen, south-western Finland
Eleven pedons in an agricultural landscape at elevations 80‐130 m above sea level in Jokioinen, south-western Finland were investigated and classified according to Soil Taxonomy, the FAO-UnescoExpand
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