V. G. Dvurechenskiy

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A soil study in technogenic landscapes has showed that the fractional and group composition of humus in different types of embryozems, unlike the reference brown taiga soils, had a certain specificity. This specificity is related to the fact that embryozems, being young soil formations, serve as a syngenetic reflection of a particular successional stage of(More)
The study of iron content in young soils formed on pit heaps of technogenic landscapes allow us to diagnose the soil formation processes occurring there. Monitoring the content and distribution of various forms of iron in embriozems shows the speed and direction of the soil-forming processes in disturbed ecosystems. It is detected that the ratio of(More)
Embryozems of technogenic landscapes in the forest-steppe zone of the Kuznetsk Basin and zonal leached chernozems reveal significant genetic differences in humus distribution in the soil profile, which is considered as a diagnostic feature of the type, rate, and direction of soil processes in human-disturbed landscapes.
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