Anthropogenic dark earths of the central Amazon region: Remarks on their evolution and polygenetic composition

@inproceedings{ArroyoKalin2009AnthropogenicDE,
  title={Anthropogenic dark earths of the central Amazon region: Remarks on their evolution and polygenetic composition},
  author={Manuel Arroyo-Kalin and Eg Neves and Wi Woods},
  year={2009}
}
Anthrosols are soils whose formation and characteristics have been enduringly influenced by the material effects of human action (Limbrey 1975; Eidt 1984; Woods 2003). Among others they include those whose surface horizon has been modified by topsoil disturbance and/or irrigation associated to different types of agriculture; those which have formed on human-transported, -manufactured or -mobilised sediments, including here landforms created or altered by humans; and soils whose surface horizons… CONTINUE READING

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