Pore‐system characteristics of pavement seam materials of urban sites

@inproceedings{Nehls2006PoresystemCO,
  title={Pore‐system characteristics of pavement seam materials of urban sites},
  author={Thomas Nehls and Grzegorz J{\'o}zefaciuk and Zofia Sokołowska and Michał Hajnos and Gerd Wessolek},
  year={2006}
}
The original light-brown sandy seam filling of pavements in urban areas turns dark and changes its properties by the time due to various inputs of urban dust. Deposited C org inputs do mostly not have natural characteristics but are man-made, e.g., diesel dust. Thus, properties of the seam material are not predictable from experiences with forest or agricultural soils. Semiperviously sealed urban areas are sites of contaminant deposition as well as groundwater recharge. For an assessment of the… CONTINUE READING
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