Soil development on the Crimean Peninsula in the Late Holocene

@article{Lisetskii2010SoilDO,
  title={Soil development on the Crimean Peninsula in the Late Holocene},
  author={Fedor N. Lisetskii and Elena I. Ergina},
  journal={Eurasian Soil Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={43},
  pages={601-613}
}
The study of soils of different ages in different physiographic regions of the Crimean Peninsula made it possible to reveal the main regularities of pedogenesis in the Late Holocene (in the past 2800 years). With respect to the average rate of the development of soil humus horizons, the main types of soils in the studied region were arranged into the following sequence: southern chernozems and dark chestnut soils > mountainous forest brown soils > gravelly cinnamonic soils. In the newly formed… 

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