• Published 2011

Soil-plant Relations in Inland Natural and Anthropogenic Saline Habitats

@inproceedings{Piernik2011SoilplantRI,
  title={Soil-plant Relations in Inland Natural and Anthropogenic Saline Habitats},
  author={Agnieszka Piernik and Piotr Hulisz},
  year={2011}
}
Three types of saline habitats were investigated in central Poland: natural saline grasslands, anthropogenic saline meadows next to the waste ponds of two soda factories and halophytic vegetation along brine pipelines. In total 76 phytosociological relevés and soil samples (0-25 cm) in each plot were taken. After discriminant analysis (CVA) including all measured soil properties high pH values were identified as significant for pipeline habitats, high ECe values together with high Ca… CONTINUE READING

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