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Degradatsionnyye protsessy pochv lenkoranskoy nizmennosti Azerbaydzhanskoy Respubliki [Soil degradation processes in the Lankaran Lowland, Azerbaijan]
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|Alternate Title:||Soil degradation processes in the Lankaran Lowland, Azerbaijan|
|Authors:||Gasymov, L. D.|
|Author Affiliations:||Primary: |
NANA, Institut Pochvovedeniya i Azrokhimii, Baku, Azerbaijan
|Volume Title:||Bulleten' nauki i praktiki Bulletin of Science and Practice|
|Source:||Bulleten' nauki i praktiki = Bulletin of Science and Practice, 5(1), p.172-176. Publisher: Nauka i Praktika, Niznevartovsk, Russian Federation. ISSN: 2414-2948|
|Note:||In Russian with English summary. 8 refs.|
|Summary:||The article presents an analysis of archival materials and their own research to assess the intensive development of soil degradation of the Lenkoran lowland of the Republic of Azerbaijan as a result of the influence of climatic and anthropogenic factors. The degradation processes of one soil-plant nomenclature of taxa to another are revealed. This is due to increased anthropogenic influences and climate warming processes. In the northern half of the subarea under study, yellow earth soils were deformed to yellow earth meadow soils. In the upper layers of the profile of yellow-gley and yellow-podzolized soils, a process of carbonization was observed and, as a result, the reaction of the medium, of soil solutions of weak acidity was replaced with slightly alkaline. A marked decrease in the content of humus in the arable layer was observed on all soils in this subarea. In the soil cover of the southern subdistrict, there were no noticeable deformations in the morphogenetic, geological, typological, and ameliorative terms associated with changes in climatic conditions.|
|Subjects:||Alkalic composition; Climate effects; Degradation; Global change; Global warming; Human activity; Landform evolution; Monitoring; Podzols; Pollution; Reclamation; Soil pollution; Soils; Azerbaijan; Commonwealth of Independent States; Europe; Lenkoran Lowland|
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