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- Tsibart, A. S., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Eurasian soil science 2014 v.47 no.9 pp. 940-951
- carbon; clay fraction; coniferous forests; forest fires; humic acids; mineralization; organic horizons; polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons; water erosion; Russia
- ... The results of the studies of soil changes after the 2010 fires in the forest outliers of the city of Tolyatti have been reviewed. The morphological analysis of postpyrogenic soils has showed that the fire touched only the upper part of their profiles. It has been revealed that the surface fires favor the more intense loss of organic carbon than the crown fires (2.85 and 2.37%, respectively). Howe ...
- Tsibart, A. S., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Eurasian soil science 2014 v.47 no.7 pp. 723-733
- argillite; coal; humus; parent rock; planning; polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons; soil; taiga
- ... The properties of the soils forming on coal dumps significantly depend on the properties of the parent rocks and the technology of creating the dumps. In the forest-steppe and mountain taiga zones of the Kuznetsk Coal Basin, argillites, siltstones, and sandstones are the overburden and enclosing rocks. They are responsible for the alkaline reaction and the same microelement composition in almost a ...