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The pressure of natural and anthropogenic factors on the status of soil from central development region

Author:
Valentin, Crîsmaru, Petru, Bacal, Iurie, Bejan
Source:
Present Environment and Sustainable Development 2017 v.11 no.1 pp. 163-171
ISSN:
2284-7820
Subject:
agricultural land, crops, hoeing, land management, soil, soil erosion, soil quality
Abstract:
The most ordinary form of impact on soils is erosion. A very rapid increase of the surfaces affected by erosion is conditioned, in particular, by the non-compliance of environmental requirements concerning exploitation of agricultural land and by the actual inefficient management of land resources. Lately due to the intensive exploitation of land and natural resources, the ecological situation worsened considerably, which has a negative impact over soils from the Central Development Region. Due to of the impact of agricultural activities and pressures of various factors on soil quality to grown the surface of soils eroded. Some factors led to growth the eroded surfaces which are considered high percentage of technical and hoeing crops.
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5731600