Цифровая почвенная карта южного берега Крыма.

Е.Ю. Сухачева, Я.С. Ревина

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Abstract

Digital medium-scale (1 : 100 000) soil map of the Southern Coast from the Aia Cape on the west to the town of Feodosia on the east was compiled basing on authors’ field research. This map contains actual information on the soil cover of natural, humanly transformed landscapes and urbanized territories. The map was created using GIS, remote sensing methods, satellite imagery interpretation methods (including i-magery of satellite system Landsat and multi-channel satellite imagery). The legend of the map is based on “Classification and diagnostic of soils of Russia” (2004). The map comprises 1053 mapping units and 34 soil units (in the legend), which are arranged in four groups: natural soils, soils of terraced slopes, agricultural soils and soil cover of urbanized territory. There is also information about rock outcrops, soil erosion intensity, and share of natural soils in the areas of humanly modified ones. The analysis of the map revealed that natural soils occupy 63% of the area. The main natural soils ar
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)389-397
JournalПОЧВОВЕДЕНИЕ
Issue number4
StatePublished - 2020
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Crimea Peninsula
  • Crimean soils
  • Dystric Cambisols
  • Eutric Cambisols
  • soil cover structure
  • terraced slopes soils
  • urban soils
  • Vineyard soils
  • буроземы
  • городские почвы
  • коричневые почвы
  • крымский полуостров
  • почвы виноградников
  • почвы Крыма
  • почвы террасированных склонов
  • структура почвенного покрова

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