Biogenic-Abiogenic Interaction in Antarctic Ornithogenic Soils

E. V. Abakumov, I. Y. Parnikoza, D. Y. Vlasov

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Abstract

In severe climatic and specific landscape conditions of Antarctica birds play an important role in transportation of organic matter of guano to the coastal landscapes. It has been shown that redistribution of guano components affects the speed of soil cover spatial development and formation of new polypedons of soils in environments, surrounding rookeries. Soils development is also affected by flying birds' transportation activity, while they transport the viable diasporas of plants, material of limpet shells, etc. This affects an initial or additional colonization of rocks being in distance from the coasts, sources of seed, and organic matter. Soils of Antarctica formed under effect of bird activity are the following: the most known typical ornithosols of the current penguin rockeries, post-Ornithosols, developed during post-Ornithogenic succession and organic lithosols formed in the areas of flying sea birds nesting and feeding areas due to limited nitrification and viable plant material and diasporas trans
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBiogenic-Abiogenic Interactions in Natural and Anthropogenic System
PublisherSpringer
Pages237-248
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Abakumov, E. V., Parnikoza, I. Y., & Vlasov, D. Y. (2016). Biogenic-Abiogenic Interaction in Antarctic Ornithogenic Soils. In Biogenic-Abiogenic Interactions in Natural and Anthropogenic System (pp. 237-248). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24987-2_19
Abakumov, E. V. ; Parnikoza, I. Y. ; Vlasov, D. Y. / Biogenic-Abiogenic Interaction in Antarctic Ornithogenic Soils. Biogenic-Abiogenic Interactions in Natural and Anthropogenic System. Springer, 2016. pp. 237-248
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Abakumov EV, Parnikoza IY, Vlasov DY. Biogenic-Abiogenic Interaction in Antarctic Ornithogenic Soils. In Biogenic-Abiogenic Interactions in Natural and Anthropogenic System. Springer. 2016. p. 237-248 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24987-2_19