Humus accumulation and humification during soil development in post-mining soil

Evgeny Abakumov, Jan Frouz

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Abstract

Soil formation is a result of an interaction of five factors: climate, biota, relief, parent material and time (Dokuchaev 1949). Accumulation of organic matter and its downward migration in the soil profile play major roles in soil formation (Abakumov 2008, Cerli et al. 2008). Accumulation of organic matter leads to formation of an organic layer and affects many soil properties such as water holding capacity, C or N content, soil biota, etc. The humification process involves the main agents of soil weathering, chelatization and complexation of soil mineral compounds, and migration and translocation of organo-mineral compounds. The quality of organic matter (Kononova 1966, Ponomareva and Plotnikova 1980, Andreux 1996) and the soil biota (Ponomareva and Plotnikova 1980, Emmer and Sevink 1994, Androkhanov et al. 2000, Abakumov 2008) determine soil formation.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSoil Biota and Ecosystem Development in Post Mining Sites
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Pages19-37
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)9781466599338
ISBN (Print)9781466599314
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2013

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Abakumov, E., & Frouz, J. (2013). Humus accumulation and humification during soil development in post-mining soil. In Soil Biota and Ecosystem Development in Post Mining Sites (pp. 19-37). Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.1201/b15502
Abakumov, Evgeny ; Frouz, Jan. / Humus accumulation and humification during soil development in post-mining soil. Soil Biota and Ecosystem Development in Post Mining Sites. Taylor & Francis, 2013. pp. 19-37
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