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The Influence of Ground Fires on the Properties and Erosion of Forest Soils in the Southern Urals (Bashkir State Nature Reserve)

The influence of ground fires of different ages on the morphological, hydrophysical, and physicochemical properties and on the humus status of dark gray soils (Luvic Retic Greyzemic Someric Phaeozems (Loamic)), gray soils (Eutric Retisols (Loamic, Cutanic, Humic)), and gray-humus lithozems (Eutric L... Full description

Journal Title: Eurasian Soil Science 2019, Vol.52(4), pp.370-379
Main Author: Gabbasova, I
Other Authors: Garipov, T , Suleimanov, R , Komissarov, M , Khabirov, I , Sidorova, L , Nazyrova, F , Prostyakova, Z
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title: The Influence of Ground Fires on the Properties and Erosion of Forest Soils in the Southern Urals (Bashkir State Nature Reserve)
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  • Gabbasova, I
  • Garipov, T
  • Suleimanov, R
  • Komissarov, M
  • Khabirov, I
  • Sidorova, L
  • Nazyrova, F
  • Prostyakova, Z
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  • Organic Carbon
  • Humus
  • Fires
  • Soil Erosion
  • Pedogenesis
  • Physicochemical Properties
  • Soil Solution
  • Calcium
  • Soil Density
  • Mountains
  • Humus
  • Physicochemical Properties
  • Hydroxyapatite
  • Humic Acids
  • Soil Erosion
  • Bulk Density
  • Soil Erosion
  • Soil Water
  • Fires
  • Decomposing Organic Matter
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description: The influence of ground fires of different ages on the morphological, hydrophysical, and physicochemical properties and on the humus status of dark gray soils (Luvic Retic Greyzemic Someric Phaeozems (Loamic)), gray soils (Eutric Retisols (Loamic, Cutanic, Humic)), and gray-humus lithozems (Eutric Leptosols) was studied in the Bashkir State Nature Reserve in the Southern Urals Mountains. A decrease in the bulk density, increase in the field, capillary, and total water capacities of the soils, alkalization of the soil solution, and an increase in the contents of organic carbon, nitrogen, and ash elements take place in the upper horizons of the soils affected by fires. The humus state of these soils changes: its composition becomes more humate; the portion of free humic acids decreases, the contents of calcium-bound humic acids and non-hydrolyzable residue increase; and the enrichment of humus with nitrogen takes place. The development of post-pyrogenic erosion on steep (13°–15°) slopes leads...
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