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Temporal changes of eroded soils depending on their agricultural use in the southern Cis-Ural region

Temporal changes of eroded soils in the southern Cis-Ural region (Republic of Bashkortostan) depending on their agricultural use during the period from 1975 to 2011 were studied. In the northern foreststeppe zone, the development of erosion processes was retarded upon the use of soil-saving manageme... Full description

Journal Title: Eurasian Soil Science 2016, Vol.49(10), pp.1204-1210
Main Author: Gabbasova, I.
Other Authors: Suleimanov, R. , Khabirov, I. , Komissarov, M. , Fruehauf, M. , Liebelt, P. , Garipov, T. , Sidorova, L. , Khaziev, F.
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ID: ISSN: 1064-2293 ; E-ISSN: 1556-195X ; DOI: 10.1134/S1064229316100070
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title: Temporal changes of eroded soils depending on their agricultural use in the southern Cis-Ural region
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  • Gabbasova, I.
  • Suleimanov, R.
  • Khabirov, I.
  • Komissarov, M.
  • Fruehauf, M.
  • Liebelt, P.
  • Garipov, T.
  • Sidorova, L.
  • Khaziev, F.
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  • soil erosion
  • soil management
  • soil texture
  • Retisols
  • Phaeozems
  • Chernozems
ispartof: Eurasian Soil Science, 2016, Vol.49(10), pp.1204-1210
description: Temporal changes of eroded soils in the southern Cis-Ural region (Republic of Bashkortostan) depending on their agricultural use during the period from 1975 to 2011 were studied. In the northern foreststeppe zone, the development of erosion processes was retarded upon the use of soil-saving management practices and grain-fallow-grass crop rotations. In slightly eroded light gray forest soils (Eutric Retisols (Cutanic)), the thickness of humus-accumulative horizons and the content of humus increased; the conversion of cropland into permanent fallow was found to be the most efficient measure to control soil erosion. In podzolized chernozems (Luvic Greyzemic Chernic Phaeozems) and typical chernozems (Haplic Chernozems) of the Cis-Ural steppe, the content of humus in the plow layer under grain-row crop rotation and classical soil management decreased, especially in moderately eroded soils. The development of water and wind erosion on slopes depended on the slope shape: the texture of soils at different degrees of erosion on slopes with free runoff became coarser by one gradation after 35 years; in the presence of linear obstacles in the lower part of slopes, the content of fine fractions in moderately and strongly eroded soils increased.
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abstractTemporal changes of eroded soils in the southern Cis-Ural region (Republic of Bashkortostan) depending on their agricultural use during the period from 1975 to 2011 were studied. In the northern foreststeppe zone, the development of erosion processes was retarded upon the use of soil-saving management practices and grain-fallow-grass crop rotations. In slightly eroded light gray forest soils (Eutric Retisols (Cutanic)), the thickness of humus-accumulative horizons and the content of humus increased; the conversion of cropland into permanent fallow was found to be the most efficient measure to control soil erosion. In podzolized chernozems (Luvic Greyzemic Chernic Phaeozems) and typical chernozems (Haplic Chernozems) of the Cis-Ural steppe, the content of humus in the plow layer under grain-row crop rotation and classical soil management decreased, especially in moderately eroded soils. The development of water and wind erosion on slopes depended on the slope shape: the texture of soils at different degrees of erosion on slopes with free runoff became coarser by one gradation after 35 years; in the presence of linear obstacles in the lower part of slopes, the content of fine fractions in moderately and strongly eroded soils increased.
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