|Title:||History of East European chernozem soil degradation; protection and restoration by tree windbreaks in the russian steppe|
|Authors:||Chendev, Yu. G.|
Sauer, T. J.
Guillermo Hernandez Ramirez
Charles Lee Burras
soil organic carbon
degradation of soils
restoration of soils
|Citation:||History of East European chernozem soil degradation; protection and restoration by tree windbreaks in the russian steppe / Yu. G. Chendev, T. J. Sauer, Guillermo Hernandez Ramirez [et al.] // Sustainability. - 2015. - Vol.7-P. 705-724. - doi: 10.3390/su7010705. - Refer.: p. 722-723.|
|Abstract:||The physiographic region of the Central Russian Upland, situated in the Central part of Eastern Europe, is characterized by very fertile grassland soils-Chernozems (Mollisols in the USDA taxonomy). However, over the last several centuries this region has experienced intense land-use conversion. The most widespread and significant land-use change is the extensive cultivation of these soils. As a result, Chernozems of the region that were some of the most naturally fertile soils in the world with thick A horizons had become, by the second half of the 19th century, weakly productive, with decreased stocks of organic matter|
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