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dc.contributor.authorLisetskii, F. N.-
dc.contributor.authorRodionova, M. E.-
dc.description.abstractThe results of the study of dark chestnut soils (Kastanozems) differing in the time and intensity of their agricultural use and in the duration of the fallow stage are analyzed. Soil sequences differing in the char acter of their agrogenic changes were studied in the rural area of ancient Olbia with a centuries long history of diverse economic activities, including crop growingru
dc.publisherLisetskii, F.N. Transformation of Dry Steppe Soils under Long Term Agrogenic Impacts in the Area of Ancient Olbia / F. N. Lisetskii, M. E. Rodionova // Eurasian Soil Science. - 2015. - Vol.48, N4.-P. 347–358. - DOI: 10.1134/
dc.subjectsoil geographyru
dc.subjectancient farmingru
dc.subjectold arable soilsru
dc.subjectAncient Olbiaru
dc.subjectindicators of agrogenesisru
dc.subjectsoil memoryru
dc.titleTransformation of Dry Steppe Soils under Long Term Agrogenic Impacts in the Area of Ancient Olbiaru
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