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Title: Biogeochemical features of fallow lands in the steppe zone
Authors: Lisetskii, F. N.
Smekalova, T. N.
Marinina, O. A.
Keywords: agriculture
secondary successions
fallow lands
agrogenic soils
old-arable lands
biogeochemical indicators
steppe zone
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Lisetskii, F.N. Biogeochemical features of fallow lands in the steppe zone / F. N. Lisetskii, T. N. Smekalova, O. A. Marinina // Contemporary Problems of Ecology. - 2016. - Vol.9, N3.-P. 366-375. - DOI: 10.1134/S1995425516030094. - Refer.: p. 374-375.
Abstract: Fallow lands in ancient agricultural areas of Northwestern Crimea which had experienced repeated phases of agricultural activity at different time periods (the Late Bronze Age, antiquity, and the last 150−200 years) have been studied. The most informative and evolutionarily significant biogeochemical indicators of relict agricultural loads and duration of fallow periods are specified
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