|Title:||Ecological assessment of the content of cadmium in soils and crops in southwestern regions of the Central Chernozemic Zone, Russia|
|Authors:||Lukin, S. V.|
Selyukova, S. V.
biological adsorption factor
Central Chernozemic Zone
|Citation:||Lukin, S.V. Ecological assessment of the content of cadmium in soils and crops in southwestern regions of the Central Chernozemic Zone, Russia / S.V. Lukin, S.V. Selyukova // Eurasian Soil Science. - 2018. - Vol.51, №12.-P. 1547-1553.|
|Abstract:||It is found that in Belgorod oblast during 2010-2014, cadmium mainly came into agrocenoses with organic fertilizers (0.4 g/ha, or 73.9%) and ameliorants (0.116 g/ha, or 21.4%). The lowest total content of cadmium in the A horizon (0.22 mg/kg) was noted in meadow-chernozemic soil (Greyzemic Stagnic Chernic Phaeozem (Clayic, Pachic)) developed on old alluvial calcareous deposits, and its highest content (0.42 mg/kg) was found in ordinary chernozem (Haplic Chernozem (Clayic, Pachic)), where loess-like clay is the main parent rock|
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