|Title:||14C dating to study the development of soils in the forest-steppe of the central russian upland as a result of bioclimatic changes and long-term cultivation|
|Citation:||14C dating to study the development of soils in the forest-steppe of the central russian upland as a result of bioclimatic changes and long-term cultivation / Y. Chendev, A. Aleksandrovskiy, O. Khokhlova [et al.] // Radiocarbon. - 2018. - Vol.60, N4. - P. 1185-1198.|
|Abstract:||Temporal changes in soils of forest landscapes of the forest-steppe zone - Haplic Luvisols and Greyzemic Phaeozems - under the impact of Holocene climate changes (natural factor) and long-term cultivation (anthropogenic factor) were studied on level interfluves of the Central Russian Upland. To study soil evolution under the impact of climate changes, soil chronosequences of archaeological sites - paleosols buried under ramparts of ancient settlements and background surface soils of adjacent areas - were analyzed|
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