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The aim of the study. To estimate the influence of various metallurgical slags on the initial stages of plant growth and development.The study location and time. Vegetation experiment was conducted in laboratory where during 2 weeks plants were grown on mixed soil-slag substrates under favourable air temperature and humidit, substrate moisture and illumination rate of 1500 lux.Methodology. To ...

POSTED TO: The Journal of Soils and Environment [2618-6802]

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The article draws attention to increasing incidents of confusing description of organic carbon determination methods in soil research articles, published even in Eurasian Soil Science, the leading journal in the field in Russia, i.e. when authors refer to the total soil carbon measured by automated elemental analysers as soil organic carbon, without any justification neglecting soil inorganic ...

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THE CENTENNIAL OF PROFESSOR SERGEY SRGEEVICH TROFIMOV

Artamonova, Valentina Segeevna et al. [2018]

The article presents the main biographical information about Professor Trofimov Sergey Sergeevich, who was a great scientist, excellent teacher, outstanding pedologist, relentless champion for preservation and sustainable maintenance of natural resource. He also developed the first fundamental basis for recultivation of soils and soil cover on the technogenic neorelief in Siberia.

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The article describes professional biography of a remarkable researcher Doctor of Biological Sciences Maslova Irina Yakovlevna, who as an excellent agrochemist and soil scientist had worked in the Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry of the Siberian Branch of the (USSR) Russian Academy of Sciences since its establishment in 1968 until recently. In 1960 Maslova I. Ya. graduated from the ...

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The article describes in detail the prominent contribution of Professor K.P. Gorshenin into the establishment and development of the Siberian school of soil scientists and agronomic pedology, giving also the main events of Gorshenin's professional biography and scientific activity during his work at the Department of Soil Science of the Omsk Agricultural Institute. The main results of his rese ...

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The data on the content of microelements Mn, Cu, Zn, Co, Mo, B in soils of different zones of Omsk Irtysh region and plants grown on them are presented. The content of acid-soluble forms of Mn, Cu, Zn, Co, determined in 5M HNO3, in chernozem and solonets soils of the forest-steppe and steppe approaches the background total content in the chernozems of the south of Western Siberia. It depends o ...

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POTASSIUM FORMS IN SOIL AND METHODS OF DETERMINATION

Yakimenko, Vladimir Nikolaevich [2018]

The article shows the necessity to divide soil total potassium pool into separate fractions to assess potassium availability to plants and justifies different approaches to recover various potassium forms from soil by extraction, describing extraction methods. The author proposes the extended system to classify soil potassium forms based on the strength of potassium binding to soil minerals.

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Studies of soil heat regime are commonly confined to one vertical soil profile. Some studies on the basis of short-term temperature data series reported significant horizontal variation of topsoil horizons due to spatial variation in tree stand densities, plant cover and soil cover heterogeneity. Introduction of programmed automated temperature data loggers facilitated studies of horizontal he ...

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Different groups of organic compounds were specified in hexane-chloroform extract of fuscum peat and Sphagnum hollow peat retrieved in Bakcharsky bog that is situated in Tomsk region. Organic components were identified in native peats taken from a depth of 40-60 cm in elevated (pine-shrub-Sphagnum bog) and low (sedge-Sphagnum lawn) mire landscapes, and after their field decomposition in the sa ...

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The article describes comparison of soil fertility indices (SFI) calculated for the ploughed layer of arable soils differing in soil organic matter (SOM) content: with high (5-8%) and medium (3-5%) SOM content. The studied soils were located on erosion-prone slope at different altitudes: soils with high SOM at 280-310 m, and soils with medium SOM at 190-280 m a.s.l. The study area was located ...

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