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Catena, ISSN 0341-8162, 04/2016, Volume 139, pp. 117 - 126
River regulation since the 17th century, large-scale drainage, and intensive farming have seriously transformed soils in the river valleys of Poland. Flood... 
Gleysols | Drainage | Umbrisols | Alluvial soils | Anthric | Ploughing | Murshic | Phaeozems | HUMUS FORMS | EVENTS | LANDSCAPE | STATE | WATER RESOURCES | EROSION | EUROPE | SOIL SCIENCE | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | DYNAMICS | Water, Underground | Soils | Agriculture | Peat
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Catena, ISSN 0341-8162, 09/2019, Volume 180, pp. 83 - 102
Among the clay-illuviated soils, dominant in the loess belt in southern Poland, islands of chernozemic soils are distinguished by their spectacular... 
Chernozems | Funnel Beaker culture | Kurgan | Retisols | Neolithic | Micromorphology | VEGETATION HISTORY | RECONSTRUCTION | SEDIMENTS | CLASSIFICATION | WATER RESOURCES | CARBON STOCKS | FOREST | PALEOSOLS | SOIL SCIENCE | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | SELF-RESTORATION | RADIOCARBON AGE | SOIL DEVELOPMENT | Loess | Archaeology | Carbonates
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Soil Science Annual, ISSN 2300-4975, 12/2018, Volume 69, Issue 4, pp. 206 - 214
Taking into account the fact that (a) measurement of the cation exchange capacity and base saturation is practically unavailable in the field, that formally... 
base saturation | WRB | Polish Soil Classification | soil classification | pH
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Soil Science Annual, ISSN 2300-4975, 06/2019, Volume 70, Issue 2, pp. 158 - 169
Vertisols are characterized by high content of clay fraction that affects their specific morphological and physical features. The shrink-swell phenomena of... 
Vertisols | Chernozems | mollic | Phaeozems | clays | soil classification | Clay | Neogene | Geomorphology | Soils | Cracks | Subtropical zones | Maps | Soil properties | Morphology | Classification | Soil maps | Differentiation | phaeozems | vertisols | chernozems
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Geoderma, ISSN 0016-7061, 03/2019, Volume 337, pp. 983 - 997
This study investigates the scale of inheritance of signatures typical of loess- and basalt-derived substrates in soils having both components present as... 
Aeolian silts | Clay minerals | Zr and Hf | Basalt | Heavy minerals | Pleistocene | LANDSCAPE | CENTRAL-EUROPE | SOIL SCIENCE | EVOLUTION | PARENT MATERIAL | DEPOSITS | LOCALLY-SOURCED LOESS | MOUNTAINS | ALPINE SOILS | FORMING PROCESSES | CLIMATE | Loess | Soils | Permeability
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Geoderma, ISSN 0016-7061, 10/2014, Volume 230-231, pp. 265 - 273
The conversion of spruce monocultures towards mixed and deciduous tree stands has been undertaken in central European countries, including south-western... 
European beech | Norway spruce | Forest conversion | Humus form | Forest litter | DIFFERENT SITES | KARKONOSZE NATIONAL-PARK | SPRUCE PICEA-ABIES | CARBON STOCKS | SOIL SCIENCE | SCOTS PINE | MICROBIAL ACTIVITIES | SOIL ORGANIC-MATTER | FAGUS-SYLVATICA | Environmental monitoring | Ecosystems | Climate
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Geoderma, ISSN 0016-7061, 01/2014, Volume 213, pp. 287 - 295
Central European forestry has started an ecologically-oriented conversion of spruce monocultures to broadleaf and mixed forests. Spruce stands in the mountains... 
Forest management | Norway spruce | Common beech | Organic carbon stocks | Forest litter | DECIDUOUS FOREST | KARKONOSZE NATIONAL-PARK | MIXED STANDS | SOIL SCIENCE | SILVER BIRCH | NITROGEN | SCOTS PINE | CONIFEROUS FOREST | PICEA-ABIES | STOCKS | FAGUS-SYLVATICA | Soils | Forests and forestry | Carbon content | Mountains | Forests | Supports | Beech | Raw materials | Pools | Stands
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Soil Science Annual, ISSN 2300-4975, 10/2014, Volume 65, Issue 2, pp. 80 - 90
Czarne ziemie, w randze osobnej j ednostki, wyodrębnione zostały przez Miklaszewskiego ze względu na ich poba-giennągenezę, podmokłość oraz specyficzny typ... 
mady czarnoziemne | gleby deluwialne | vertisole | czarne ziemie | black earths | Chernozems | Yertisols | czarnoziemy | colluvial soils | alluvial soils
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Geoderma, ISSN 0016-7061, 06/2018, Volume 320, pp. 1 - 11
The content of plant-available phosphorus (P) is a valuable chemical measure of human impact on soils, commonly employed as a diagnostic criterion in many... 
Olsen test | Mehlich 3 | Phosphorus | Anthropogenic soils | Citric acid test | Mehlich 1 | FOREST HABITATS | CULTURAL LAYERS | ALLUVIAL SOILS | SOIL SCIENCE | SW POLAND | AGRICULTURAL SOILS | ATLANTIC UNITED-STATES | KARKONOSZE MOUNTAINS | NORTHWEST GERMANY | STOLOWE MOUNTAINS | Soils | Analysis | Citric acid
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Catena, ISSN 0341-8162, 02/2018, Volume 161, pp. 63 - 76
The unfavourable environmental conditions to Chernozem development in Central Europe has led to questions regarding their origin and age, and conditions... 
Mollic | Chernic | Soil catena | Chernozems | Soil transformation | Neolithic period | CENTRAL-EUROPE | CLASSIFICATION | WATER RESOURCES | LOESS-PALEOSOL SEQUENCES | EROSION | FOREST | SOIL SCIENCE | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | RADIOCARBON AGE | SOIL | PEDOGENESIS | CLAY MINERALOGY | VEGETATION | Loess | Soil moisture
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