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Title: Season-Related Change of the Total Carbon in Neris Regional Park Soil
Authors: Pranskevičius, Mantas
Lietuvninkas, Arvydas
Keywords: soil
soil surveys
total carbon
CO2 emissions
Neris regional park
different land use types
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitetas
Citation: Pranskevičius, M.; Lietuvninkas, A. 2011. Season-Related Change of the Total Carbon in Neris Regional Park Soil, in The 8th International Conference “Environmental Engineering”: Selected papers. Ed. by D. Čygas, K. D. Froehner, May 19–20, 2011 Vilnius, Lithuania. Vilnius: Technika, 284–291.
Abstract: Soil degradation directly affects water and air quality and bio-variety and a soil organic matter is, therefore, one of the most important elements. The organic matter is one of the main accumulators of the solar energy which participates in the fundamental processes of ecosystems, determines the physical properties of soil having an influence of the nutrition regime of plants and is vitally important for plant growth. Having entered the soil ecosystem organic matter may: 1) completely selfmineralise thus enriching the reserves of carbon dioxide and minerals; 2) be used for the nutrition of micro-organisms and assimilate in the microbe biomass; 3) be included in newly formed humus matter, i.e. be converted into humus. The analysis of Neris Regional Park soil covered the total carbon which consists of carbon accumulated in the organic and inorganic form. The investigations determined the contents of the total carbon which will be later analysed through modelling and determination of carbon dioxide emissions and velocities of soil degradation.
ISBN: 978-9955-28-831-2
ISSN: 2029-7106 print
2029-7092 online
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