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Fate of the main carbon forms in soil organic matter from post-mining soils amended with urban compost in southern Spain (Almería)

AuthorsCastelló, Ricardo ; Castillejo, José Miguel; Piedra-Buena, Ana; Hernández, Zulimar ; Almendros Martín, Gonzalo
KeywordsGypsic soils
Organic matter
Issue Date2008
AbstractIn general, post-mining rehabilitation of gypsic soils is hampered because of its low organic matter content in the topsoil, which has been removed and replaced by alternative “soil-forming materials”. However, not all organic amendments are equally beneficial and there is classical controversy on their suitability for the formation of humic substances. In general, urban composts have a poor potential to yield humic substances.
DescriptionPoster presentado en: II International Conference on Soil and Compost Eco-Biology, Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife (Spain)
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