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Publication Type J
Authors Kurkin, K. A.
Title Role of vegetation of halophytic meadows of Baraba in salt exchange between a perched water table and the soil
Source Eurasian Soil Science
Author Keywords halophytic meadows vegetation/ salt exchange/ perched water table/ Baraba
Abstract Twelve-year research on the dynamics of solonchakous meadows of Baraba shows that the composition of the halophytes which are dominant in the phytocenoses determines to a significant extent the chemistry and degree of salinization of the uppermost (0-5 cm) soil layer of these meadows. It is established that Plantago cornuti enriches this layer with chlorides, while Artemesia nitrosa and Limonium enrich it with sulfates.
ISSN 1064-2293
ISBN 1064-2293
Year Published 1995
Volume 27
Issue 4
Beginning Page 88-98
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