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|Title:||Consequences of land use change on soil organic matter composition and C-P relationships in Amazonian Dark Earth and Acrisol.|
|Authors:||JAROSCH, K. A.|
HURTARTE, L. C. C.
MUNIZ, A. W.
|Affiliation:||KLAUS A. JAROSCH, University of Bern; LUIS CARLOS COLOCHO HURTARTE, Technical University of Munich; KONSTANTIN GAVAZOV, WSL; ALEKSANDER WESTPHAL MUNIZ, CPAA; CHRISTOPH MÜLLER, Justus-Liebig University Giessen; GERRIT ANGST, Institute of Soil Biology and the Soil & Water Research Infrastructure; STEFFEN SCHWEIZER, Technical University of Munich.|
|Citation:||In: EGU GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 2021, Vienna, Austria. [Abstracts]... Vienna, EGU, 2021.|
|Description:||The conversion of tropical forest for cassava cultivation is widely known to decrease the soil organic matter (OM) and nutrient contents of highly weathered soils in the tropics. Amazonian Dark Earth (ADE) might be more resistant to this process due to their historical anthropogenic amelioration with e.g. charcoal, ceramics and bones, leading to higher soil OM and nutrient concentrations. In this study, we analyzed the effect of land use change on the OM dynamics under tropical conditions and how this is related with P distribution at the microscale, using ADE and an adjacent Acrisol (ACR) as model systems.|
|Keywords:||Terra Preta de Índio|
|Type of Material:||Parte de livro|
|Appears in Collections:||Resumo em anais de congresso (CPAA)|