2 edition of Organic and inorganic amendments affect vegetation growth on an acidic minesoil found in the catalog.
Organic and inorganic amendments affect vegetation growth on an acidic minesoil
William T Plass
1982 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in Broomall, Pa .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 7
|Statement||William T. Plass|
|Series||Research paper NE -- 502|
|Contributions||Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. :|
soil classification: a global desk reference long-term consequences of land use practices. These include, for example, predictions of agronomic crop performance, the fate and whereabouts of agricultural and industrial chemicals in the vadose zone, and rheologic behavior of materials for engineering interpretation and use of soils. coal mining: research, technology and safety No part of this digital document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means. The publisher has taken reasonable care in the preparation of this digital document, but makes no expressed or implied warranty of any kind and assumes no responsibility for. The study area was approximately 12 ha, reclaimed by a mixed plantation of fast growing, deciduous, timber yielding tree species without any pH correction of the minesoil. The initial pH (; soil:water) was (–). During plantation no topsoil or any amendments were added. The pit was dugged during summer season (April–May).Read:
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Organic and inorganic amendments affect vegetation growth on an acidic minesoil (OCoLC) Online version: Plass, William T. Organic and inorganic amendments affect vegetation growth on an acidic minesoil (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Organic and inorganic amendments affect vegetation growth on an acidic minesoil [microform] / William T. Plass U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station Broomall, Pa Australian/Harvard Citation.
Plass, William T. & Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.). Lime and other soil amendments /[by H.J. Atkinson] Lime and other soil amendments / H.J.
Atkinson; The use of soil amendments for remediation, revitalization and reuse [electronic resource] Organic and inorganic amendments affect vegetation growth on an acidic minesoil [microform] / William T. Larney, F. and Angers, D. The role of organic amendments in soil reclamation: A review.
Can. Soil Sci. 19Á A basic tenet of sustainable soil management is. Increasing Soil Organic Matter Content. Soil organic matter is generally considered the single most important property affecting quality and functioning of soils (Gregorich et al.
).As expected, application of organic amendments results in an immediate increase in soil organic carbon, which is generally proportional to the amount of carbon applied (Chantigny et al.
).Cited by: Soil survey of Grant and Hardy counties, West Virginia by: Estepp, Ron. Published: () Soil survey of Morgan County, West Virginia by: Bell, James W. Published: (). Larney, F. and Angers, D. The role of organic amendments in soil reclamation: A review.
Can. Soil Sci. A basic tenet of sustainable soil management is that current human activities are not detrimental to future generations. Soils are degraded by natural events (erosion) or industrial activity. A prevalent feature of degraded or disturbed soils Cited by: Supplemental inorganic amendments including fertilizer, agricultural lime, and an alkaline waste from an SO2 scrubber system were applied alone and.
Larney, F. and Angers, D. The role of organic amendments in soil reclamation: A review. Can. Soil Sci. 19– A basic tenet of sustainable soil management is that current human activities are not detrimental to future generations.
Soils are degraded by natural events (erosion) or industrial activity. A prevalent feature of degraded or disturbed soils is lack of Cited by: It has been observed, that the addition of soil amendments (organic and inorganic) has great potential for increasing soil pH (–7), reducing the solubility of trace metals by more than 80%, and stabilizing the soil (Pardo et al., ).Cited by: 1.
Organic and Inorganic Amendments Affect Vegetation Growth on an Acidlc Minesoil, William T. Plass. USDA Forest Service. This publication provides information indicating organic iunendments can be included in minesoil revegetation treatments to produce high-density ground covers or increase the yield of pasture and forage crops.
These methods are used to overcome some of the problems associated with acidic and barren conditions. Organic wastes such as sewage sludge and refuse or manure compost can be used as minesoil chemical amendment, as they are a slow release nutrient source.
Inorganic wastes such as pulverized refuse, pulverized fuel ash are also suitable by: Younger soils had less profile development as well as higher bulk densities, increased rock fragments, and decreased water holding capacities than older sites.
Older sites with more vegetation had higher amounts of organic carbon in the soil, which translated into improved soil conditions and water holding capacity.
Successful mine soil reclamation facilitates ecosystem recovery, minimizes adverse environmental impacts, creates additional lands for agricultural or forestry uses, and enhances the carbon (C) sequestration.
Nanoparticles with extremely high reactivity and deliverability can be applied as amendments to improve soil quality, mitigate soil contaminations, ensure safe Cited by: EPA/ October MINE SPOIL POTENTIALS FOR SOIL AND WATER QUALITY By Richard M. Smith, Walter E. Grube, Jr., Thomas Arkle, Jr., and Andrew Sobek Division of Plant Sciences College of Agriculture and Forestry West Virginia University Morgantown, West Virginia Project No.
S Program Element -No. 1BB. Ryan, J.A. and R.L. Chaney. In H.A.J. Hoitink et al. (eds.). Proc. International Composting Research Symposium. In Press Regulation of municipal sewage sludge under the Clean Water Act Section A model for exposure and risk assessment for MSW-compost. 1 James A. Ryan US Environmental Protection Agency Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory.
Minesoil type A was completely covered by herbaceous plants and trees, while minesoil types B and C were generally covered by trees. Based on our minesoil analyses and other studies, barren AML sites may not require complete redisturbance for revegetation but may be revegetated by adjacent plant species if surface amendments are applied.
The water‐stability of aggregates in many soils is shown to depend on organic materials. The organic binding agents have been classified into (a) transient, mainly polysaccharides, (b), temporary, roots and fungal hyphae, and (c) persistent, resistant aromatic components associated with polyvalent metal cations, and strongly sorbed effectiveness of various Cited by: This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Harnessing an effective CO 2 sink of a mine soil site requires establishment and maintenance of a healthy forest or other vegetation cover for a time scale of at least 25 years.
Soils with high quality are indispensable to support the vegetation that can thrive and sustain itself. However, mine soils, especially the gob piles or mining rock wastes, usually have poor soil quality such as low. Wehtje GR, Shaw JN, Walker RH, Williams W () Bermudagrass growth in soil supplemented with inorganic amendments.
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