Posters

SSS2.1

Soil degradation; in particular under anthropogenic activities such as agricultural practices or mining reduces the capacity of soils to provide services in quantity and quality leading to crop failure, desertification and reduction of food security and biodiversity. Soil rehabilitation on the other hand aims at improving soil functions and ecosystem services - mostly responsible for crop production and ecosystem health. Hence, soils are currently subjected to an impact never observed since agriculture revolution. The impact of humans on soil reached to a level that can be considered a forming factor - the 6th factor of soil formation. This session gathers studies investigating the impacts of human on pedogenesis. A special focus should be given to the attenuation or improvement of soil functions and ecosystem services as consequence of intensive management. Research focusing on soil degradation or rehabilitation in arid, semi-arid and Mediterranean environments are highlighted in this session as the effects of anthropogenic activities can be intensified by the challenges of prolonged periods of drought and intense and irregular rainfall. We especially acknowledge research linking agricultural practices to soil formation - to develop the theory of agropedogenesis.

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Convener: Kazem Zamanian | Co-conveners: Paulo Pereira, Miriam Muñoz-Rojas, Steffen Seitz, Thomas Baumgartl
Orals
| Tue, 09 Apr, 08:30–10:15
 
Room G1
Posters
| Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 10:45–12:30
 
Hall X1

Attendance time: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Kazem Zamanian
X1.207 |
EGU2019-2613
Genetic characteristics and properties of soils in small watersheds of the Central Chernozem region (Russia)
(withdrawn after no-show)
Liliia Alaeva, Tatiana Deviatova, Svetlana Bozhko, and Yulia Gorbunova
Hall X1
X1.208 |
EGU2019-8554
Karolina Woźnica, Agnieszka Józefowska, and Tomasz Zaleski
Hall X1
X1.209 |
EGU2019-222
Oleksandr Menshov, Paulo Pereira, Oleksandr Kruglov, and Anatoliy Sukhorada
Hall X1
X1.210 |
EGU2019-17253
Katja Augustin, Michael Kuhwald, and Rainer Duttmann
Hall X1
Hall X1
X1.212 |
EGU2019-18028
Cezary Polakowski, Anna Walkiewicz, Katarzyna Jaromin-Gleń, Wioleta Stelmach, Sylwia Duda, Małgorzata Brzezińska, and Andrzej Bieganowski
Hall X1
X1.213 |
EGU2019-15175
Alexander Sokolov, Anton Sokolov, and Hervé Delbarre
Hall X1
X1.214 |
EGU2019-18738
Arturo Reyes, Jose Delgado, Jacqueline Cuevas, Alejandro Rocco, and Madeleine Guerrero
Hall X1
X1.215 |
EGU2019-15888
Jianbin Zhou, Sajjad Raza, Na Miao, Weijia Yu, Xuesong Li, and Yan Meng
Hall X1
X1.216 |
EGU2019-13405
| Highlight
Amber Bateman, Todd E. Erickson, David J. Merritt, Erik Veneklaas, and Miriam Muñoz-Rojas
Hall X1
X1.217 |
EGU2019-12441
| Highlight
Agustin Merino, Beatriz Omil, Oscar Piñeiro, Juan Carlos Rodríguez-López, and Santiago Meizoso
Hall X1
X1.218 |
EGU2019-1780
Yaohua Zhang, Xianli Xu, Zhenwei Li, Chaohao Xu, Rongfei Zhang, and Wei Luo
Hall X1
X1.219 |
EGU2019-14758
Jose Raul Roman, Angela Chilton, Yolanda Canton, and Miriam Muñoz-Rojas
Hall X1
X1.220 |
EGU2019-139
Mamoun Gharaibeh and Ammar Albalasmeh
Hall X1
X1.221 |
EGU2019-17555
Adam Tejkl, Tomas Laburda, Martin Neumann, Ondřej Marek, Martin Vaníček, David Zumr, and Petr Kavka
Hall X1
X1.222 |
EGU2019-11724
Mary-Anne Lowe, Gavan McGrath, and Matthias Leopold
Hall X1
X1.223 |
EGU2019-435
Johannes Antenor Senn, Fabian Ewald Fassnacht, Jana Eichel, Steffen Seitz, and Sebastian Schmidtlein
Hall X1
X1.224 |
EGU2019-10961
Martin Neumann, Tomáš Laburda, Adam Tejkl, Romana Kubínová, and Petr Kavka
Hall X1
X1.225 |
EGU2019-14721
Michał Beczek, Magdalena Ryżak, Rafał Mazur, Agata Sochan, and Andrzej Bieganowski
Hall X1
X1.226 |
EGU2019-4137
Nives Balenovic, Lisbeth Lolk Johannsen, Peter Strauss, Tomas Dostal, David Zumr, Thomas Cochrane, and Andreas Klik