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Title: Chemical and microbiological attributes under different soil cover
???metadata.dc.creator???: Novak, Elaine
Carvalho, Laércio Alves
Santiago, Etenaldo Felipe
Portilho, Irzo Isaac Rosa
Keywords: Degraded area, Indicators of quality, Native vegetation
Publisher: CERNE
CERNE
???metadata.dc.date???: 7-Apr-2017
Other Identifiers: http://www.cerne.ufla.br/site/index.php/CERNE/article/view/1531
Description: A challenge for the environmental recovery of degraded areas is the search for soil data. In this process, the microbiological parameters and soil chemicals are potential indicators of soil quality. This study aimed to evaluate soil quality based on microbiological and chemical soil attributes in different areas involving environmental recovery, sugarcane cultivation and remnants of native vegetation located in a rural private property farm in State of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, in Hapludox Eutrophic soil. The microbiological (microbial biomass carbon, basal respiration, microbial quotient and metabolic quotient) and chemical parameters (organic matter, carbon, pH, cationic exchange capacity, sum of bases, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, saturation base and potential acidity) were assessed. Data were assessed by variance and multivariate analysis (Principal Component Analysis and cluster analysis). Overall, the results showed highest alteration in the chemical and microbiological characteristics of the soil in sugarcane cultivation area in comparison with other areas. Considering the studied recovery areas, REC1, REC5 and REC7 show chemical and microbiological conditions with most similarity to native vegetation. Despite the short period of the resilience enhancement of environmental recovery areas, the development of vegetation cover and establishment of the microbial community were determined to be important factors for improving soil quality and environmental recovery in several of the areas studied.
???metadata.dc.language???: eng
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