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Original scientific paper
UDC: 551.583:502/504
DOI: 10.7251/afts.2015.0712.067R
COBISS. RS-ID 4989208
 
 
INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ON CARBON AND NITROGEN CONTENT IN SERBIAN RENDZINA SOILS

 

Radmanović (Cupać) Svjetlana, Đorđević Aleksandar, Nikolić Nataša
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade, E.mail: Ova adresa el. pošte zaštićena je od spam napada, treba omogućiti JavaSkript da biste je videli
 

ABSTRACT  Full text (pdf)

Organic matter in Serbian Rendzina soils dependence on altitude and geographic regions was investigated. There was no regular dynamics of carbon and nitrogen content nor in C/N ratio, probably because of slight climatic variation among altitudes and regions, thus negligible differences in vegetation, organic litter and decomposition dynamics. Predicted climatic changes, uneven for regions, will exert a complex influence on soil C and N storage. These results should be used as a base for future monitoring of  C and N content in Serbian Rendzina soils and their dependence on climate.
 
Keywords: altitude, temperature, precipitation, climate change
 

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