Research on the Presence Greyic Phaeozems in Romania

Anca-Luiza Stănilă, Cătălin Cristian Simota, Mihail Dumitru

Abstract


Areas under greyic phaeozems of Romania corresponding geographical areas as compared lithostratigraphic are made of clay and marly clay with frequent intercalations of sands and sandstones in a thick package, belonging Sarmatian, respectively, Volhinian and Basarabian, which directly influences the characteristics of the parent material of the soil.

In this way, due to differences in altitude, these soils were formed and evolved deposits vary in granulometric composition, it is represented by loess, loess-like deposit, loam and loess, marly clay.

Thus, we believe that the presence greyic phaeozems of our country in eastern, the genesis and evolution of the important role they have parental materials rich in fine sand fraction (31-41%).

Specific these soils is the formation of humic acids and precipitate in place, under the influence of calcium ions, contributing to the development and the individualization of the horizon Am.

Fulvic acids from the breakdown of litter cvercinee does not precipitate in the upper horizon, but migrate to the base, they favoring the migration is known as the iron and aluminum hydroxides and enriching the waste in the lower part of the quartz diagnostic horizon for greyic phaeozems, and a clay horizon B argic migrated upper horizon.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jas.v5i3.11837

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