soil aggregate reduction

  • Reducing Field Samples of Soil and Aggregate to Testing Size

    1.1 These methods cover the reduction of field samples of soil and aggregate to the appropriate size for testing employing techniques that are intended to minimize variations in measured characteristics between the test samples selected and the field sample. CP

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  • Soil‐Aggregate‐Scale Heterogeneity in Microbial Selenium ...

    Sep 12, 2012 · Pallud et al. (2010a, 2010b) recently investigated ferrihydrite reduction in anoxic flow-through experiments utilizing novel artificial aggregate systems that closely mimic field transport conditions in structured soils and found strong radial gradients in secondary mineralization products as a result of mass-transfer limitations.

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  • [Responses of soil and aggregate-associated organic carbon ...

    In the dry and wet seasons, the surface soil water content in the throughfall reduction plots was 82.1% and 82.7% of that in the control, but the mass fractions of 0.106-0.25 mm soil aggregates in the throughfall reduction plots increased by 1.8% and 4.2% than the control, respectively.

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  • Soil Aggregation - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    In many soils, intensive cultivation degrades soil structure, which is a measure of the stability of soil aggregates. The decrease in stability is usually associated with a reduction of SOM content, and it affects plant development. Eynard et al. (2004) measured decreased SOM and aggregate stability under cultivation of forested land.

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  • Non‐native plants and soil microbes: potential ...

    Jul 23, 2012 · The stability of aggregates was reduced by non-native plants and the degradation of the native soil microbial community. This latter effect might contribute to the sustained decline in aggregate stability following anthropogenic disturbance. Further exploration is advocated to understand the generality of these potential mechanisms. Introduction

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  • Soil aggregates stability and storage of soil organic ...

    Jan 14, 2020 · Soil aggregate, the basic unit of soil structure, mediates many physical and chemical processes in soils 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, such as soil compaction, soil nutrient recycling, soil erosion, root...

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  • Calgary Aggregate Recycling awarded $8M grant to construct ...

    Nov 09, 2021 · CAR says its soil reuse facility will reduce soil waste in landfills, reduce aggregate mining, reclaim communities, reduce environmental impacts and create jobs. The facility will have the capacity to recycle 600,000 metric tons of excavated construction materials annually.

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  • Interactive effect of nitrogen addition and throughfall ...

    Aug 01, 2019 · The soil moisture status can directly decrease the stability of soil aggregates according to the measurement of He et al. (2018), but no relationship was also found in this study. Increasing N deposition has been confirmed to increase the risk of soil degradation, aggravating the decline of the soil structure ( Chen et al., 2017 ).

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  • Aggregate Base Enhancement with Biaxial Geogrids for ...

    3. Use Table 2 below to determine the reduced aggregate base thickness based on the presence of a biaxial geogrid within the pavement section. This involves the use of Aggregate Base Reduction Factors (ABRF’s) summarized in Table 2 based on the effective R-value of the subgrade.

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  • METHOD OF TEST FOR SOIL AND AGGREGATE SAMPLE

    This method describes the processes for preparing untreated aggregatea nd disturbed soil samples, as received from the field, for the required tests. Separation by screening, weighing, removing soil coatings from coarse aggregate, breaking up clods, and splitting out representative test samples of specified size are described. B.EFERENCE R S

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  • Chromium Diffusion and Reduction in Soil Aggregates

    for measuring metal contaminant diffusion and reduction within synthetic soil aggregates. Components of these laboratory aggregate microcosms include (1) synthetic soil aggregate, (2) acrylic cylinder, (3) syringe piston with central port, (4) “macropore” reservoir, (5)

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  • Reduction in throughfall reduces soil aggregate stability ...

    Sep 14, 2018 · The aim was to investigate the effects of a reduction in throughfall on aggregate size, distribution and stability. The results from the 4-year experiment show that the TET affected soil moisture content significantly (with 14.5 and 20.4% decreases in the P. massoniana and C. hystrix plantations, respectively) compared with the control.

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  • Reducing Field Samples of Soil and Aggregate to Testing Size

    1.1 These methods cover the reduction of field samples of soil and aggregate to the appropriate size for testing employing techniques that are intended to minimize variations in measured characteristics between the test samples selected and the field sample. CP

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  • Soil aggregates stability and storage of soil organic ...

    Jan 14, 2020 · The reduction of tillage disturbance increased the stability of soil aggregates 19,72,73, which may be because the frequent tillage of farmland destroys the soil particle structure, increases the ...

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  • Non‐native plants and soil microbes: potential ...

    Jul 23, 2012 · Non-native plants and soil microbes: potential contributors to the consistent reduction in soil aggregate stability caused by the disturbance of North American grasslands Jessica Duchicela , Department of Biology, Indiana University, 1001 E. 3rd Street, Jordan Hall 142, Bloomington, IN

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  • Changes in soil aggregate stability and aggregate ...

    Dec 08, 2021 · Soil is the largest carbon pool whose change will have an impact on the terrestrial carbon cycle in the terrestrial ecosystem. Old-field succession on abandoned farmland, which usually has a noticeable effect on soil status, is a common phenomenon in karst valley where human activity alters frequently. In order to understand the changes in the accumulation of organic carbon (OC) in

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  • Soil-Aggregate-Scale Heterogeneity in Microbial Selenium ...

    mented transport-controlled reduction of soluble Cr(VI) to solid Cr(III) taking place exclusively within the surface layer of natural soil aggregates (9–15-cm dimensions) immersed in a Cr(VI) solu-tion (Tokunaga et al., 2003). Pallud et al. (2010a, 2010b) recently investigated ferrihydrite reduction in anoxic l ow

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  • [Effect of mineral N fertilizer reduction and organic ...

    The microbial biomass C:N was significantly lower in 60%CF+BF than in CF. The organic fertilizer and the biofertilizer both improved soil aggregate structure. Soil mass in the >0.25 mm fraction was 7.1% greater in 80%CF+OF and 8.0% greater in (60%CF+OF) than in CF. The geometric mean diameter was 9.2% greater in 80%CF+BF than in 80%CF+OF.

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  • Aggregate Base Enhancement with Biaxial Geogrids for ...

    3. Use Table 2 below to determine the reduced aggregate base thickness based on the presence of a biaxial geogrid within the pavement section. This involves the use of Aggregate Base Reduction Factors (ABRF’s) summarized in Table 2 based on the effective R-value of the subgrade.

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  • Mechanisms and processes affecting aggregate stability and ...

    The effect of the slaking process on K s reduction was more significant in the top- than sublayer soils. Soil swelling under SS wetting and leaching caused mainly by penetration of water molecules into capillary pores in the soil that increases the pores volumes, and

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  • Non-native plants and soil microbes: potential ...

    Non-native plants and soil microbes: potential contributors to the consistent reduction in soil aggregate stability caused by the disturbance of North American grasslands Jessica Duchicela1,2, Keith M. Vogelsang1, Peggy A. Schultz1, Wittaya Kaonongbua1, Elizabeth L. Middleton1 and James D. Bever1

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  • Topsoil organic carbon increases but its stability ...

    May 01, 2021 · Responses of soil and aggregate-associated organic carbon mineralization to throughfall reduction in a Pinus massoniana plantation Chin. J. Appl. Ecol. , 29 ( 2018 ) , pp. 1779 - 1786 View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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  • Chromium diffusion and reduction in soil aggregates ...

    Chromium diffusion and reduction in soil aggregates Tetsu K. Tokunaga, Jiamin Wan, Mary K. Firestone, Terry C. Hazen, Egbert Schwartz , Stephen R. Sutton, Matthew Newville Research output : Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review

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  • Impact of organic matter, iron oxides, alumina, silica and ...

    Jun 01, 2014 · Soil aggregate stability is affected by soil intrinsic factors as electrolyte concentration of the soil solution, types of exchangeable cations, sodium adsorption ratio, clay mineralogy, contents of carbonates, gypsum, organic matter, Fe and Al oxides. ... In this way, interaggregate pores are formed and the result is a general reduction in ...

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  • Chromium diffusion and reduction in soil aggregates ...

    Chromium diffusion and reduction in soil aggregates Tetsu K. Tokunaga, Jiamin Wan, Mary K. Firestone, Terry C. Hazen, Egbert Schwartz , Stephen R. Sutton, Matthew Newville Research output : Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review

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  • Reduction in throughfall reduces soil aggregate stability ...

    Request PDF | On Sep 1, 2018, Y. J. Yang and others published Reduction in throughfall reduces soil aggregate stability in two subtropical plantations | Find, read and cite all the research you ...

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  • Effect of reduction of aggregate size on the priming ...

    Apr 05, 2019 · Aggregate-size reduction did not affect the PE within soil management treatments regardless of substrate addition. Most of the CO 2 produced was derived from SOC rather than substrate addition and peaked at day 3. There was an interaction between microbial biomass C and dissolved organic C on the PE in the grassland soil only.

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  • Changes in soil aggregate stability and aggregate ...

    Dec 08, 2021 · Soil is the largest carbon pool whose change will have an impact on the terrestrial carbon cycle in the terrestrial ecosystem. Old-field succession on abandoned farmland, which usually has a noticeable effect on soil status, is a common phenomenon in karst valley where human activity alters frequently. In order to understand the changes in the accumulation of organic carbon (OC) in

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  • Soil aggregate stability - Wikipedia

    Soil aggregate stability is a measure of the ability of soil aggregates to resist degradation when exposed to external forces such as water erosion and wind erosion, shrinking and swelling processes, and tillage (Papadopoulos, 2011; USDA, 2008).Soil aggregate stability is a measure of soil structure (Six et al., 2000a) and can be impacted by soil management (Six et al., 1998

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  • Mechanisms and processes affecting aggregate stability and ...

    The effect of the slaking process on K s reduction was more significant in the top- than sublayer soils. Soil swelling under SS wetting and leaching caused mainly by penetration of water molecules into capillary pores in the soil that increases the pores volumes, and

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  • 17 Aggregate Stability and Size Dlstributlon'

    Large pores in the soil generally favor high infiltration rates, good tilth, and adequate aeration for plant growth. Immediately after culti-vation, most soils contain an abundance of these large pores. Their con-tinued existence in the soil depends on the stability of the aggregates. Erodibility of soils decreases as aggregate stability increases.

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  • Evaluation of Soil Aggregate Stability Based on Fractal ...

    The study started from the basic nature of the soil, soil erodibility simplified model parameters, rationalize over the chaos of a variety of indicators and carrying out research on surface soil structure on the mechanism of erosion, build soil erodibility and soil aggregate size distribution and the relationship between the stability of the model.

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  • Formation of aggregates by plant roots in homogenised soils

    The influence of root growth and water regime on the formation of aggregates was studied in modified minirhizotrons under controlled conditions. Two soils, a black earth (67% clay) and a red-brown earth (19% clay) were ground and forced through a 0.5 mm sieve. Ryegrass, pea and wheat were grown for fifteen wetting and drying (wd) cycles for 5 months. Another set of minirhizotrons was not ...

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  • Managing Soil Health: Concepts and Practices

    Jul 31, 2017 · Soil on the right is from an intensively tilled field, whereas soil on the left is from the grass sod adjacent to the same field. Pores in the soil are formed when soil particles clump together into a hierarchy of aggregates. Soil organisms play an important role in developing soil aggregates and improving aggregate stability.

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  • Calgary soil reclamation facility to eliminate tons of air ...

    Nov 05, 2021 · The reclaimed soil, sand, and aggregate building material can be reused in construction projects in the city. The company estimates this could potentially lead to big reductions in the environmental impact of Calgary’s construction industry.

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  • (PDF) Soil degradation mitigation in continental climate ...

    PDF | On Dec 6, 2021, Leon Josip Telak and others published Soil degradation mitigation in continental climate in young vineyards planted in Stagnosols** | Find, read and cite all the research you ...

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  • OXIDATION-REDUCTION REACTIONS

    And the lower limit is the reduction of proton (H+) to H2 2H+ + 2e- = H 2 Eho = 0 v These stability of water with respect to the oxidation of H2O to O2, and the reduction of H2O to H2, limits the range of electrode potentials and the oxidation states possible in soils and

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