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Polish Soil Classification, 6th edition – principles, classification scheme and correlations

Tytuł :
Polish Soil Classification, 6th edition – principles, classification scheme and correlations
Autorzy :
Kabała Cezary
Charzyński Przemysław
Chodorowski Jacek
Drewnik Marek
Glina Bartłomiej
Greinert Andrzej
Hulisz Piotr
Jankowski Michał
Jonczak Jerzy
Łabaz Beata
Łachacz Andrzej
Marzec Marian
Mendyk Łukasz
Musiał Przemysław
Musielok Łukasz
Smreczak Bożena
Sowiński Paweł
Świtoniak Marcin
Uzarowicz Łukasz
Waroszewski Jarosław
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Źródło :
Soil Science Annual, Vol 70, Iss 2, Pp 71-97 (2019)
Wydawca :
Sciendo, 2019.
Rok publikacji :
2019
Kolekcja :
LCC:Biology (General)
Temat :
soil classification
soil order
soil type
soil origin
world reference base
soil taxonomy
Biology (General)
QH301-705.5
Typ dokumentu :
article
Opis pliku :
electronic resource
Język :
English
Polish
ISSN :
2300-4975
Relacje :
http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/ssa.2019.70.issue-2/ssa-2019-0009/ssa-2019-0009.xml?format=INT; https://doaj.org/toc/2300-4975
DOI :
10.2478/ssa-2019-0009
Dostęp URL :
https://doaj.org/article/f1bd16e1a5654bfb8e99710acd6bc7a3
Prawa :
Journal Licence: CC BY-NC-ND
Numer akcesji :
edsdoj.f1bd16e1a5654bfb8e99710acd6bc7a3
Czasopismo naukowe
The sixth edition of the Polish Soil Classification (SGP6) aims to maintain soil classification in Poland as a modern scientific system that reflects current scientific knowledge, understanding of soil functions and the practical requirements of society. SGP6 continues the tradition of previous editions elaborated upon by the Soil Science Society of Poland in consistent application of quantitatively characterized diagnostic horizons, properties and materials; however, clearly referring to soil genesis. The present need to involve and name the soils created or naturally developed under increasing human impact has led to modernization of the soil definition. Thus, in SGP6, soil is defined as the surface part of the lithosphere or the accumulation of mineral and organic materials permanently connected to the lithosphere (through buildings or permanent constructions), coming from weathering or accumulation processes, originated naturally or anthropogenically, subject to transformation under the influence of soil-forming factors, and able to supply living organisms with water and nutrients. SGP6 distinguishes three hierarchical categories: soil order (nine in total), soil type (basic classification unit; 30 in total) and soil subtype (183 units derived from 62 unique definitions; listed hierarchically, separately in each soil type), supplemented by three non-hierarchical categories: soil variety (additional pedogenic or lithogenic features), soil genus (lithology/parent material) and soil species (soil texture). Non-hierarchical units have universal definitions that allow their application in various orders/types, if all defined requirements are met. The paper explains the principles, classification scheme and rules of SGP6, including the key to soil orders and types, explaining the relationships between diagnostic horizons, materials and properties distinguished in SGP6 and in the recent edition of WRB system as well as discussing the correlation of classification units between SGP6, WRB and Soil Taxonomy.

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