Record details

Title
    Evolution of minesoils at a coal waste pile: A case study from Rosice-Oslavany (Czech Republic)
Author
    Faimon, Jiří
    Ivanov, Martin
    Jarmara, Petr
    Pešák, Lubomír
Language
    anglicky
Publication type
    článek v periodiku
Source title - serial
    Studia universitatis Babeş-Bolyai : geologia
Vol./nr.
    Roč. 54, č. 1
Pages
    4
Year
    2009
Thesaurus term
    coal waste pile
    Czech Republic
    humification
    soil development
Keyword
    Case
    Coal
    Czech
    Evolution
    Minesoils
    Pile
    Republic
    Rosice-Oslavany
    Study
    Waste
Abstract (in english)
   Mine soil development at abandoned coal waste pile (Kukla-Václav Nosek mine, Oslavany) represents a possibility to study initial stages of pedogenetic process. Seven soil profiles were uncovered by digging pits at the base and on the slopes and top of the waste pile. Several conclusions concerning soil development at waste pile are possible on the basis of soil profiles description and basic chemistry: 1. Intensive humification was the main pedogenetic process in the initial stages of mine soil evolution at the Kukla waste pile. There is no translocation of clay minerals even in the soil profiles evolving for about 60 years; 2. The youngest soil situated on the top of the waste pile has the most stable granular aggregates. The stability of aggregates corresponds to the increased representation of the total organic matter; 3. Humus quality of the present topsoils in the Kukla waste pile is substantially influenced by the biological recultivation.
Contributor
    MU Brno, Přírodovědecká fakulta
Contributor code
    MU, PřF
Source format
    R
Import date
    8. 8. 2012