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  • Malarg
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    (). Mapping soil degradation using remote sensing data and ancillary data: South-East Moravia, Czech Republic. European Journal of Remote Sensing: Vol. 52, 37th EARSeL Symposium: Smart Future with Remote Sensing, pp. Missing: Chernozem.
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  • Vudolkree
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    cher·no·zem (chĕr′nə-zĕm′, chîr′nə-zyôm′) n. A very black topsoil, rich in humus, typical of cool to temperate semiarid regions such as the grasslands of Ukraine and southern Russia. [Russian chernozëm: chërnyĭ, black + Old Russian zemĭ, earth; see dhghem- in Indo-European roots.] cher′no·zem′ic adj. chernozem.
  • Moogugul
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    a soil common in cool or temperate semiarid climates, very black and rich in humus and carbonates.
  • Vutaur
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    Chernozems (from the Russian words for “black earth”) are humus -rich grassland soils used extensively for growing cereals or for raising livestock. They are found in the middle latitudes of both hemispheres, in zones commonly termed prairie in North America, pampa in Argentina, and steppe in Asia or in eastern Europe.
  • Fesida
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    any of a group of dark-colored zonal soils with a deep rich humus horizon found in regions (such as the grasslands of central North America) of temperate to cool climate Other Words from chernozem.
  • Kigazilkree
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    Apr 05,  · What is Chernozem? Chernozem is a type of fertile black soil containing a very high percentage of humus. The humus percentage ranges from the 4% to 16% of its total content.
  • Fenrik
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    10 sentence examples: 1. This thesis studied ecological effect of high ridge chernozem by control test of corn continuous cropping. 2. The structure of leaves was a transition type between that typical of chernozem soil and that of saline-alkali soil.
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