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GONDEK, K. -- MIERZWA HERSZTEK, M. -- KOPEĆ, M. -- LOŠÁK, T. -- BENNEWITZ, E V. -- SPANDEL, A. -- KUC, K. The effectiveness of biochar in mitigating changes in the chemical properties of sandy soil treated with various chemicals. Journal of Elementology. 2020. v. 25, no. 3, p. 1045--1058. ISSN 1644-2296. URL: http://jsite.uwm.edu.pl/articles/view/1941/

Original name:
The effectiveness of biochar in mitigating changes in the chemical properties of sandy soil treated with various chemicals
Czech name:
Written by (author):
Krzysztof Gondek
Monika Mierzwa Hersztek
Michal Kopeć
prof. Ing. Tomáš Lošák, Ph.D.
Eduardo von Bennewitz
Artur Spandel
Klaudiusz Kuc
Department: Department of Environmentalistics and Natural Resources
Kind of publication:
article in a professional periodical
Periodical: Journal of Elementology
Nature of article:
original thesis
Volume no. (year):
25
Periodical number within the volume:
3
Year of publication:
2020
Starting page:
1045
Up to page: 1058
Number of pages:
14
Sub-specification:
článek je obsažen v databázi Web of Science
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Form of publication: electronic version (online)
Original language:
English
Description in original language:
The progressive degradation of soils is a recently increasing environmental problem. The risk of soil degradation may be associated, for example, with landslides, flooding, soil erosion. However, these are relatively rare phenomena compared to the risk of chemical degradation caused by human activity. Given the limited research on the positive effect of miscanthus biochar on soil properties, a study was carried out aimed at determining changes in pH, electrical conductivity, sorption properties, and mobility of selected heavy metals in sandy soil treated with various chemicals. Biochar used in the study was produced at C. The addition of biochar to soil generally increased the pH value, regardless of the type of chemical degradation. The study revealed a decrease in the hydrolytic acidity value and, at the same time, no significant changes in the content of alkaline cations and sorption capacity of the biochar-treated soil. The best effect on reducing the mobility of trace elements was achieved by adding biochar to the soil supplemented with acidifying substances. Bearing in mind the current agricultural and environmental problems, there is a need to increase the effectiveness of biochar and to direct its action to improve specific soil properties.
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Key words:
czech: alkalizace, salinita, půda, biouhel, acidifikace
english: acidification, biochar, alkalisation, soil, salinity
Field of result:
Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries
Soil science
Year of submission:
2020
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Used in projects: Non-project research (use: RIV)
URL: http://jsite.uwm.edu.pl/articles/view/1941/
 
Entry made by:
prof. Ing. Tomáš Lošák, Ph.D.
Last change: 07/20/2020 10:56 (prof. Ing. Tomáš Lošák, Ph.D.)

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Journal of Elementology. ISSN 1644-2296.

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Journal of Elementology
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Kind of publication: magazine
ISSN: 1644-2296
Country of publisher:
Republic of Poland
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Publisher:
Polskie Towarzystwo Magnezologiczne
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Original language:
English
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