Inna Saranenko

Inna Saranenko
Kherson State University · Department of Ecology and Geography

Doctor of Philosophy

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The aim of this work – determination of soil-transforming role of fine-leaved linden fall in forest plantations on dark-chestnut soil. Research materials and methods. Dark-chestnut soil was chosen as an object of our research. For making the comparative analysis, indices of soil properties were determined in forest plantations of fine-leaved lind...
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On the territory of the steppe zone of Ukraine using GPS and leveling set the coordinates of the vertices, the configuration of borders, height, length, width 400 of cutbanks, gullies and ravines are established. Content of iron in the layer of 0–50 cm is determined. Obtained data is imported into QuantumGis and plotted on the map of the tilled soi...
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In a present article the results of land fund investigation of Vasylivka Rural Counsil in Onufriivka region of Kirovohrada oblast in Ukraine and agricultural lands productivity monitoring of land use entity Limited Liability Company "Maryivske" are given. It was established that lands are low-yielding (2.5 Mg ha-1 of crops and leguminous plants) an...
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Influence of fertilizers application on the change of indexes of soil quality is studied. As a result of experiment for a period of 2005–2009 we established that the productivity of agricultural plants is multiplied under applying chemical matter in soil. The mobile forms of microelements are accumulated; indexes stipulating exchange processes in...
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Natural soil cover has been removed or changed by overconsolidation and agitation of almost all layers of the soil profile at the most part of the technozone of Kremenchuk town. The content of anthropogenic inclusions makes up 25-50 %. On the basis of obtained data and using classification of urban soils the subtypes of existing soils are represent...

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