Yuriy Dmytruk

Yuriy Dmytruk
Chernivtsi National University · soil science

Doctor of science

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September 2011 - March 2018
Chernivtsi National University
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January 1989 - present
Chernivtsi National University
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  • Professor (Full)

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Soil maps in Ukraine need to be updated as a matter of urgency. They are now more than 30 years old, many are 60 years old. The original mapping was undertaken for other purposes than today’s, and the soils have changed. Apart from all this, systematic errors have been introduced by digitization, geodesic rectification and the attribution of soil c...
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Dokuchaev carried out most of his research in Ukraine. His student and friend, Volodymyr Vernadsky, went on to create trans-disciplinary environmental sciences and the concept of Earth as a living organism, famously taken up by James Lovelock. That spring of ideas still flows and the researches captured in this volume are relevant to present-day pr...
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The aim of the study was to identify the impact of digital elevation models of different origins on the qualitative characteristics of forecast maps of soil cover or cartograms of agro-production soil groups using predictive modeling technologies. The current situation with large-scale soil cartographic data in Ukraine is analyzed and it is shown t...
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For a long time, scientists are researching the soil organic matter (SOM) and soil organic Carbon (SOC). But their relevance does not diminish because there are importance for scientists as to form databases for simulation and forecast as use the latest research methods. It is proved that for the verified forecasting and modeling of Carbon cycle...
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Knowing the spatial distribution of individual soil taxonomic units is a key factor in man-aging efficient land use not only for agriculture but also for forestry. The use of a comprehensive soil surveys held in past decades and based on fieldwork created the basis for the initial spatial representation of the soil fund structure. However, the spat...
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The intensity of transformation of the Biosphere components in recent decades suggests a fundamental change in natural process and trends by anthropogenic, which allowed scientists to select Anthroposphere. The Anthroposphere formed in the time stage, called the Anthropocene. Human health and environmental health must be assessed keeping in mind th...
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The organization of monitoring in most countries involves the activities of a number of organizations, and therefore minimizing the costs of its implementation by introducing the latest methods of sampling in contaminated zones or soils or other natural formations due to man-made substances is an urgent and necessary task. Soils are the interface o...
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An analysis of the current state of cartographic information about soil cover of Ukraine shows that there are a number of significant problems. This relates to three basic points: their availability and accessibility, rel-evance and accuracy. In particular, large areas of the territory have not yet created large-scale soil maps, espe-cially in the...
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The use of resampling of classical orthogonal digital elevation models in hexagonal with a method based on hyperpel and calculate the values of the resulting cells with formulas weighted arithmetic, geometric and harmonic gives quite pleasing results. Statistical analysis shows that the resulting hexagonal and the original digital elevation models...
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The main goal of the mathematical experiment was to compare the accuracy of the construction of predicative maps, depending on the type of input data, in particular the soil map and the complete or abbreviated (without definitions by composition of grain size) variants of the cartograms of agro-industrial soil groups. The tasks were solved: by buil...
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Modelling enables various sources of information to be integrated in a GIS. But actuality requires a methodology that can compare existing soils and ground cover information with natural descriptions of the land surface, identify errors, specify the limits of scale and definition, determine the effects of erosive processes and, finally, assemble a...
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This book discusses gritty issues that society faces every day: food and water security, environmental services provided by farmers, almost accidentally, and taken for granted by everyone else, the capability of the land to provide our needs today and for the foreseeable future and pollution of soil, air and water. The chapters are grouped in four...
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A preliminary geochemical examination of materials from the archaeological sequence at Medzhibozh A reveals evidence of the use of fire. Irregular, dark ochre, ashy circles that look like the remains of hearths were unearthed in 2012 and 2013 in the uppermost artifact-bearing layer associated with episode zv-1 of the Zavadovka stratigraphic layer (...
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Soil saturation index and its calculating are demonstrating multicollinear correlations between ecological-geochemical soil state and environmental circumstances. There are wood ecosystems on the research area with Phaeozem, Luvisol, Retisol and Fluvisol. We have also studied the buried soil. Their burials occurred as a result of natural processes...
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The point is that investigation of geochemistry and behavior of Lithium in Ukraine's soils is been rather exceptional. We have analyzed the content of Lithium in soils: modern and buried under the ramparts of various ages. The research territory includes Prut-Dniester and Prut-Siret interfluvial. Most often there are Phaeozems (Luvic Phaeozem, or M...
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Content of Guidebook: Geological and geomorphologic describe of region is responsible State geological map of Ukraine, 1:200000 (Authors – V.O.Vashenko, T.L.Jevtushenko) General description of the region and characteristic of natural factors pedogenesis by Y.M.Dmytruk Morphological describe and samples by V.A.Nikorych Geomorphological analysis and...
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1 2 Y.M. Dmytruk , V.B. Gavrilyuk 1 Y.Fed’kovich Chernivtsi national university (yuri.dmy@gmail.com) 2 Khmelnitsky center of Soil protect Institute Our aim was to determine changes of individual soil parameters for the 1000 BP in relevant environmental and landscape conditions based on the study of buried and background (modern) soils in p...
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A study of pedochronocatenas which include soils of archaeological sites is a reliable approach to reconstruct environmental changes since the time of the settlements existence. The studied pedochronocatenas include: 1) soils buried under ancient earth ramparts, 2) soils formed on the surface of these ramparts, and 3) natural undisturbed soils loca...
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Disaster floods on the Carpathian rivers and surrounding areas as a result of radial and lateral erosion have predetermined to significant changes in geomorphological levels: the rivers bottom in some areas deepened to 100 cm or more, the coastline has shifted to 15–20 m, landslide processes first of all on the shores was invigorated. Due to the...
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The objective of the article was to determine the effectiveness of lime of different origin for chemical amelioration of soils and examine its impact on soil functions such as productivity, habitat, regulation of water quality, and the protective buffer biogeocenotic screen. Limy ameliorants were applied in small local field experiment on Luvic Che...
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The Storozheve earth rampart displays three soils: the topmost on the surface of the bank, the Cossack soil formed in loess deposited about 18,000 years ago and buried by the building of the bank 350 years ago, and the initial soil in loess. The initial soil is depleted in heavy metals and exhibits silt redistribution, reflecting cool, wet conditio...
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A study of the possibility of using plastic relief map in processing large-scale mapping of soil cover. The prospects of integration this method in the system of urban land use and determining of the land value are researching
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FEATURES OF THE SOILS OF NATIONAL NATURAL PARK “CHEREMOS’KYJ” Y. M. Dmytruk, A. V. Yuzyk, T. M. Dumans’ka, C. B. Slobodyan First time for the National Natural Park “Cheremos’kyj” parameters of soil that prevail in the structure of soil cover have obtained. We detected that their features are the high content of humus and low acidity, compare with o...
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It has been demonstrated that topical problems of urban ecosystems (operational management, land use, pollution, etc.) in modern conditions can be solved through innovative methods, first-priority among those being various kinds of modeling. The relief digital model of Chernivtsi city urbolandscape has been designed for the first time with 1 m reso...
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Many studies have dedicated to the study of behavior of trace elements in soils. Evaluation of their content needs a great of work to establish the background content. Because it can not be the same for any territory and is a strictly regional. So is necessary to continue such research. For soils of agroecosystems we propose a new algorithm of eval...
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The Storozheve earth rampart displays three soils: the topmost on the surface of the bank, the Cossack soil formed in loess deposited about 18 000 years ago and buried by the building of the bank 350 years ago, and the initial soil in loess. The initial soil is depleted in heavy metals and exhibits silt redistribution, reflecting cool, wet conditio...
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Rates of pedogenesis and their changes over the results of analysis soils of early Slavic settlements areas (West Ukraine) Evolution and features of development of soils, which are confined to soil chronocatena of earthen ramparts of early Slavic epoch (YIII-X century AD) was investigated. Study area encompasses ecosystem of Precarpathians (region...
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We have established the species composition, structure and systematic environmental spectra algae of different ages soils: background and buried under the earth ramparts. We found that algal community of buried of different ages soils are close but the range of algae of modern gray forest soil is significantly different from that of the buried soil...
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Soils wich are buried under archaeological monuments are peculiar paleoarhivy that containing information about the natural conditions of different stages of pedogenesis. In the buried soils are also saved biomorphs which are the remnants of ancient vegetation, including algae. The main features of the different algal groups of edaphotopes closely...
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The indexes of humus fractional-group composition of buried soils (typical chernozem and brownish-podzolic gleyed soil) are given and the progress of they pedoformation are characterized.
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The necessity of the mesoscale global terrain models use for the soil cover mapping preparatory phase optimization by providing some additional morphometric characteristics. The ways and means of the maps quality improving by the extraction of the geomorphic parameters.
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Y. M. Dmytruk, S. V. Pivovarov, T. I. Tsvyk Chernivtsi Yu. Fedkovych National University EVALUATION OF CONTENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF MOBILE PHOSPHORUS IN SOILS OF AREAS OF EARLY (1100–900 AD) SETTLEMENTS The content and profile distribution of mobile phosphorus in soils in the early settlements of the Slavs (1100–900 AD) were analyzed. Formation of s...
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Opportunities use of landform pattern models and morphodynamic analysis of land have studied for management and planning. First results confirm the broad possibilities to improvement of land use, including - in settlements
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In the present article a new approach to the developing of biogeochemical classification is proposed. Such a new type of classification suppose to use a progressive approach, taking into account both the ecological and the biogeochemical functions of the top-soil in biosphere. At the heart of such a scientific method is an estimation of the ecologi...
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http://www.ussj.cv.ua/2005_t6_1-2/Dmitruk_i-dr_53-61.pdf For not infringed anthropogenous of territory of East Carpathians – Gorgany is placed: a background content of separate heavy metals in soils; features of their allocation under the profile brown soil wood and bows vegetative association; a direction and intensity streams of migration.
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It is stated, that the background content of nickel in soils of Pokutsko-Bucovinsky Carpathians, which is determined by structure of lithology, soil forming of breeds, geomorphological conditions and structure of vegetation, is reduced in comparison with Clarke. The maximum of the content of nickel is on deep brown soils of eluvial-accumulation of...

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What are the causes of increased Nitrogen accumulation in the soil (on the floodplain) under the plantations: 1) Robinia pseudoacacia (6347 kg/ha) and 2) Salix alba (5210 kg/ha) ?
The data presented in the thesis O.Buzhdugan (2019)
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Which part consist amount soils water-soluble carbon and labile carbon of organic carbon ? of total carbon of soils ?
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How can measure quality of soil water directly in the field ?
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What method of preparation soil samples for the Near-infrared spectral reflectance measurement is considered optimal ?
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Let me please know, Is a free access to the database of SOIL SPECTRAL LIBRARY ? And which methods are better for correlation between parameters of soils from spectral library and soils that are't included to the specified library ?
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How are effective methods to fill up biochar in soil: 1)on surface; 2) in 0-10 cm; 3)in 0-20 cm 4)other for different cultures plants (cereal, maize, soybean, potato) and vegetables?
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Dear collegues
In my opinion, Evaluating of the resources of cultural landscapes is not possible without assess of quality of soil cover. Because soil is the interface of all of real flows and cycles under anthropogenic impact. It very interesting which evaluation method (regarding soil) did you choose ?
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SOM in paleosol and in burried soil have been the physical and chemical changes occurring in time. Which are capabilities of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy for assess the time dynamic of organic matter (other parameters of soil) during process of diagenesis ?

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Projects (2)
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The project is aimed at obtaining data on the time, circumstances and conditions of the initial human colonization of the territory of modern Ukraine. The subject of the study constitute Lower Paleolithic sites in the totality of evidences of human activities and data that enable reconstruction of the past environments.
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The aim of our project is to analysing the chemical composition (P, K, S, Mn, Zn, Cu, Ni, Cr, Li) of buried different ages soils and their modern analogues under climate change for assess the dynamics of soil properties and prediction of their evolution. Research object - ecological-geochemical status of soil as an indicator of climate change.