Biological Activity in Modern and Buried Soils of the Historical Center of St. Petersburg
作者: A. V. RusakovV. V. Novikov
作者单位: 1Department of Soil Ecology and Soil Science, Faculty of Biology and Soil Science, St. Petersburg State University
2Department of Soil Biology, Faculty of Soil Science, Moscow State University
刊名: Microbiology, 2003, Vol.72 (1), pp.103-109
来源数据库: Springer Journal
DOI: 10.1023/A:1022242509992
关键词: urbanozemurban soilsburied soilsbiomassrespiration ratemethane formationdenitrificationnitrogen fixation
英文摘要: Abstract(#br)Biological activity in the urban modern and medieval soils of St. Petersburg was determined using soil samples taken from sections located at the historical center of this city nearby the Kazan Cathedral and the Twelve Colleges building (now the main building of St. Petersburg State University) and on the site where the Swedish fortress Nienshants formerly existed. The studied parameters of biological activity included the rate of microbial transformation of organic matter under aerobic and anaerobic conditions, the intensity of denitrification and nitrogen fixation, and the amount of microbial biomass. This investigation is the first attempt to comparatively study modern urban anthropogenically impacted soils and buried soils that had formed the soil cover of this region...
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