Soils of Archeological Landscape Sorokino 1 (Orel Oblast): Reconstruction of Natural Changes and Anthropogenic Transformation of the Environment
作者: Yu. G. ChendevA. A. GolyevaA. V. DolgikhS. V. UvarkinA. N. GolotvinV. G. BelevantsevV. A. SarapulkinD. I. Dudin
作者单位: 1Belgorod National Research University
2Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences
3Research and Production Association “Chernozem’e”
4Archeological Park Argamach, Argamach-Pal’na
刊名: Eurasian Soil Science, 2019, Vol.52 (6), pp.619-631
来源数据库: Springer Nature Journal
DOI: 10.1134/S106422931906005X
关键词: Central Russian UplandAncient Russian settlementsPaleosolsAnthropogenic evolution of soilsChernozemsPhaeozemsLuvisols
英文摘要: Abstract(#br)Soil-archeological studies were performed in the area of the ancient Russian settlement Sorokino 1 dating back to the 13th century AD and located in the upper reaches of the Orlik River (Khotynets district, Orel oblast) within the natural zone of deciduous forests. Morphological, physical, and chemical properties of soils associated with the archeological monument and with the background area under the forest were analyzed. Phytolith spectra and the radiocarbon age of soil organic matter were determined in the paleosols of the archeological monument and in the background surface soils. A comparative analysis of the soil features—indicators of the environment—allowed us to determine and characterize the main stages of the formation of soils and landscapes under the influence...
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