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Issue 7 (4) 2008 pp. 13–20

Sławomir Klatka, Krzysztof Boroń

MODELLING SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF SOIL TEXTURE IN AREAS SUBJECT TO MINING DEGRADATION

Keywords: spatial variability, soil properties, soil degradation, kriging
Abstract: The geomechanical and hydrological degradation due to the underground mining of hard coal causes deformations to lands used for nature-related purposes (agriculture, forestry, etc.) and a high variability of soil properties. The present study analysed the spatial variability of soil texture in the layer 0–25 cm in a chosen post-mining area by use of the kriging method. The empirical semivariograms obtained for sand and clay fractions were smoothed with a spherical model. The analyses performed made it possible to draw maps showing fraction content isolines, displaying the spatial variability of soil texture, which can provide a basis for delineating the areas most prone to the hydrological degradation of soils.
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MLA Klatka, Sławomir, and Krzysztof Boroń. "MODELLING SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF SOIL TEXTURE IN AREAS SUBJECT TO MINING DEGRADATION." Acta Sci.Pol. Form. Cir. 7.4 (2008): 13–20.
APA (2008). . Acta Sci.Pol. Form. Cir. 7 (4), 13–20
ISO 690 KLATKA, Sławomir, BOROń, Krzysztof. MODELLING SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF SOIL TEXTURE IN AREAS SUBJECT TO MINING DEGRADATION. Acta Sci.Pol. Form. Cir., 2008, 7.4: 13–20.
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