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Soil properties of barrier island habitats in the Nakdong river estuary
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  • Journal title : Journal of Wetlands Research
  • Volume 16, Issue 3,  2014, pp.355-362
  • Publisher : Korean Wetlands Society
  • DOI : 10.17663/JWR.2014.16.3.355
 Title & Authors
Soil properties of barrier island habitats in the Nakdong river estuary
Yi, Yong Min; Yeo, Un Sang; Sung, Kijune;
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 Abstract
Changes of soil properties due to sedimentation and erosion in the river estuary may lead changes in environmental factors that affect plant growth and distribution, Then habitats in the river estuary that provide various ecological functions can also be influenced. Topsoil samples were analyzed in order to understand the soil properties of important barrier islands and habitat types in the Nakdong river estuary. The samples were obtained from Phragmites communis and Scirpus planiculmis habitats, the tidal flats in the southern area of Eulsukdo, and in Mangeummerydeung, Baekhapdeung, and Doyodeung. Analyses results showed that bulk density, pH, organic matter content and total nitrogen concentration which were directly or indirectly affected by vegetation showed significant difference (p<0.05) with habitat types but no differences in water content and oxidation reduction potential which could be affected by soil texture and showed significant difference among barrier islands. Results suggested that soil properties on barrier islands in the Nakdong river estuary were influenced first by geomorphic changes due to sedimentation and erosion, and then by the presence or type of vegetation. A range of physical and chemical properties were analyzed; soil water content and bulk density (physical properties), and organic content and pH (chemical properties) were correlated with seven other soil properties, at a level of significance higher than 90%. These aspects played an important role in determining overall soil properties in the studied area.
 Keywords
enzyme activity;Physicochemical properties;Oxidation reduction potential;correlation;
 Language
Korean
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