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Determining Soil Quality of Heavy Metal Contaminated Agricultural Field in Korea
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Determining Soil Quality of Heavy Metal Contaminated Agricultural Field in Korea
Kim, Ju Hee; Chung, Doug Young; Oh, Se Jin; Kim, Rog Young; Yang, Jae E.; Park, Gwan In; Lee, Jin Soo; Kim, Sung Chul;
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 Abstract
Heavy metal pollution in agricultural field has been a critical issue in worldwide. For this reason, remediation technologies for heavy metal polluted soil are applied especially near at the abandoned metal mine. Soil quality analysis is also an important factor for proper management in heavy metal polluted agricultural field. In this study, scoring function was utilized to evaluate soil quality in heavy metal polluted agricultural field. Among other soil properties, bulk density, soil pH, EC, -N, -N, and cation exchange capacity (CEC) were determined for minimum data set (MDS) with principal component analysis. Result showed that both upland and paddy soil contaminated with heavy metal were not suitable for crop growth except scoring of soil pH for paddy soil and CEC for upland soil. This result might indicate that chemical stabilization technology with chemical amendment could be adapted for remediation method for heavy metal polluted agiclutural field not only for heavy metal immobilization but also enhancement of soil condition for crop growth.
 Keywords
Heavy metal;Agricultural field;Soil quality;Scoring function;Remediation;
 Language
Korean
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