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A Comparison of Spatial Variation on Anthropogenic Soils
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 Title & Authors
A Comparison of Spatial Variation on Anthropogenic Soils
Sonn, Yeon Kyu; Zhang, Yong Seon; Park, Chan Won; Moon, Yong Hee; Hyun, Byung Keun; Song, Kwan Cheol; Chun, Hyen Chung;
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 Abstract
In this study, spatial analyses of chemical properties were studied to find inter-relation among these properties from 5 year old general paddy field after arable land rearrangement and remodeled paddy field near 4 river project. In addition, comparison of spatial variations between two paddy fields was performed to characterize paddy fields by different formation and provide interpretation of these variations and parameters (Semivariogram and Kriging) from spatial analyses. Total of 400 () soil samples were taken at 5 m interval from 1 ha of 5 year old general paddy field and analyzed. Total number of 54 () soil samples were taken from remodeled paddy fields at 10m interval for the analyses. The results of pH, available Phosphate and organic matter among the analyzed results were used for interpretation. The pH values were relatively high from Gumi region. The values of available Phosphate and organic matter showed greater variant coefficients and this represented that there were greater heterogeneity in available phosphate and organic matter distributions across one paddy field. The values of skewness and kurtosis as absolute values, showed almost normal distributions. The paddy field in Ansung had available Phosphate (72.8) pH (73.8) and greater values of organic matter (159.3), while upland in Gumi had the range value of organic (6.5) < available Phosphate (33.5) < pH (46.6). Based on these results, younger soils (0 year old) require more sampling to characterize the whole field than 5 year old soils.
 Keywords
Spatial variation;Anthropogenic soils;Range;Nugget;Sill;
 Language
Korean
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