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Relationship between Chemical Property and Microbial Activity of Reclaimed Tidal Lands at Western Coast Area in Korea
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Relationship between Chemical Property and Microbial Activity of Reclaimed Tidal Lands at Western Coast Area in Korea
Ko, Eun-Seong; Joung, Ji-An; Kim, Chang-Hwan; Lee, Su Hwan; Sa, Tongmin; Choi, Joon-Ho;
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 Abstract
The scientific information between microbial activities and chemical properties of reclaimed tidal soil is not enough to apply for reclamation projects. This study was conducted to investigate the relation between chemical properties and microbial activities of reclaimed tidal lands located at western coastal area (25 samples from Nampo, Ewon, Sukmoon and Shihwa sites). Most of the reclaimed soils showed chemical characteristics as salinity soil except Nampo site. The major component influenced the salinity of reclaimed soil was identified as a sodium from the relationship between EC and exchangeable cation. With an increase in EC of soil, the population of mesophilic bacteria decreases whereas halotolerant and halophilic bacteria increases. The population of mesophilic bacteria increased with an increase in both organic matter and dehydrogenase activity. However, the population of halotolerant and halophilic bacteria decreased with an increase in organic matter. Based on the relation between chemical property and microbial activity of reclaimed tidal soil, electrical conductivity and organic matter as chemical properties of soil, population of mesophilic bacteria, halotolerant and halophilic bacteria and dehydrogenase activity as microbial activities could be the major parameters for reclamation process.
 Keywords
Electrical conductivity;Microbial distribution;Halotolerant and halophilic bacteria;
 Language
Korean
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