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Effect of Chemical Amendments on Soil Biological Quality in Heavy Metal Contaminated Agricultural Field
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Effect of Chemical Amendments on Soil Biological Quality in Heavy Metal Contaminated Agricultural Field
Kim, Yoo Chul; Hong, Young Kyu; Oh, Se Jin; Oh, Seung Min; Ji, Won Hyun; Yang, Jae E.; Kim, Sung Chul;
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 Abstract
Heavy metal pollution has been a critical problem in agricultural field near at the abandoned metal mines and chemical amendments are applied for remediation purpose. However, biological activity can be changed depending on chemical amendments affecting crop productivity. Main purpose of this research was to evaluate biological parameters after applying chemical amendments in heavy metal polluted agricultural field. Result showed that soil respiration (SR) and microbial biomass carbon (MBC) were changed after chemical amendments were applied. Among three different amendments, lime stone (LS), steel slag (SS), and acid mine drainage sludge(AMDS), AMDS had an effect to increase SR in paddy soil. Comparing to control (), average of 30% increased SR was observed. In terms of MBC, SS had an increased effect in paddy soil. However, no significant difference of SR and MBC was observed in upland soil after chemical amendment application. Overall, SR can be used as an indicator of heavy metal remediation in paddy soil.
 Keywords
Heavy metals;Soil respiration;Microbial biomass carbon;Biological activity;
 Language
Korean
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