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Classification of Anthropogenic Soil "Ingwan" Series
Sonn, Yeon-Kyu; Cho, Hyun-Jun; Hyun, Byung-Keun; Shin, Kook-Sik;
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 Abstract
Korean soil classification system is based on the US soil taxonomy. This study aimed to understand and inform the soil taxonomy of 2010 and 2014 US soil classification systems. Ingwan series belonged to anthropogenic soil was classified to coarse loamy over sandy, mixed, mesic family of Aquic Udorthents based on the soil taxonomy of 2010 and coarse loamy over sandy, mixed, mesic family of Anthroportic Udorthents based on the soil taxonomy of 2014. An anthropogenic soil is increasing in Korea. Considering the domestic relationship depending on US soil taxonomy, it is important to be well-informed of the taxonomy and apply the updated taxonomy system properly to the domestic soil classification. This study of defining the anthropogenic soil will provide useful information on soil management and its utilization.
 Keywords
Soil Taxonomy;Anthropogenic soil;Soil classification;
 Language
Korean
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