Madrau, Salvatore and Zucca, Claudio and Fiori, Valeria and Akça, Erhan and Kapur, Selim and Aksit, Ihsan (2012) Polygenetic evolution and bioturbation: micromorphological study of a Terra Rossa soil in a traditional olive crop (Sardinia, Italy). In: Soil science for the benefit of mankind and environment: Eurosoil 2012: 4. International congress of the European Soil Science Societies: Book of abstracts, 2-6 July, 2012, Bari, Italy. [S.l.], [European Confederation of Soil Science Societies]. p. 1937. Conference or Workshop Item.
The origin of Mediterranean red soils has been the subject of numerous studies. Complex genetic processes, and massive inputs of allochtonous materials such as wind-blown Saharan dust and volcanic ashes, have been advocated to interpret their genesis. The present study was carried out in a traditional olive grove nearby Sassari (Sardinia, Italy), where the land use remained unchanged for the last 150 years, on Terra Rossa developed on Miocene marine limestone.
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