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Paleopedological approach to evaluation of soil response to anthropogenic global warming


Eurasian Soil Science 29(1): 42-47
Paleopedological approach to evaluation of soil response to anthropogenic global warming
Buried soils contain information which may be used to forecast soil changes related to global climate warming. Average global warming by 0.8-1 degrees C corresponds to the Holocene thermic optimum (5500-6000 years ago) and warming by 1.8-2.0 degrees C corresponds to the last Mikulino interglacial optimum (125 000 years ago). The reconstructions are regarded only as an element of the forecast.

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