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Paleopedological approach to evaluation of soil response to anthropogenic global warming


, : Paleopedological approach to evaluation of soil response to anthropogenic global warming. Eurasian Soil Science 29(1): 42-47

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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