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Vol. 32, No. 8(2), S&M2292

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S&M2344 Research Paper of Special Issue

Use of Temperature Sensors in Testing Soil Humus Content in Saline Wetland in Response to Freeze–Thaw Cycles

Qian Liu, Jie Tang, Cheng-shuai He, and Christopher Chun Ki Chan

(Received April 22, 2020; Accepted August 18, 2020)

Keywords: humus carbon, fulvic acid, humic acid, humin, saline wetland, unfreezing

As a stable substance in soil organic matter, soil humus can not only change the physical and chemical properties of soil, such as soil fertility, air permeability, and adsorption, but also affect the number of microorganisms in the soil. Soil humus is an important indicator of soil fertility. The freeze–thaw effect is widely distributed in north and northeast China. Under the influence of alternate freeze–thaw cycles, a series of changes take place in the content of soil humus. In this paper, humus related components, such as humus carbon (HE), humic acid (HA), fulvic acid (FA), and humin (HM), were studied. The effect of freeze–thaw cycles on the soil fertility of saline wetland was investigated. Our paper provides data for the evaluation of soil nutrient status in saline wetland. In response to the environmental policy of controlling soil desertification, people should improve the control technology of soil desertification in saline wetland and implement sustainable development strategies.

Corresponding author: Jie Tang, Christopher Chun Ki Chan

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