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Seasonal variability of mineral nitrogen in groundwater of hydrogenic soils
Wydanie: 4 / 2010
Otrzymano: Brak danych
Zaakceptowano: Brak danych
Opublikowano online: 2012-03-18
Kategorie: Agricultural , Pollution and environment
Agricultural use of land on hydrogenic soils is associated with lowering the groundwater level, which intensifies the processes of organic matter mineralisation and, in effect, releases large amounts of mineral nitrogen. The aim of the study was to determine the seasonal variability of the concentrations of nitrogen mineral compounds (N-NO2, N-NO3 and N-NH4) in groundwater under extensively managed peat-muck soils, situated in Wrocikowo in the Olsztyn Lakeland and in the Dymerskie Meadows in the Mr&gowo Lakeland. Peat-muck soil, found at the study sites, had varied physical properties. The highest content of mineral particles (69.3%) in the muck layer was found in soil marked as MtI 120gy under turf-covered wasteland, and in the peat layer (51.5%) - in soil marked as MtII 60gy under extensively managed meadow. Groundwater taken from piezometers installed in hydrogenic soils was used as the study material. Water for chemical determinations was taken during four seasons: spring - in May, summer - in August, autumn - in November and winter - in January. The concentration of mineral forms of nitrogen in groundwater of peat-muck soil was found to depend on its type, the depth where the groundwater was found and the type of soil use. The highest concentration of mineral nitrogen was found in summer (1.62 mg dm-3 on average), and the lowest (1.11 mg dm-3 on average) was found in winter. The concentration of mineral nitrogen in groundwater of extensively managed peat-muck soil ranged from 0.81 to 2.27 mg dm-3 and was found to be dependent on the type of soil rather than its use. Lowering the level of groundwater in peat-muck soil increases the concentration of mineral forms of nitrogen, especially N-NH4. Ammonium nitrogen was the dominant form of nitrogen in the groundwater of peat-muck soil (MtII 60gy and MtI 120gy) of non-managed and extensively managed meadows, whereas nitrate nitrogen was the dominant form of the element in the MtIc 35gy soil under the meadow and the MtII bb under the pasture.
Szymczyk S., Pawluczuk J., Stępień A. 2010. Seasonal variability of mineral nitrogen in groundwater of hydrogenic soils. J. Elem. 15(4): 713-723.
Słowa kluczowe:mineral nitrogen, groundwater, meadow, pasture, biogenic substances, peat- muck soil