Repeated application of organic waste affects soil organic matter composition: Evidence from thermal analysis, FTIR-PAS, amino sugars and lignin biomarkers

Volume: 104, Pages: 117 - 127
Published: Jan 1, 2017
Abstract
Land application of organic waste is an important alternative to landfilling and incineration because it helps restore soil fertility and has environmental and agronomic benefits. These benefits may be related to the biochemical composition of the waste, which can result in the accumulation of different types of carbon compounds in soil. The objective of this study was to identify and characterise changes in soil organic matter (SOM) composition...
Paper Details
Title
Repeated application of organic waste affects soil organic matter composition: Evidence from thermal analysis, FTIR-PAS, amino sugars and lignin biomarkers
Published Date
Jan 1, 2017
Volume
104
Pages
117 - 127
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