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temperature regime of soils

A. M. ShulК№gin

temperature regime of soils

(Temperaturnyĭ rezhim pochvy)

by A. M. ShulК№gin

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Published by Israel Program for Scientific Translations, [available from the Office of Technical Services, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington] in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soil temperature.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 199-216.

    Statement[by] A.M. Shulʹgin. Translated from Russian [by A. Gourevitch]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS594.5 .S5213
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 218 p.
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL257075M
    LC Control Numberhe 65000067
    OCLC/WorldCa2409807

    Soil temperature is a key factor controlling many biotic and abiotic processes in soils. Monitoring of the soil temperature in the different habitats is an urgent task, as a rare meteorological network does not allow to assess in detail the hydrothermal regime of different territories. The soil temperature regimes defined for the south face, with their altitudinal limits in the central sequence, are as follows: hyperthermic up to m, thermic to m, and mesic in the central part ( m) of the island, where the soil temperature regime of both faces merges at these upper parts.

    Temperature Regime for Cookeville Ultisols Very weathered soils, warm, humid areas of the southeastern US, percent base saturation 2 less than 35%, argillic horizons, umbric or . Factors aff ecting soil temperature as limits of its spatial interpretation and simulation 7 AUPO Geographica Vol. 45 No. 1, , pp. Table 1 Systematic summary of the key fi ndings of factors infl uencing the soil temperature. Interactios SOLAR RADIATION State of the atmosphere Anthropogenic in fl uence Pressure gradients and wind: Rettig (); Hanks et al. (); Cellier et .

    Soil moisture control section is dry more than half the time that the soil temperature is above 41°F. Never moist for 90 consecutive days when soil temperature is above 47°F. Soil temperature regimes Name Description Mesic The mean annual soil temperature is . The udic (L. udus, humid) moisture regime implies that, in 6 or more out of 10 years, the soil moisture control section is not dry in any part for as long as 90 cumulative days per the mean annual soil temperature is lower than 22°C and if the mean winter and mean summer soil temperatures at a depth of 50 cm from the soil surface differ by 5°C or more, the soil moisture control.


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Soils with mean annual soil temperatures of 15–22 °C are identified as isothermic. Freezing conditions almost never occur in the isothermic and isohyperthermic STR’s. Higher elevations in tropical areas have isomesic STR’s, with mean annual soil temperatures less than 15 °C.

Ordinarily the thermal regime of the soil is referred to as the regular pattern of soil temperature fluctuations in the soil, without relating it to the source of energy that controls that regime. To describe better the thermal regime of the soil, it is helpful to introduce the concept of the soil surface as an active surface with respect to radiation, heat, and mass exchange with the soil.

Key Words: soil temperature, global climate map About the Map: The Global Soil Temperature Regimes map is based on an interpolation of o climatic stations that were input into a soil water balance model to estimate soil temperature regimes.

Possible Uses of the Map: Useful for teachers and students who are interested in the global distribution of major soil climate types. The frigid soil temperature regime has mean annual soil temperatures of greater than 0 °C, but less than 8 °C, with a difference between mean summer and mean winter soil temperatures greater than 5 °C at 50 cm below the surface, and warm summer temperatures.

If the mean annual soil temperature is 22° C or higher or if the mean summer and winter soil temperatures differ by less than 6° C at a depth of 50 cm below the soil surface, the soil moisture control section in areas of the ustic moisture regime is dry in some or.

Almost all of the soils within the geographic tropics have soil temperatures that seasonally differ by less than 6 °C and are identified by the prefix ‘iso’ placed before the name of the mean annual soil-temperature regime.

Soil temperature is an important attribute of classifying and assessing soil resources. It is a key environmental factor to determine soil formation and natural distribution of plants.

The spatial distribution of soil temperature regimes is essential for accurate identification of soils and inventory of natural resources. Through efforts initiated more than two decades ago, a long-term.

Soil temperature plays a central role in all soil processes. Soil and near-ground air temperatures are powerful “bio-controllers.” In temperate climates, the transition from the nongrowing to the growing season occurs when temperature rises above a threshold or “base temperature,” T b (e.g., about 5°C for temperate pastures).

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The temperature regime of soils (Temperaturnyĭ rezhim pochvy). [A M Shulʹgin; Mifʻal tirgume ha-madaʻ ha-Yiśreʼeli.]. Soil temperature is simply the measurement of the warmth in the soil. Ideal soil temperatures for planting most plants are 65 to 75 F.

(18 to 24 C.). Nighttime and daytime soil. In recent years quantitative description of the field soil water regime has become increasingly common. There are perhaps three main reasons.

One is that physical theory and the required laboratory verification now would seem adequate to describe the water regime of soils under field conditions. Cryic (Gr. kryos, coldness; meaning very cold soils)Soils in this temperature regime have a mean annual temperature higher than 0°C but lower than 8°C.

In mineral soils, the mean summer soil temperature (June, July, and August in the northern hemisphere and December, January, and February in the southern hemisphere) either at a depth of 50 cm from the soil surface or at a densic, lithic.

SOIL MOISTURE REGIME AND SOIL TEMPERATURE REGIME (DISCUSSION 8) INTRODUCTION. Soil moisture and soil temperature are two important attributes of soil that are directly determined by the climate and weather characterizing a given area of the world.

Both plus soil air determine soil climate or what we call pedoclimate. Soil monitoring shows a modified temperature regime in a relict charcoal hearth. Effects are related to the low thermal conductivity of the technogenic horizon.

Effects of the thermal properties of this horizon propagate to deeper soil areas. The addition of charcoal to soils can distinctly alter the soil's physical and chemical properties.The Web Soil Survey allows you to create custom reports by selecting a specific area of interest.

In the table below, clicking on a survey area that is listed as "current" takes you to the Web Soil Survey. Historical and supplemental documents are available below.

Printed soil survey reports were the main source of soils information from These regimes are based on the mean annual soil temperature (MAST), mean summer temperature, and the difference between mean summer and winter temperatures all at a soil depth of 50 cm.

It is normally assumed that the MAST (in °C) equals the sum of the mean annual air temperature plus 2°C.