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The spatial relationship between human activities and C, N, P, S in soil based on landscape geochemical interpretation
Yu, Huan1; He, Zheng-Wei1,2; Kong, Bo3; Weng, Zhong-Yin4; Shi, Ze-Ming1
Corresponding AuthorYu, Huan
2016
Source PublicationENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY AND HEALTH
ISSN0269-4042
EISSN1573-2983
Volume38Issue:2Pages:381-398
SubtypeArticle
AbstractThe development and formation of chemical elements in soil are affected not only by parent material, climate, biology, and topology factors, but also by human activities. As the main elements supporting life on earth system, the C, N, P, S cycles in soil have been altered by human activity through land-use change, agricultural intensification, and use of fossil fuels. The present study attempts to analyze whether and how a connection can be made between macroscopical control and microcosmic analysis, to estimate the impacts of human activities on C, N, P, S elements in soil, and to determine a way to describe the spatial relationship between C, N, P, S in soil and human activities, by means of landscape geochemical theories and methods. In addition, the disturbances of human activities on C, N, P, S are explored through the analysis of the spatial relationship between human disturbed landscapes and element anomalies, thereby determining the diversified rules of the effects. The study results show that the rules of different landscapes influencing C, N, P, S elements are diversified, and that the C element is closely related to city landscapes; furthermore, the elements N, P, and S are shown to be closely related to river landscapes; the relationships between mine landscapes and the elements C, N, P, S are apparent; the relationships between the elements C, N, P, S and road landscapes are quite close, which shows that road landscapes have significant effects on these elements. Therefore, the conclusion is drawn that the response mechanism analysis of human disturbance and soil chemical element aggregation is feasible, based on the landscape geochemical theories and methods. The spatial information techniques, such as remote sensing and geographic information systems, are effective for research on soil element migration.
KeywordSpatial Distribution Human Activity Landscape Geochemistry Geographic Information System Remote Sensing
WOS HeadingsScience & Technology ; Technology ; Life Sciences & Biomedicine ; Physical Sciences
DOI10.1007/s10653-015-9725-9
WOS Subject ExtendedEngineering ; Environmental Sciences & Ecology ; Public, Environmental & Occupational Health ; Water Resources
Indexed BySCI
WOS KeywordPRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS ; YELLOW-RIVER DELTA ; LAND-USE ; ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY ; SURFACE SEDIMENTS ; METAL POLLUTION ; HEAVY-METALS ; WATER ; DYNAMICS ; CHINA
Language英语
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WOS SubjectEngineering, Environmental ; Environmental Sciences ; Public, Environmental & Occupational Health ; Water Resources
WOS IDWOS:000372302300005
Funding OrganizationNational Natural Science Foundation of China(41101174) ; China Postdoctoral Science Foundation(2013M540700) ; Special Grants for Postdoctoral Research Projects in Sichuan Province(SZD013) ; China Geological Survey Projects(12120113002301) ; Young and Middle-aged Excellent Teacher Training Program ; Research Foundation of Chengdu University of Technology ; Projects of Landslide Hazard Information Extraction based on Multi-sources Data(SKLGP 2011Z005)
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imde.ac.cn/handle/131551/15152
Collection数字山地与遥感应用中心
Affiliation1.Chengdu Univ Technol, Coll Earth Sci, Chengdu 610059, Peoples R China
2.State Key Lab Geohazard Prevent & Geoenvironm Pro, Chengdu 610059, Peoples R China
3.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Mt Hazards & Environm, Chengdu 610041, Peoples R China
4.Second Surveying Mapping & Geoinformat Engn Inst, Chengdu 610100, Peoples R China
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Yu, Huan,He, Zheng-Wei,Kong, Bo,et al. The spatial relationship between human activities and C, N, P, S in soil based on landscape geochemical interpretation[J]. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY AND HEALTH,2016,38(2):381-398.
APA Yu, Huan,He, Zheng-Wei,Kong, Bo,Weng, Zhong-Yin,&Shi, Ze-Ming.(2016).The spatial relationship between human activities and C, N, P, S in soil based on landscape geochemical interpretation.ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY AND HEALTH,38(2),381-398.
MLA Yu, Huan,et al."The spatial relationship between human activities and C, N, P, S in soil based on landscape geochemical interpretation".ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY AND HEALTH 38.2(2016):381-398.
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