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Results of erosion processes of brown mountainous-steppe soils of the southeastern part of the Small - Caucasus

Volume 1 - Issue 4

RAE ZH Aliyev*

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    • Institute of Erosion and Irrigation NAS of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan

    *Corresponding author: RAE ZH Aliyev, Institute of Erosion and Irrigation NAS of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan

Received: September 15, 2017;   Published: September 26, 2017

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2017.01.000392

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Brown mountainous-steppe soils arranged in the form of spots in separate forest edges and meadows within the zone of brown mountainous- forest soils. The lower boundary of these soils coincides with the upper boundary of gray-brown mountainous soils. The problem of steppification of forest soils was widely covered in the writings of the V.V. Akimsev [1], S.A. Zakharov 1937, S.V.Zonn [2] and other researchers. Information on Azerbaijan, on the processes of steppification of mountain-forest soils is available in the works of G.A Aliyev [3], ME. Salayev 1966, K.A. Alekberov [4], Sh.H Hasanov [5], and others. In these researches, it is shown that the process of soil steppification occurs under the influence of human economic activity.

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