PROVIDING THE CURRENT STATE AND FEATURES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF BROWN AND BLACK SOILS IN THE GEDEBEY REGION


PROVIDING THE CURRENT STATE AND FEATURES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF BROWN AND BLACK SOILS IN THE GEDEBEY REGION


Teymur Akif oqlu Hajiyev

Western Caspian University in Azerbaijan,Baku-2020


In soil genetic factors, soil-absorbing factors have always been in the spotlight. The formation of genetic strata of the soil and the variation of time depending on various spatial factors remains a widespread and urgent topic in the classical soil science, which has been continuously monitored to date. It is well-known that the most favorable approach to the study of soils can be achieved by obtaining a comprehensive set of data by studying its interrelationship of the environment and natural complexes, studying its dependence on time and space.


Keywords: soil diagnostics, soil type, carbonate, texture differentiation, natural complex, soil map.

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Teymur Akif oqlu Hajiyev. PROVIDING THE CURRENT STATE AND FEATURES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF BROWN AND BLACK SOILS IN THE GEDEBEY REGION.Global Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2020,1:5


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