Agricultural Impacts on Soil Compaction and Sediment Size

Part of the Legacies on the Landscape project

Author(s): Katie Johnson

Year: 2005


Many activities affect soil composition, wind, rain, volcanic activity, time, and mammals are just a few examples. Humans are one of the many organisms that affect soil; however they have a measurable impact in a short horizon of time compared to many of the other agents of soil formation. Human activities impact soil formation in many ways ranging from agricultural practices to building and mining, and even war. Understanding how agricultural processes impact the landscape is helpful as it allows us to better understand the different agricultural techniques that were used across different landscapes, which intern help us to better understand the people that were employing those techniques.

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Agricultural Impacts on Soil Compaction and Sediment Size. Katie Johnson. 2005 ( tDAR id: 406859) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8ZS2ZF4

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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1200 to 1450

Spatial Coverage

min long: -112.162; min lat: 34.079 ; max long: -111.907; max lat: 34.296 ;

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