Soil formation processes

Soil formation processes.

Soil formation processes take place under specific climatic conditions, on specific parent rocks, under the influence of a specific plant cover and lead to the development of appropriate types …

Hydrosphere

Hydrosphere

Water exists in many forms on Earth. It fills natural reservoirs (oceans, sea ​​and lakes), artificial and water courses, which are places of rock formation forming, po me …

Soil profile

Soil profile.

The soil-forming processes described above lead to the gradual development of certain zones in the parent rock (the so-called. genetic levels), running parallel to the soil surface, and different in terms of their physical properties …

The relief

The relief

The relief (relief), that is, the relief of the surface, usually affects climatic conditions, such as: humidity, temperature, wind speed or sunshine. There is usually less water on the slopes facing south …

Factors shaping the soil

Factors shaping the soil

Operation of a set of physical factors, chemical and biological transforming rocks and other surface geological formations into soil with specific biogeochemical and morphological properties is a soil-forming process. Too basic …

Soil formation

Soil formation

There are soils everywhere, where the land surface is covered with vegetation and inhabited by living organisms. Tam, where there are no living things, there is also no soil. By concept soil

Time

Time

Time is another soil-forming factor. The longer the bedrock is affected by soil-forming factors, the stronger it undergoes transformation. The effect of time on the phenomena occurring in soils and their transformations is presented in …

lithosphere

lithosphere

Surface geological formations, which is mainly the parent rock, have an effect on the resulting soil, especially in the first stages of their formation. The outer shell of the globe (lithosphere) consists of the …