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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Sampling And Spatial Variability Of Chemical Attributes Of A Soil Under Regenerating Natural Vegetation [amostragem E Variabilidade Espacial De Atributos Químicos Do Solo Em área De Vegetação Natural Em Regeneração]|
de Souza G.S.
|Abstract:||The objectives of this work was to estimate the number of soil subsamples considering the classical statistics and geostatistics and determine the spatial variability of soil fertility attributes of an Ultisol, with clay texture, in an area of regenerating natural vegetation in Alegre - ES. Soil samples were collected in a depth of 0.0-0.2 m, at the crossing points of a regular grid, comprising a total of 64 points located at 10 m-intervals. The area presented low fertility soil. Considering a variation of 5% around the mean in the classic statistics, it is necessary a larger number of samples in relation to geostatistics. All the chemical attributes showed moderate to high spatial dependence, except for the effective cation exchange capacity (CECe), which showed pure nugget effect. The spherical semivariogram model gave the best fit to the data. Isoline maps allowed visualizing the differentiated spatial distribution of the contents of soil chemical attributes.|
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