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Do microplastics in vineyard soil affect the bioavailability of vine nutrition?
Erika Jež, Elisa Pellegrini, Lorena Butinar, Jan Reščič, Marco Contin, 2023, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: soil, microplastic, viticulture
Published in RUNG: 10.11.2023; Views: 754; Downloads: 0
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Do microplastics in vineyard soil affect the bioavailability of vine nutrition?
Erika Jež, 2023, unpublished conference contribution

Keywords: soil, microplastic, viticulture
Published in RUNG: 09.11.2023; Views: 730; Downloads: 0
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Do microplastics in vineyard soil affect the bioavailability of vine nutrition? : lecture at the Wageningen Soil Conference 2023, 29th August - 1st September 2023
Erika Jež, 2023, unpublished conference contribution

Keywords: soil, microplastic, viticulture
Published in RUNG: 09.11.2023; Views: 686; Downloads: 0
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Copper bioavailability and leaching in conventional and organic viticulture under environmental stress
Erika Jež, Elisa Pellegrini, Marco Contin, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: The continuous use of Cu-based fungicides in viticulture has caused Cu accumulation in soils, which represents a major environmental and toxicological concern. The purpose of this study was to verify whether the organic management would be more resilient to temperature and moisture stresses in comparison to conventional practices. Two organic and two conventional vineyard soils, contrasting in pH, were exposed for six months to temperature stress (29 °C), moisture stress (10% water holding capacity—WHC), and combined stresses (29 °C—10% WHC). Main soil properties, Cu speciation, bioavailability, and leaching were monitored before and after 6 months’ incubation. Results confirm that the increase of temperature caused a decrease in both total organic carbon (TOC) and dissolved organic carbon (DOC) (up to 19% and 49%, respectively), a decrease in available ammonium, and an increase in nitrate. Moisture stress tends to mitigate some of these changes. Despite that, changes of Cu bioavailability and leaching were limited and rarely significant. Moreover, no regular trends between conventional and organic management could be observed. Changes in soil pH and total N (TN) appeared as the most influencing properties to regulate Cu behavior in vineyard soils. Calcareous soils were more resistant to environmental stresses compared to acid soils, regardless of the type of management (conventional or organic).
Keywords: soil copper, climate changes, soil organic matter, organic viticulture, BCR speciation
Published in RUNG: 22.02.2023; Views: 1247; Downloads: 20
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OBJECTIVE AND PERCEIVED ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY IN THE TOWNS OF ZENICA AND MARIBOR : GROUP PROJECT FINAL REPORT
Ivana Pandža, Katja Belec, Matjaž Žvokelj, Merima Vrškić, Tajda Huber, Ula Urbas, 2020, treatise, preliminary study, study

Abstract: In this study, we measured the concentrations of specific heavy metals in the soil and sediment samples taken on different locations of the cities of Maribor (Slovenia), and Zenica (Bosnia and Herzegovina). The report also includes a questionnaire regarding the residents’ views about the environmental quality of the city they live in.
Keywords: Soil, sediments, heavy metals, AAS, pollution, questionnaire, environmental quality.
Published in RUNG: 11.09.2020; Views: 2823; Downloads: 0
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Temperature responses of soil ammonia-oxidising archaea depend on pH
Cecile Gubry-Rangin, Breda Novotnik, Ines Mandić-Mulec, Graeme W. Nicol, James I. Prosser, 2017, original scientific article

Keywords: Temperature, pH, Ammonia-oxidising archaea Soil
Published in RUNG: 07.10.2019; Views: 3556; Downloads: 0
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EFFECTS OF POTENTIAL CLIMATE CHANGES ON THE BEHAVIOUR, FEEDING RATE AND REPRODUCTION OF SELECTED SOIL INVERTEBRATES
Nijat Rahimli, 2018, master's thesis

Abstract: As a consequence of global climate change, the biodiversity of soil invertebrates is impacted. Elevated temperatures and moisture alterations in soil have deleterious effects on soil invertebrates. These organisms are important bioindicators of changes in soil ecosystems. Therefore, we investigated the effect of soil moisture, as potential impacts of climate change, on the behaviour, feeding rate and reproduction rates of two soil invertebrate species: woodlice (Porcellio scaber) and earthworms (Eisenia andrei) in laboratory experiments. Our results indicate that soil invertebrates are highly sensitive to desiccation. The feeding activity of woodlice and the reproduction rate of earthworms are likely dependent on soil moisture.
Keywords: Climate change, Soil invertebrates, Soil ecology, Isopods, Earthworms
Published in RUNG: 14.02.2018; Views: 4719; Downloads: 225
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