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Anthropogenic Properties of Soil

Journal of Soil Science & Plant Health.

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Anthropogenic Properties of Soil

In comparison to soils produced by natural processes, anthropogenic soils (anthrosoils) are soils that have been affected, changed, or generated by human activity. They can be found in urban and other human-influenced environments all over the world. The term "anthropogenic" is used by scientists to describe environmental change that is induced or affected by humans, either directly or indirectly. In comparison to soils produced by natural processes, anthropogenic soils (anthrosoils) are soils that have been affected, changed, or generated by human activity. They can be found in urban and other human-influenced environments all over the world. Anthropogenic factors include greenhouse emissions, ozone emission, aerosol pollution, land use, and deforestation; natural factors include orbital changes, solar temperature, and volcanic activity.

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