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Soil Production is Influenced by Human Factors

Journal of Soil Science & Plant Health

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Soil Production is Influenced by Human Factors

In contrast to soils formed by natural processes, anthropogenic soils (anthrosoils) have been impacted, modified, or created by human activity. They can be found in urban and other human-influenced environments all over the world. Anthropogenic soils are classified as artificial ground, which is divided into four groups: Artificial soils have been layered on top of natural soils. Soils that formed naturally have been taken out. Natural dirt has been removed and artificial soil has been placed to the infilled area. The soil quality and composition of agricultural areas are greatly influenced by anthropogenic activity. The topsoil had lower soil compaction and bulk density than the subsurface, but all other examined metrics in the topsoil were significant.

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