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Organic geochemistry of soils and sediments : A key to describe the Anthropocene?

Abstract : This article aims to introduce the research presented in this volume of the Collection EDYTEM. The different papers come from a common scientific meeting between soil scientists of the French Soil Science Society (AFES) and organic geochemists of FROG. These articles seem to indicate a renewal of the approaches, issues and methods of study on the evolution of soil linked with human activities. Soil geochemistry and sediments (particularly organic geochemistry) appears as an indispensable tool to reveal the history of soil and human practices in the Anthropocene.
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Jérôme Poulenard, Fabien Arnaud, Yves Perrette, Pierre Sabatier, Philip Deline, et al.. Organic geochemistry of soils and sediments : A key to describe the Anthropocene?. Emilie Chalmin, Etienne Dambrine, Bernard David, Pierre Faivre, Jérôme Poulenard. Sols et matières organiques : mémoires et héritages, Collection Edytem n°18, n°18, Edytem, pp. 9-18, 2015. ⟨hal-01876556⟩



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