THE DEGRADATION SOURCES OF SOIL COVER IN CÂMPULUNG MUSCEL DEPRESSION

T. Demeter, R. Oprea, I. Săvulescu

Abstract


Câmpulung Muşcel is a subcarpathian depression, situated between the Damboviţa
Valley to the East and Bratia Valley to the West, limited to the North by the Iezer-Păpuşa
Mountains and to the South by the subcarpathian hills of Măţău, Ciuha Teiului, Ciocanu. The
soil cover is mostly made of luvisols, faeozioms, rendzinas, lithosols and aluvosols. The main
sources of soil degradation are: deforesting, industrial activities, overgrazing and agricultural
activities, the first two dominating. The intense degradation processes extended in the East and
Central sectors, are represented by dislocation, overgrowing and pollution by residual powders.
The negative anthropic impact upon the soil cover is important and has to be diminished,
through interventions upon degradation sources.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15551/fppzt.v4i1.324

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