Soil and landscape attributes of Amazonian Dark Earths
Amazonian Dark Earths are soil patches that occur in the Amazon region, characterized by high sequestered carbon content and high fertility compared to adjacent soils. These lands have been considered a model for sustainable agricultural use. As there is still no consensus about the origin and formation process of these soils, the preservation of the Amazonian Dark Earth sites is of fundamental importance. Thus,
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