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Position: Home > issue > May 10, 2022 Volume 3, Issue 3
Desert soilization: Let scientific principles and facts speak
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Author: Zhijian Yi, Min Wang, Chaohua Zhao

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Desert soilization and effect.


Desert soilization is an approach, through mechanical manipulation, of endowing the surface layer of desert sand with the eco-mechanical attributes and water retaining capacity of soil to become a favorable habitat for plant growth. Since 2016, desert soilization has been successfully conducted in various deserts, desertified land and islands, with a total area of 1,130 hectares.1 Liu et al. published a commentary in The Innovation ( https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xinn.2022.100237 ) which attributed the success of desert soilization to ¡°shallow groundwater¡±, and then questioned the principle, practice and innovation of desert soilization.





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