El recurso suelo; un análisis de las funciones, capacidad de uso e indicadores de calidad
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Funciones del suelo
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calidad de suelo
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Trujillo-González, J. M., Mahecha, J. D., & Torres-Mora, M. (2018). El recurso suelo; un análisis de las funciones, capacidad de uso e indicadores de calidad. Revista De Investigación Agraria Y Ambiental, 9(2), 31 - 38. https://doi.org/10.22490/21456453.2095

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Históricamente el suelo fue relacionado principalmente con la agricultura, lo que permitió cambios significativos en la producción de alimentos, además fue considerado con capacidad ilimitada para asimilar contaminantes sin causar efectos nocivos inmediatos sobre el ambiente. Sin embargo, en los últimos años se vienen replanteando los enfoques de estudio en busca de demostrar la importancia del suelo a través de reconocer sus funciones y los servicios del ecosistema. En este sentido, el propósito de este estudio fue analizar aspectos de las funciones del suelo, la capacidad de uso y los indicadores para evaluar la calidad, y con esto generar una línea base conceptual que permite tener claridad para la formulación de acciones que conlleven a la sostenibilidad de este recurso.
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