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Table 1 Physicochemical properties of soil with different degree of deterioration from Jinsha earthen site

From: Changes in soil microbial communities at Jinsha earthen site are associated with earthen site deterioration

SampleMoisture
(%)
pHECContents of soluble salts (mmol kg− 1)
(μs cm−1)Na+NH4+K+Mg2+Ca2+ClNO3SO42−
S14.56±
0.11b
7.48±
0.04a
6.74±
0.05d
12.53 ± 3.66b3.80±
0.02a
4.94±
0.04a
193.933±
0.99d
4.45±
0.08d
21.12 ± 0.19c10.44 ± 0.46b111.39±
0.91d
S24.69±
0.04b
7.41±
0.03ab
10.45±
0.40c
18.59 ± 0.02a3.62±
0.02b
4.70±
0.02b
668.29±
1.44c
11.25±
0.02c
51.43 ± 0.56a33.46 ± 0.42a205.04±
0.92c
S34.84±
0.10a
7.35±
0.09ab
11.44±
0.67b
10.41 ± 0.05c2.45±
0.04c
4.56±
0.02c
682.74±
2.19b
43.15±
0.33b
22.80 ± 0.79b7.25±
0.16c
326.42±
2.24b
S44.98±
0.04a
7.32±
0.08b
13.92±
0.63a
10.40 ± 0.16c0.0014±
0.0003d
4.55±
0.04c
1519.70±
1.56a
143.07±
0.94a
13.67 ± 0.30d9.87±
0.08b
946.48±
2.12a
  1. The results are average ± standard deviation (n = 3). Different superscript letters in a column indicate statistical significant difference (p < 0.05) in the least significant difference test. S1, no obvious deterioration; S2, mild deterioration; S3, moderate deterioration; S4, severe deterioration