Talk:Flooded Soils

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Irina C 19:05, 8 February 2008 (UTC)

I would suggest slightly different organization.

Maybe under flooded soils could be....

1. Overall definition and description of phenomenon of flooded soils. You can put a figure here. You can also say that this type of phenomenon can also be observed in other types of situations.....aggregates and pollutant plumes in groundwater

2. Chemical changes

Make sure you focus this on redox. organize these by changes in dominant electron acceptors being used and make the connection to electron tower ALso include fate of products generated during electron acceptor untilization. e.g. methane migrates up. Sulfides.....

3. Changes in microbial community composition

4. Changes when the flooded soil is unflooded and oxygen comes in

Maybe something else??

Kate Scow