In this paper, we reviewed the progress in the application of stable isotope techniques to the study of soil salinization. As a powerful technique, stable isotopes have been widely used in the studies of soil water evaporation, the dynamics of soil salinization and salt-tolerant plant breeding. The impact of single envi-ronmental factors on plant isotope composition has been the focus of previous studies. However, the impact of multiple environmental factors on plant isotope composition remains unclear and needs to be carefully studied. In order to gain insights into soil salinization and amelioration, especially soil salinization in arid and semiarid areas, it is essential to employ stable isotope techniques and combine them with other methods, such as located field observation and remote sensing technology.
stable isotope; soil water evaporation; soil salinization dynamic; salt-tolerant plants breeding
CUI, YongQin; MA, JianYing; and SUN, Wei
"Application of stable isotope techniques to the study of soil salinization,"
Journal of Arid Land: Vol. 3:
4, Article 7.
Available at: https://egijournals.researchcommons.org/journal-of-arid-land/vol3/iss4/7