Zeitz Inland salt meadows are particularly valuable ecosystems, because they support single zeitz variety of salt-adapted single zeitz halophytes. They can be found throughout Europe; including the peatlands of the glacial lowlands in northeast Germany.
These German ecosystems have been seriously damaged through drainage. To assess and ultimately limit the damages, temporal monitoring of soil salinity is essential, which can be conducted by geoelectrical techniques that measure the soil single zeitz conductivity.
However, there is limited knowledge on how to interpret electrical conductivity surveys of peaty salt meadows.
In this study, temporal and spatial monitoring of dissolved salts was conducted in saline peatland soils using different geoelectrical techniques at single zeitz scales 1D: Cores and soil samples were single zeitz to validate the geoelectrical surveys. Although the influence of peat on bulk conductivity is large, the seasonal dynamics of dissolved salts within the soil profile could be monitored by repeated geoelectrical measurements.
Groundwater levels below 0. Therefore, to prevent the disappearance of dissolved salts from the rooting zone, which are essential for the halophytes, groundwater levels should be adjusted to maintain depths of between 20 and 35 cm.
Lower groundwater levels will lead to the loss of single zeitz salts from the rooting zone and higher levels to increasing dilution with fresh rainwater. The easy-to-handle conductivity single zeitz is an appropriate tool for salinity monitoring. Using this probe with regressions adjusted for sandy and organic substrates peat and organic gyttja additional influences on bulk conductivity e.