A study on the relations between soil formation and permeability of the parent material and soil. Changes in morphological, physical and chemical properties of heavy podzolic soils and their relation to changes in hydraulic conductivity

Sakuma, T.

Pedologist 15(2): 70-86

1971


Accession: 000010818

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Abstract
The hydraulic conductivity of podzolic soils was studied in relation to their morphology and moisture conditions. It was concluded that decreases in the proportion of large pores and increases in soil bulk density resulted in decreased hydraulic conductivity which caused the succession of increasingly gleyed soils.[145.2:132.3].