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Micromorphological study of the upper layer of red ferrallitic soils in Casamance (Senegal). Interpretation of present-day evolution, under forest cover

Micromorphological study of the upper layer of red ferrallitic soils in Casamance (Senegal). Interpretation of present-day evolution, under forest cover

Cahiers ORSTOM, Pedologie 10(4): 343-356

Processes characterizing the transition of red soils (ferrallitic) to beige soils (tropical ferruginous soils) are studied and discussed.

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