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Variations within some taxonomic units of the Northcote Factual Key for the recognition of Australian soils



Variations within some taxonomic units of the Northcote Factual Key for the recognition of Australian soils



Journal of the Soil Conservation Service of New South Wales 36(2): 109-116



For a set of duplex soils in the Bathurst-Orange region of New South Wales, the variations in three soil properties (shrink/swell potential, dispersibility and drainage) were related to the Northcote Factual Key for the Recognition of Australian Soils. Drainage was related closely to the groups of the Factual Key, both at broad scale and localised level. Dispersibility, except for Dy3.43 soils, which were always dispersible, varied considerably within groups of the Factual Key.

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