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Characteristics of autonomous soil formation in a cold humid climate


, : Characteristics of autonomous soil formation in a cold humid climate. Soviet Soil Science 13(1): 25-40

It is shown that unique soils, having no analogs, form on unconsolidated derivatives of basic rocks in a cold humid climate (North Siberian highland). It is suggested that they be classed in an independent group of Granuzems. An ecological-geographic and genetic description is given.


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