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Characteristics of the forest soils of the El Jerte valley, Spain


, : Characteristics of the forest soils of the El Jerte valley, Spain. Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 40(11/12): 1855-1878

Results are presented of analyses of profiles and chemistry of this soil catena under various vegetation types, including woodlands dominated by Quercus pyrenaica, Q. ilex, Castanea sativa, or Prunus sp.

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Gallardo, J.; Cuadrado, S1; Gonzalez, M., 1981: Characteristics of the forest soils of the El Jerte Valley Spain.1. Anales de edafologia y agrobiologia 40(11-12): 1855-1878

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