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Chemical amendment and irrigation effects on sodium migration and vegetation characteristics in sodic mine soils in the Northern Great Plains


, : Chemical amendment and irrigation effects on sodium migration and vegetation characteristics in sodic mine soils in the Northern Great Plains. Proceedings, 1981 symposium on surface mining hydrology, sedimentology and reclamation: 481-485

Data for a 70 cm thick topsoil layer showed that there was no topsoil sodication from the underlying spoil.

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