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Effect of soil formation on the thickness of loam deposits on the Russian Plain

, : Effect of soil formation on the thickness of loam deposits on the Russian Plain. Soviet Soil Science 14(5): 9-15

The thickness of the loamy soil parent material of the Russian Plain differs according to zonal-climatic conditions. It decreases when the removal of substances exceeds the effect of loosening. Removal predominates in Podzolic, Sod-Podzolic, and Light Gray Forest soils as a result of intense eluviation.

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