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Differentiation of lithologically similar soil parent materials



Differentiation of lithologically similar soil parent materials



Soil Science Society of America Journal 49(2): 409-414



In this study, discriminant analysis was utilized along with other related statistical methods to determine if glacially derived loess, siltstone residua, and lacustrine silts could be differentiated effectively. Elemental contents of the 5 to 50 mu m fraction of the materials were found to be more diagnostic in differentiation than textural or mineralogical parameters.

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