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Vegetation horizons and related phenomena. A palaeoecological-micromorphological study in the younger coastal Holocene of the northern Netherlands (Schildmeer area)

, : Vegetation horizons and related phenomena. A palaeoecological-micromorphological study in the younger coastal Holocene of the northern Netherlands (Schildmeer area). Dissertationes Botanicae 81: 270

Vegetation horizons are in general black or dark brown layers consisting of a clayey matrix containing a concentration of amorphous organic matter. The horizons vary in thickness from less than 1 cm to over 1 dm and occur at various depths in the soil profiles. What appear to be thick vegetation horizons are found in some cases to be a complex of thin ones.

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