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Vertisols of northern Uruguay


, : Vertisols of northern Uruguay. Cahiers ORSTOM, Pedologie 30(4): 271-291

Most of the soils of northern Uruguay developed on basaltic substrates are vertisols. The two main types, "lithomorphic" and "topomorphic" vertisols are described and compared, with micromorphological and analytical details.

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