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Vesicular horizon: morphology and formation in an aridisol of northern Patagonia


, : Vesicular horizon: morphology and formation in an aridisol of northern Patagonia. Ciencia del Suelo 2(1): 121-129

The Av horizon of the soil studied was subjected to wetting-drying cycles and to simulated rainfall in order to reconstruct the vesicular structure.

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