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Podzols and podzolization in temperate regions


, : Podzols and podzolization in temperate regions. ISM Monagraph, International Soil Museum, Netherlands (1): 126

The environmental setting of podzols and the process of podzolization are described. Criteria used for recognizing the podzol B horizon in various national soil classification systems are compared. Pyrophosphate extractable carbon (Cp) represents most closely the chemically active fraction of soil organic matter and the Cp/Alp atomic ratio is most suitable for the separation of illuvial and eluvial horizons.


Accession: 001912212

DOI: 10.1097/00010694-198707000-00014

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