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Behavior of trace and toxic metals under waterlogged and moist conditions in some Louisiana and sodium bicarbonate amended soils


, : Behavior of trace and toxic metals under waterlogged and moist conditions in some Louisiana and sodium bicarbonate amended soils. Proceedings of the Eighth International Soil Correlation Meeting VIII ISCOM: characterization, classification, and utilization of wet soils, Louisiana and Texas, October 6-21, 1990: 260-270

Laboratory studies were conducted on the effects of wet conditions on the behaviour of metals in a Mhoon silty clay loam (Typic Fluvaquent), Sharkey silty clay (Vertic Haplaquept) and Crowley silt loam (Typic Albaqualf) from Louisiana, USA. Three sodic soils with an exchangeable sodium percentage (ESP) of 16, 32, and 55 and corresponding pH values of 8.6, 9.0, and 9.6 were also prepared by amending a Mhoon soil with different amounts of NaHCO3.


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