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Relating morphological properties to wetness conditions in the Gulf Coast Prairie of Texas

, : Relating morphological properties to wetness conditions in the Gulf Coast Prairie of Texas. Proceedings of the Eighth International Soil Correlation Meeting VIII ISCOM: characterization, classification, and utilization of wet soils, Louisiana and Texas, October 6-21, 1990: 126-134

The aquic conditions of two seasonally wet Vertisols and an Alfisol in the coastal area of Texas, USA, were investigated and moisture and morphological property relationships defined.

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