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Degradation of soil structure by welding - a micromorphological study


, : Degradation of soil structure by welding - a micromorphological study. Catena 23(3/4): 253-268

To monitor degradation of soil structure and crust formation undisturbed vertical samples (15 x 7 cm) for soil micromorphological analysis were taken of the top seven cm of sloping cultivated loess soils in South-Limbourg, Netherlands at ten dates chosen in relation to times of tillage, sowing, crop stage, harvest and winter frost. Wheel marks if present were sampled.

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Accession: 002590108

DOI: 10.1016/0341-8162(94)90071-x

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