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Krasnozems - a profile


Australian Journal of Soil Research 32(5): 915-929
Krasnozems - a profile
Since the first soil map of Australia by Prescott in 1931, acid red soils developed from basalt have been specifically recognized in spite of their very limited area of occurrence in eastern Australia from North Queensland to Tasmania in a rainfall zone of about 1000 to 4000 mm. Until the early 1950s these soils were known as red loams, but the term krasnozem became formalised in 1953 with the publication of Stephen's Manual of Australian Soils.


Accession: 002646433



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