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Pans in humus podzols (Humods and Aquods) in coastal southern Queensland


Australian Journal of Soil Research 34(1): 161-182
Pans in humus podzols (Humods and Aquods) in coastal southern Queensland
Three types of hardpans found in humus podzols (Humods and Aquods) of the coastal lowlands of southern Queensland, Australia, were examined by slaking tests, a reactive aluminium test, acid oxalate and pyrophosphate extractions and electron microscopy. Samples from three indurated layers exposed by erosion or sand-mining in large coastal dunes were included for comparison.

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Accession: 002914864

DOI: 10.1071/sr9960161



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