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


, : Pans in humus podzols (Humods and Aquods) in coastal southern Queensland. Australian Journal of Soil Research 34(1): 161-182

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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