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Soil and landscape processes evident in a hydromorphic grey earth (Plinthustalf) in semiarid tropical Australia



Soil and landscape processes evident in a hydromorphic grey earth (Plinthustalf) in semiarid tropical Australia



Soil micromorphology: studies in management and genesis Proceedings of the Ninth International Working Meeting on Soil Micromorphology, Townsville, Australia, July 1992: 221-231



Soil micromorphological evidence is presented for polycyclic soil and landscape processes in profile from a toposequence of red, yellow and grey earth soils (Paleustalfs, Plinthustalfs, and Ochraqualfs) in north Queensland, Australia. These processes have resulted in hydromorphic grey and yellow soils lying upslope of a well-drained red earth.

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