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Experience in establishing correction factors of soil rating for the conditions of soil occurrence in the relief

, : Experience in establishing correction factors of soil rating for the conditions of soil occurrence in the relief. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskaya (6): 60-67

A correlation between humus content, on the one hand, and the steepness and exposure of slopes, and the presence of forest strips, on the other hand, was estabilshed on the basis of dark chestnut soils. Correction factors of soil rating for the conditions of soil occurrence in the relief were derived on the basis of this correlation.

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