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Recent gley processes in soils of ukrainian ciscarpathians ussr


, : Recent gley processes in soils of ukrainian ciscarpathians ussr. Pochvovedenie (10): 45-54

In brownish-podzolic surface-gleyic soils (pseudopodzols) the level of the top water reaches the upper horizon 2-3 times in 10 yr. Recent gley processes are locally taking place there. The formation of bleached eluvial horizons in the soils is due to sporadic gleyzation followed by washing out and segregation of Fe.


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