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Spectral reflectivity of certain soils in the chu river valley kazakh ssr ussr


, : Spectral reflectivity of certain soils in the chu river valley kazakh ssr ussr. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskaya (5): 52-56

The spectral reflectivity of various soils in the Chu River Valley was studied. Data were collected for meadow-bog, crustal-puffic meadow solonchak, desertifying meadow-bog, and takyr-like soils. Spectral reflectivity readings were taken by means of an SF-14 spectrophotometer over a range of 400-750 nm. Spectral reflectivity for the soils was at a minimum in the blue-violet part of the spectrum (15-25% at 400 nm) and at a maximum in the red part of the spectrum (27-48% at 750 nm). Graphs showing the change of spectral reflectivity as a function of depth under the surface and humus content are given for all 4 soil types.

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