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Spectral reflectivity of soils in libya


, : Spectral reflectivity of soils in libya. Vestnik Leningradskogo Universiteta Biologiya (2): 90-97

The peculiarities of the spectral reflection capacity of Libya soils are determined by the quantitative correlation of parameters of their morphological structure and physico-chemical properties. The maximum spectral reflecion is characteristic of litosols which are poor in humus and enriched with carbonates; the minimum.sbd.of red ferrisiallitic soils leached from carbonates, with high content of total and crystallized iron and silty particles.

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