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New aspects of tropical African soils, their degradation and conservation. Origin and extension of laterites and ferruginous carapaces. Struggle against sterilization of African soils.



New aspects of tropical African soils, their degradation and conservation. Origin and extension of laterites and ferruginous carapaces. Struggle against sterilization of African soils.



Rev. Int. Bot. Appl 28: 125-140



In continuation of a preceding article the influence of bush fires and of termites on soil denudation and on the formation of carapaces is described.

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