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Observations of and remarks on the movement of moisture and frost-heavuig in soil.


, : Observations of and remarks on the movement of moisture and frost-heavuig in soil.. Z. Acker- u. PflBau, 108: 375-383

In a heavy soil with a low water table, the magnitude of soil-heaving was recorded during the winter season in relation to soil temperature and moisture and snow cover. Soil-heaving occurred immediately after the start of frost and reached a maximum of 23 mm at a time when the soil contained 20% moisture to a depth of 50-60 cm.


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