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Red soils & their accompanying black soils in Kyushu.



Red soils & their accompanying black soils in Kyushu.



For. Soils Japan Rep, 13: 1-88



The red soils of North Kyushu originate in sediments deposited on abrasion surfaces formed during crustal movement. During later land elevation some of the soils were eroded, transported & sedimentad, although remaining as red soils. The Guntz-Mindel interglacial epoch corresponded roughly to their period of formation. A comparison with red soils of other areas of Japan shows similarity in clay minerals & chemical properties.

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