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Redox potentials and oxygen contents in the groundwater of sandy forest soils in north-eastern Germany.



Redox potentials and oxygen contents in the groundwater of sandy forest soils in north-eastern Germany.



Z. PflErnahr. Dung, 94: 154-163



The reducing power of groundwater is greater in the zone of constant levels of water generally low in O2 than in the zone where fluctuations occur. In fluctuating groundwater of generally high O2 content, reducing power is greater in distinctly acid than in slightly acid to neutral water.

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