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Properties and genesis of ferruginous elements in ferralitic Red soils and associated young tropical soils in northern Togo



Properties and genesis of ferruginous elements in ferralitic Red soils and associated young tropical soils in northern Togo



Reunion Annuelle des Sciences de la Terre 11: 65




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