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Micromorphological study of the sandy soils in Southern Spain

AuthorsPaneque Guerrero, Guillermo ; Bellinfante, N.; Alonso, A.
Issue Date1972
PublisherPolish Scientific Publishers
CitationSoil micromorphology : proceedings of the Third International Working-Meeting on Soil Micromorphology: 446454 (1972)
AbstractThe main ecological factors of the sandy soils of the "Llano de Huelva" (South Spain) are outlined and the results of the micromorphological study are discussed in order to know the genetic processes and fundamental properties of these soils. Using thin section techniques the morphological characteristics and the dynamics of the recent and old pedological and sedimentary formations are investigated. It is also possible to show the genesis of some compex protiles. The climax soil of this region is a sandy dune ranker with moder humus, but depending on the environment conditions raw soils, brown ranker, pseudogley-ranker and peat soils can be also developed.
Description10 páginas.-- 4 figuras.-- 10 referencias.-- Comunicación presentada en Soil micromorphology : proceedings of the Third International Working-Meeting on Soil Micromorphology, Wroclaw, Poland, september 22-28, 1969.
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