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hy·dric

(hī'drik),
Relating to hydrogen in chemical combination.

hy·dric

(hī'drik)
Relating to hydrogen in chemical combination.
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These problematic conditions included sites where vascular plant species occurrences were nearly identical in uplands and wetlands and the differences were in the presence or absence of hydric soils and hydrology indicators.
Interaction: Hydric soil and water table more than 6 ft from the soil surface.
The soils considered herein for evaluating the criteria are poorly drained or very poorly drained hydric soils with sandy loam or sandy clay loam texture in the surface layers.
Hydric soils abutting exposed waters were examined for the presence of gleyed phases (Munsell Charts[R], 1992).
The database analysis met the current technical criteria for the diagnosis of hydric soils formulated by the National Resources Conservation Service (Richardson and Vepraskas, 2001).
In these settings, the materials are leached of calcium carbonate but the iron has not undergone the redoximorphic depletion typically observed in gleyed hydric soils.
Hydrophytic vegetation, hydric soils, and periodic flooding are three characteristics of wetlands.
Hydric soils are saturated, flooded, or ponded long enough during the growing season to develop anaerobic conditions near the surface.
Similar problems occur when using the presence of hydric soils or halophytic plants to define tidally influenced habitat, since both can occur in seasonal wetlands far removed from tidal influence (Ferren et al.
The terms used reflect the lack of hydrogeological studies and of data about dominant aquatic vegetation and hydric soils.