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a forest soil characterized by a surface accumulation of humus, a strongly leached profile, one or more enriched layers in the SUBSOIL, and vegetation consisting predominantly of conifers.
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Inflowing TSM was also correlated with soil types: positively with the percentage of histosols and podzols, and negatively with the percentage of regosols and luvisols in the catchment area (Table 3).
Podzol Water table lower than 100cm for a D short period of the year or permanently; saturated for a few days during the rainy season.
Gley-podzols and peaty podzols (group 4) were developed on acid sands in permanently wet moisture conditions, which cause the formation of a thin peaty forest floor (on LG) or shallow peat horizon (on LG1) instead of a humus horizon.
geomorphological landforms including ablation moraines and aeolian dunes, habitat moisture including moderately fresh habitats, soil type including cambisols and entic podzols, soil texture including loamy sands as well as potential vegetation including fresh pine-oak mixed forest and thermophilous oak-hornbeam forest appeared to have hardly any partial impact on the predicted probability of sett locations, obtained in the form of Partial Response Plots.
However, the resulting gradient in micronutrient concentration observed here (Mn>Fe>Zn>Cu) was also observed in podzols of Atlantic rain forests (Britez 1994, Moraes et al.
Factores influencing aluminium concentrations in soil solution from podzols.
1M pyrophosphate and pyrophosphate--dithionite in comparison with oxalate as extractants of the accumulation product in podzols and some other soils.
Lees, Brian G, John Stanner, David M Price and Lu Yanchou 1995 'Thermoluminescence dating of dune podzols at Cape Arnhem, northern Australia', Marine Geology 129 (1-2): 63-75.
1988) classified as Orthic Humo-Ferric Podzols (Canada Soil Survey Committee, 1978) that had a six to seven percent slope.
7 761 BC Region Soil Types Bedrock Nova Scotia Brunisolic Gray Luvisols, Triassic siliciclastic Humo-Ferric Podzols.
The soils in the experimental sample plots are Gleyic Podzols on sands that show essential chemical changes in the vicinity of the industrial enterprises (Table 1).