The models also provide useful broad-scale pedologic
insights into the factors governing soil property levels and their variability in eastern Australia and beyond.
5] Colluvium, loess, bedrock Table 2 Pedologic
characteristics of the Cagles Mill Section.
Two contrasting sets of pedologic
features characterise the loessic mantles.
nature of the soils, climate conditions, etc.
Tenosols are soils with weak pedologic
organisation, apart from the A horizon, and a weakly developed B horizon with <15% clay (Isbell 1996).
Knowledge concerning the forms and amounts of P in a soil profile is important in both edaphic (fertility) and pedologic
studies (Bowman and Savory 1992).