Age and degree of podzolization of sand soils on the coastal plain of northwest Finland.
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Published by Societas Scientiarum Fennica in Helsinki .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Podzol.,
  • Soils -- Finland, Northern.,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Holocene.,
  • Coasts -- Finland, Northern.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 31-32.

SeriesCommentationes biologicae, 68
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21446360M

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The dates ranged from ±35 to ±55 “C years B.P.; a strong increase in age with depth was indicated; various fractions of soil organic matter were found to differ significantly in : Andreas Stützer.   Other studies of early podzolization in coastal dune sands with coniferous trees have encountered podzolic horizon development within years in Jutland, Denmark (Stutzer ), in years at the Falkland Islands (Wilson ) and in years in . Oilpalm, Coastal Plains Sand, Soil Properties, Suitability Assessment. 1. Introduction. Oilpalm (Elaeis guineensis) is an important economic tree which, according to Komolafe et al (1), originated in tropical West Africa. Adeniji et al (2) report it as a source of food (oil), palmwine, palmkernel cake for . Soils with sandy clay loam sub-soils (the most widely distributed soils on the coastal plain) were further divided by sub-soil depth into three categories: > 40 inches, inches, and. 20 inches. In Donald Colquhoun classified geomorphology of the lower SC coastal plain by relationship to seven former marine by: 2.

Soils having an argic @ horizon with a cation exchange capacity (in 1 M NH 4 OAc at pH ) equal to or greater than 24 cmol(+) kg-1 clay, either starting within cm from the soil surface or within cm from the soil surface if the argic horizon is overlain by material that is loamy sand or coarser throughout. Texas Ecoregion 5: Coastal Sand Plains By: Kyria S. And Amy Huang The Coastal Sand Plains is fairly level with elevations less than ft. below sea level. Average annual rainfall is 24 to 28 inches. Soil is mainly windblown sand. This region has sand dunes and salt marshes. In. Boplain soils have a paralithic contact at depths between 20 and 40 inches. Breeze soils have more than 40 inches of anthrotransported material with more than 10 percent construction debris coarse fragments. Caesar soils average more than 30 percent coarse and very coarse sand in the lower half of the series control section. Coastal Plain. The coastal plain consists of a flat lying lowland area crossed by fluvial, or in deltaic areas, distributary channels. They act as the main transport routes of sediment to the sea. The upper, fluvial-dominated parts of the delta plain (upper coastal plain) may give way to a tidally influenced regime near delta mouth (lower coastal plain) with tidal distributary channels and.

Sandy soil has a larger concentration of sand when compared to other soils and is also referred to occasionally as "light soil." It is comprised of roughly 35 percent sand . These properties are soil components known to contribute to CEC [43] of which those of coastal plain sands soils are pH dependent because they are dominantly mineral soils [19]. The range of spatial dependence of the soil properties varied between and m (Table 4).Cited by: 7. in waterlogged soils. On sandy soils, denitrification is a concern only on localized wet areas where standing water accumulates due to soil com-paction or excessive watering. Nitrogen management on sandy soils R.P. Wolkowski, K.A. Kelling, and L.G. Bundy A Soil organic matter Ammonium N NH4 Nitrate N NO3-+ Crop residue Immobilization Plant File Size: 68KB. So for the low Fe, light-textured Coastal Plain soils in the Codling et al. () experiment, As was not increased after decades of poultry litter application. But in the Adeli et al. () study, and other research with heavy textured and/or high Fe soils, poultry litter applied As remains in the plow layer depth (as do As from orchard.