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HOW SOIL FORMING PROCESSES DETERMINE SOIL-BASED VITICULTURAL ZONING
(Chilean Society of Soil Science/Sociedad Chilena de la Ciencia del Suelo, 2011)
Influence of the microstructure in the collapse of a residual clayey tropical soil
(SPRINGER HEIDELBERG, 2009)
A typical residual clayey soil originating from basalt in southern Brazil has been analyzed in order to assess the influence of wetting-induced deformation and microstructural features on the collapse behavior. Single and ...
MORPHOLOGY, MINERALOGY AND MICROMORPHOLOGY OF SOILS ASSOCIATED TO SUMMIT DEPRESSIONS OF THE NORTHEASTERN BRAZILIAN COASTAL PLAINS
(UNIV FEDERAL LAVRAS-UFLALAVRAS, 2012)
The scarcity of comprehensive characterizations of soils associated to gentle summit depressions of the Northeastern Brazilian Coastal Plains justifies this work, which had as objective to provide basic information for the ...
Experimental micromorphology in Tierra del Fuego (Argentina): building a reference collection for the study of shell middens in cold climates
(ACADEMIC PRESS LTD- ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2011)
Commonly used in archaeological contexts, micromorphology did not see a parallel advance in the field of experimental archaeology. Drawing from early work conducted in the 1990`s on ethnohistoric sites in the Beagle Channel, ...
Soil Structure Under Irrigated Beans And Different Soil Management Practices
(SOC BRASILEIRA DE CIENCIA DO SOLOVICOSA, 2015)
Micromorphology and spectroscopic characteristics of organic matter in waterlogged podzols of the upper Amazon basin
(Elsevier B.V., 2008-06-15)
In waterlogged environments of the upper Amazon basin, organic matter is a major driver in the podzolisation of clay-depleted laterites, especially through its ability to weather clay minerals and chelate metals. Its ...