C-horizon


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Synonyms for C-horizon

beneath the B-horizon and above the bedrock

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Soil sample pits were dug to a depth that included the C-horizon.
A-, B-, and C-horizon materials were collected, rocks were removed, and approximately 0.
A subset of A-, B-, and C-horizon soils was examined by quantitative x-ray diffraction (XRD) for their bulk mineralogical composition (Gough et al.
The Quarry Prospect and Big Hurrah transects had 10 Cd samples in 7 levels (sample locations) and 11 Cd samples in 8 levels, respectively, for the A-, B-, and C-horizon soils.
Summary statistics for the concentration of elements in willow and the A-, B-, and C-horizon soils at the Quarry Prospect and Big Hurrah transects are presented in Table 3.
For the A-, B-, and C-horizon soils, the variables were logarithmically-transformed element concentrations expressed in parts per million (ppm).
2008) for representative samples of A-, B-, and C-horizon tundra soils developed from bedrock and loess, Seward Peninsula.
Extremely low nitrogen levels are a common feature of both Arenosol and C-horizon of Luvisol soils used for these experiments.