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a soil that develops in temperate to cold moist climates under coniferous or heath vegetation

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The only overlapping characteristics may be found for qualifiers albic and dystric, which are common for Albeluvisols (pseudopodzolic soils) and Epigleyic and Fibrihistic Podzols (gley-podzols), and luvic, which is common for Luvisols (lessive brown soils) and Albeluvisols.
1999) found that smectite was the end product of mica alteration in strongly leached and acidified E horizons of Podzols in moraines in Switzerland, while Egli et al.
For example, where a Laterite has formed, its characteristics will not easily be masked or obliterated by subsequent conditions that favor formation of a Podzol, which forms under less-rigorous climatic conditions.
In 1999, the experimental sites were a poorly drained North Gower clayey loam Orthic Humic Gleysol (fine loamy, Mixed, Mesic, Endoaquolls) and a well drained Uplands sandy loam Orthic HumoFerric Podzol (Haplorthods).
Peaty gleyed podzol soils dominated hollows and lower slopes with tallish heather, and subalpine podzols dominated the freely drained ground with short heath.
Chernozem and podzol, as well as gley, podbur, and many other types of soil, were originally the common names given by Russian peasants, but have entered the scientific vocabulary and provided the terms used in soil science.
I Fine root masses of a pale yellow latosol and a giant humus podzol.
1969) with respect to the development of the ecosystem in concert with the dynamics of podzol formation (in which carboxyl groups from conifer needles and ericaceous leaves create acids leading to podzolization) is not contradicted by our data.
Boron nutrition of alfalfa, red clover, and timothy grown on podzol soils of Eastern Canada.
2002) to Oa--A horizon material of a Podzol, observed constant Si release at ~10 mg Si [g.
AU--dark-humus, 0-28/28 cm; has loose sod on the surface of grey-brownish colour 3 cm thick, consisting of grass litter of different erode degree and grass roots together with soil mass; upper part of the horizon is loose, cloddy-seedy, brownish; in the average part colour is dark-grey, structure is nutty-cloddy, coming apart to seeds; in the lower part the horizon is thick, large prisms coming apart to seedy, nutty and cloddy parts; podzol is not registered; thin-porous, light-sticky, light-clayey; contains large roots and the signs of earthworms activity.
The soil type in this area was undeveloped podzol soil with depth from 2 to 20 cm.
Soil2 was illuvial humus podzol (Placic, Rustic, Albic, Folic, Stagnic Podzols) with Myrtilloso-polytrichosa forest type (forest type classification according to Buss (1997), and soil types according to Latvian and FAO WRB (2006) soil classifications).
Os solos do tipo podzol, halomorficos e uma porcao dos podzolicos vermelho-amarelo (Figura 5), estao localizados na classe pouco suscetivel (22,38%), classe IV, e classe de declividade entre 0 e 5% e pouco contribuem para o processo erosivo (Salomao, 1999), Figuras 10 e 11.