edaphology


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edaphology

(ˌɛdəˈfɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Physical Geography) the study of the influence of soil on living things, esp plants

edaphology

pedology.
See also: Soil
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According to the Edaphology of the Digital Map of Mexico (INEGI, 2016), Samples 1 and 2 were obtained from a soil belonging to the order of vertisols, which are characterized by having montmorillonite clays, of type 2:1.
The physicochemical analysis of soil fertility was conducted in the department of Edaphology at the Institute of Sciences of the Autonomous University of Puebla (BUAP) to determine the most important features, such as the determination of pH using a potentiometer on a suspension of soil and water at a ratio of 1:2; electrical conductivity (dS [m.
Pal DK, Wani SP, Sahrawat KL (2012a) Vertisols of tropical Indian environments: Pedology and edaphology.
The authors also thank Universidad de Bogota Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, Graduate Program, Masters in Environmental Sciences, Edaphology for preparing us and contributing to our professional formation.
This variety is normally a result of biogeographic patterns, modelled by climatology, edaphology and anthropogenic action (AXELROD, 1983; MANOS & al.
The collected data revealed that edaphology and vegetation type are different but topography and anthropogenic affects are somewhat same among sites (Table I) and found some diversity.
1983) and to the results of edaphic analysis, which in turn has allowed us to elaborate in each plot a compilation of characteristic parameters of their physiography, climate and edaphology.
The Edaphology of Tree Species in Presettlement Indiana South of the Late Wisconsin Glacial Border.
His turf grass research has included studies on establishment techniques, community dynamics, cultural systems, agrichemical fate, and thatch edaphology.
It unifies the many facts found in books on climatology, hydrology, edaphology, biology and ecology into a simple, easily understood model.
The project containing this research refers to Edaphology as Bioindicator of Climate Change directed by Professor Montoya, since 2006.