Ellis called this nomenclature Glossic
, and included in his book a comprehensive glossic
Reference Qualifiers (1) soil by WRB 1 Leptosols leptic/lithic, rendzic/calcaric, hyperhumic, episkeletic 2 Cambisols, cambic, mollic, Luvisols luvic/cutanic/ endoskeletic, endocalcaric, eutric 3 Albeluvisols albic, luvic, glossic
, umbric/ fragic, endogleyic, stagnic/dystric, abruptic 4 Podzols spodic/ fibrihistic, epigleyic, albic, ortsteinic/ arenic, dystric 1) Three groups of qualifiers separated by '/ ' are, respectively: main characteristics of reference soil/prefix qualifiers/suffix qualifiers.
8 Site Soil description CWMA (1) Mesic Typic Hapludults, Mesic Typic Dystrudepts CWMA (1) Mesic Typic Hapludults CWMA (1) Mesic Typic Hapludults CWMA (1) Mesic Typic Hapludults, Mesic Typic Dystrudepts CWMA (1) Mesic Lithic Dystrudepts, Mesic Typic Hapludults STERNS (2) Mesic Typic Hapludults STERNS (2) Mesic Typic Hapludults, Mesic Typic Dystrudepts LBL (3) Thermic Typic Hapludults, Thermic Typic Paleudults LBL (3) Thermic Typic Paleudults, Thermic Typic Hapludults CUMB (4) Mesic Typic Hapludalfs, Mesic Typic Dystrudepts CUMB (4) Mesic Typic Hapludalfs, Mesic Typic Dystrudepts FCMB (5) Mesic Typic Paleudults, Thermic Glossic
Fragiudults Site Latitude/Longitude CWMA (1) 84[degrees]84'59.
Soils in the 48 paddocks were 1-2 m sand to sandy loam over massive clay, known locally as Abba sand (Tille and Lantzke 1990) and classified as Chromosolic Redoxic Hydrosol (Isbell 2002) and Glossic
Natrudalf (Soil Survey Staff 1987).
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The 1997 CNY trial was planted on a Hilton loam (fine-loamy, mixed, active, mesic Glossic
Hapludalfs) and the 1998 and 1999 CNY trials were planted on a Dalton Channery silt loam (coarse-silty, mixed, active, mesic Aeric Fragiaquepts).
In the Arabic-speaking world, Abd el Jawad (1987), Bakir (1986), Haeri (1987), Holes (1985), and Royale (1985) take the position that in such di- (or even tri-) glossic
cultures men may wildly hypercorrect toward prestigious phonology [say, pronouncing Quran with a pharyngeal (q)], while dialectal changes from below permit women to increase their use of other newer forms, which vary in different countries.
The soil of the study site is Fuller fine sandy loam, a member of the fine loamy siliceous, thermic family of Albic Glossic
A field study was conducted at the Sand Mountain Substation, Crossville, AL, on a Wynnville fine sandy loam (fine-loamy, siliceous, thermic Glossic
Fragiudults) during 1993 to 1995.
The Grenada series (fine-silty, mixed, active thermic Glossic
Fragiudalf) consists of moderately well drained soils that have a fragipan.
KS Grenada Fine-silty, mixed, thermic Glossic
Fragiudalfs Panola Co.
The soil type at Knoxville, Ames Plantation, Milan, and Springfield was a Sequatchie silt loam (fine-loamy, siliceous, thermic, Humic Hapludults), Loring silt loam (fine-silty, mixed, active, thermic Oxyaquic Fragiudalfs), Collins silt loam (coarse-silty, mixed, active, acid, thermic Aquic Udifluvents), and Dickson silt loam (fine-silty, siliceous, semiactive, thermic Glossic