hydromorphic


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hydromorphic

(ˌhaɪdrəˈmɔːfɪk)
adj
(Geological Science) relating to soil with characteristics caused by excess water
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Hydromorphic paddy soil, which has high fertility and good conditions in terms of irrigation and drainage, is an important sub-variety of paddy soils in China, with a total estimated area of 200 000 [km.sup.2].
The plant is susceptible to frosts and low temperatures, saline soils, boggy or hydromorphic soils, low rainfall, coralline soils with poor water-holding capacity (http://www.fao.org/forestry).
Tenders are invited for Brush-cutting restoration and logging services on wetlands and hydromorphic environments with a view to restoring open areas.
The second experiment with the same irrigated rice cultivars was performed in vessels with a capacity of 9L containing 7kg of a typical hydromorphic haplic planosol soil (EMBRAPA, 2013).
About 31-35% of mineral soil cover is found in hydromorphic soils, 0.7-3.0% in Fluvisols and 0.5-2.5% in eroded soils.
Hyland and Sheldon [23, 28] noted hydromorphic features locally along the transect that were confirmed by rock magnetic properties as likely reflecting localized ponding or a water table that was near to the surface of soils at least seasonally during their formation.
Wang, "Three-component mixed-layer illite/smectite/kaolinite (I/S/ K) minerals in hydromorphic soils, south China," American Mineralogist, vol.
Characteristics Areas Sudanian Latitude 8[degrees]10[degrees]-12[degrees]10 Longitude 1[degrees]15'-3[degrees]45' Pluviometry and 900-1100 mm temperature 24[degrees]C-31[degrees]C Seasons Unimodal regime Moisture in the air 18%-99% Soil Drained soils Hydromorphic soils Breastplates Ferralitics Lithosols Plant formations (i) Savannas (ii) Forest galleries (iii) Dry forests to Combretaceae Characteristic (i) Isoberlinia doka species (ii) I.
According to Mori [17], two major soil types are observed in Mateur plain: fluvisol and hydromorphic and holomorphic soils with high salinity.
Water stress is recurring environmental factors in Rio Grande do Sul since the southern zone of this state is characterized for presenting extensive areas of hydromorphic soils, poorly permeable and with drainage problems (CUNHA and SILVEIRA, 1996).
The soil is hydromorphic lateritic on clay sediments (reference: Carte pedologique de reconnaissance a 1/200000, Feuille de Porto-Novo 1975, Benin) and the plant adapts to this kind of soil.
The soil is hydromorphic lateritic on clay sediments (reference: Carte pedologique de reconnaissance a 1/200,000 Feuille de Porto-Novo 1975, Benin) and the plant adapts to this kind of soil.