solonetzic

solonetzic

(ˌsɒləˈnɛtsɪk)
adj
(Minerals) characteristic of solonetz
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In the soil solution of alkaline calcareous solonetzic soil, the molar fraction of active concentration (activity) of the [Cd.sup.2+] ion does not exceed 4.0%, in water extract the activity of [Cd.sup.2+] is also low: 11.2% (Endovitsky et al., 2014).
Distribution of prairies and solonetzic soils in the Peace River district, Alberta.
Relationship between exchangeable sodium and sodium adsorption ratio in a solonetzic soil association.
Effects of tillage and amendments on yields and selected soil properties of two solonetzic soils.
Dormaar JF (1979) Organic matter characteristics of undisturbed and cultivated chernozemic and solonetzic A horizons.
Johnson, 1983, "Distribution of prairies and solonetzic soils in the Peace River District, Alberta," Journal of Canadian Botany 61: 1851-60
9) Solonetzic, round on saline parent materials in some areas of the semiarid to subhumid Interior Plains.
McAndrew DW, Malhi SS (1992) Long-term N fertilization of a solonetzic soil: effects on chemical and biological properties.
Bannister DP 3 Silicious sand KS-Uc5.11 9 Albany ALB 5 Humus podzol Uc2.33 10 Busselton BSN 4 Red earth Um5.21 11 Bridgetown BTN 2 Gravelly yellow Dy5.61 duplex 12 Dwellingup DP 5 Gravelly yellow Dy3.42 duplex (solonetzic) 13 Dwellingup DP 6 Red earth Gn2.11 14 Pemberton PTN 1 Red earth Gn2.12 15 Pemberton PTN 3 Yellow earth Gn2.61 16 Harvey SCP 4 Grey clay Ug5.14 17 Waterloo SCP 5 Yellow earth Gn2.24 18 Cookernup SCP 6 Brown earth Um5.52 Soil Location pH Particle size(F) in WA(A) (Ca)(E) USA system(D) % Sand % Silt 1 Merredin Typic Xerothent 4.6 89 6 2 Karridale Typic Xerochrept 5.3 83 3 3 S.
Harron WRA, Webster GR, Cairns RR (1983) Relationship between exchangeable sodium and sodium adsorption ratio in a Solonetzic soil association.