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|Clay movement in a saline-sodic soil toposequence
|Dept. of Soil and Water
|In the Herrmanns sub-catchment in the Mt. Lofty Ranges (near Mt. Torrens) soil sodicity was the dominant factor in causing clay to disperse in the eroded area along the foot slopes, wheras in non-eroded areas of the mid-slopes and on the stream banks, the dispersive power of sodicity was attenuated by the flocculative power of other soil properties.
|Thesis (M.Ag.Sc.) -- University of Adelaide, Dept. of Soil and Water, 2002
|Sodic soils; Soils, Salts in; Soils -- South Australia -- Lofty, Mount, Ranges, Region
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