Micromorphometric Soil Analysis By Means Of Quantimet 720

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1975
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Ministry Of Agriculture
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Most soils have a very complicated morphology. They consist of a vertical succession of layers - soil horizons - which usually differ considerably from one another in composition and fabric. Each horizon is composed of a groundmass or s-matrix in which are embedded so-called pedological features (Brewer, 1964), and which is usually riddled with voids (pores); furthermore, such soil materials may be aggregated into separate larger bodies (peds).
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