soil profile

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  • Two stations are close if they have the same soil profile.
  • These properties may vary through the depth of a soil profile.
  • These properties influence how energy is partitioned in the soil profile.
  • Typically equipped with a central corridor with viewing windows into the soil profiles on either side.
  • It produces roots throughout the soil profile, rooting several feet deep in some soils.
  • This layer generally forms above the mineral soil or occurs in an organic soil profile.
  • The major emphasis had been on the soil profile.
  • For example, soil profiles can be used to make spatial prediction of different chemical and physical soil properties.
  • Soil salinity is the concentration of salt within the soil profile or on the soil surface.
  • The observations are typically performed on a soil profile.
  • The soil profile of the vineyard is very diverse across the collection of east, west and south-facing slopes.
  • The former is mainly influenced by soil texture which is the removal of excess water within the soil profile.
  • Soil profile and groundwater condition should be established.
  • The variation in soil profile characteristics are much more pronounced because of the regional climatic differences.
  • Part of this soil profile includes an underlying clay or iron hardpan.
  • The Museum has a collection of over 1100 soil profiles from more than 70 countries.
  • These soil scientists characterized soils based on soil horizons of the soil profile.
  • There are no deep-burrowing earthworms so soil profile boundaries are sharp.
  • Soil moisture has an effect on the thermal properties of a soil profile, including conductance and heat capacity.
  • For instance, a fully formed profile may have developed in an area only to be buried by wind- or water-deposited sediments which later formed into another soil profile.
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