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Characteristics and formation of so-called red-yellow Podzolic soils in the humid tropics (Sarawak-Malaysia)
J. P. Andriesse
by Dept. of Agricultural Research of the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam
Written in English
|Statement||J. P. Andriesse.|
|Series||Communication - Department of Agricultural Research of the Royal Tropical Institute ; 66, Communication (Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen. Afdeling Agrarisch Onderzoek) ;, 66.|
|LC Classifications||SB111.A2 K6 no. 66, S598 K6 no. 66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||76383652|
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Characteristics and Formation of so-called Red-Yellow Podzolic Soils in the Humid Tropics (Sarawak-Malaysia). Communication Nr. (Thesis) Author(s) Andriesse, J.P. Publisher: Amsterdam.: The Royal Tropical Institute: Publication year: Notes: Library holding:MY show all notes.
Soils were kept fairly pure, but the Red Yellow Podzolic Soils served to accom- modate most of the soils that did not fit into the system or that were of no direct use.
This research was carried out to determine some basic characteristics and fertility levels of Red-Yellow Podzolic soils, which are commonly found in Eastern Black Sea Region. For this purpose, some physical, chemical and fertility properties of the soils were determined in a total of samples taken from the research area representing the intended group of by: 3.
Characteristics and formation of Red-Yellow Po dzolic Soils in the Humid Tropics (Sarawak, Malaysia). Communicat the Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam. Strongly podzolized soils with a very thick albic eluviation horizon occur on poor quartz sands, notably in the humid tropics. The illuvial horizon of such soils occurs at a depth of several metres (`Giant Podzols') and may even be absent altogether if the mobile humus is removed by.
The Gray-Brown Podzolic soils and Gray podzolic soils led to the concept of Alfisols. The Red-Yellow Podzolic soils had many similarities to the Reddish-Brown and Yellowish-Brown Lateritic soils, and they led to the concept of Ultisols.
The Laterite soils became the basis for the order of Oxisols. Laterite, soil layer that is rich in iron oxide and derived from a wide variety of rocks weathering under strongly oxidizing and leaching conditions. It forms in tropical and subtropical regions where the climate is humid.
Lateritic soils may contain clay minerals; but they tend to be silica-poor. For alpine soils, the major soil formation factor is the topography that predetermines the snow cover thickness, vegetation type, and, thus, the main characteristics of the soil profile (Schaetzl and Anderson, ).
In the high mountain areas, weathering—both physical and chemical—plays a major role in the soil's formation. Andriesse JP () Characteristics and formation of so-called red-yellow podzolic soils in the humid tropics (Sarawak, Malaysia).
PhD thesis, University of Utrecht, Netherlands Baltzer JL, Thomas SC, Nilus R, Burslem DFRP () Edaphic specialization in tropical trees: physiological correlates and responses to reciprocal transplantation.
An understanding of the characteristics and the ecology of soils, particularly those of forest ecosystems in the humid tropics, is central to the development of sustainable forest management systems. The present book examines the contribution that forest soil science and forest ecology can make to sustainable land use in the humid tropics.
To identify, understand, and manage soils, soil scientists have developed a soil classification or taxonomy system. Like the classification systems for plants and animals, the soil classification system contains several levels of detail, from the most general to the most specific.
The most general level of classification in the United States system is the soil. Soil - Soil - Soil classification: The two principal systems of soil classification in use today are the soil order system of the U.S. Soil Taxonomy and the soil group system, published as the World Reference Base for Soil Resources, developed by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.
Both of these systems are morphogenetic, in that they use structural properties as. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The soils fall into five main groups, the red-brown earths, black earths (or chernozems), solodic soils, red and yellow earths, and lateritic podsolic soils.
The red-brown earths have developed commonly on slates, shales and granites and on areas of old alluvium that are now above the level of modern floods. 4) These soils denote the third largest soil group of India covering an area of lakhs square kilometer which is % of India's total area.
5) These soils are found in the large tracts of Western Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Southern Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Chhota Nagpur plateau of Jharkhand. Yellow podzolic soil definition is - any of a group of zonal soils developed under coniferous or mixed forests in warm-temperate moist climates and composed of thin organic and organic-material layers resting on a grayish yellow leached layer that in turn rests on a yellow layer.
Red-Yellow Podzolic soils occur on diverse land forms, but the majority are founded in the highly parts of the Red-Yellow Podzolic soils commonly show a distinct horizon differentiation in the profile.
The subsurface horizon (Bt) have considerably more clay than the surface horizons, which usually have a loamy texture. Full text of "Impact On Soils Of Fast Growing Species In Lowland Humid Tropics FP 21" See other formats.
Andriesse JP () Characteristics and formation of so-called red-yellow podzolic soils in the humid tropics (Sarawak-Malaysia). University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, p. Influence of soil profile characteristics and nutrient concentrations on fungi and bacteria in Leon fine sands.
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-Abundant organic matter in soil b.c. of sod-forming grasses-High CEC-Neutral pH-Calcium and magnesium-Flocculated soil-Blocky soil-Fertile soil-Loamy texture common-High plant available water-High organic matter content-Residue of calcium carbonate in B horizon due to capillary action.