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HUMUSHydrologic Unit Modeling for the United States
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In order to determine the dependence for all zonal soil types of the East European Plain of empirically determined humus horizon limit values from climatic potential, we summarized the data of numerous soil surveys.
The conference focused primarily on the formation and fabric of soil humus forms, on their ecology, biochemical composition, and classification.
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In some classic works on soil humus (Waksman 1936; Tyurin 1937; Russell and Russell 1961 ; Kononova 1966; Aleksandrova 1980; Ponomareva and Plotnikova 1980; Orlov 1985), the authors distinguished, among others, a fraction of humic and fulvic acids bridged to solid soil particles through calcium, and a fraction of humic and fulvic acids bound firmly to clay minerals and refractory sesquioxides.
However, there is significant negative association for nodules size and numbers for clay and humus mixtures at 5% confidence level (P<0.
2] treatment could mobilise K from clay minerals in addition to its usual role of removing humus coverage from clay minerals.
Leaf compost from previous years will accelerate the change from troublesome leaves to black gold humus.
Uranium transfer into the deposit definitely proves the formation of chemical compounds of uranium with corresponding ligands in the humus phase of Dictyonema shale.
The value of a composter should not be judged solely on the merits of the composter, such as how good-looking or unique it is, or how fast it makes humus, or how easy it is to load.
And out of that marbled humus of warts and wrinkles they fashion odes to the virtues of common folk, offering populist sermons on the dangers of those distinctly American temptations to wealth and the arrogance of power.
He just had a little spinach with his humus, and everyone jumped to conclusions.
Hepperly explains that humus is saturated with carbon.