NZSB

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NZSBNew Zealand Soil Bureau (Department of Scientific and Industrial Research; New Zealand)
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Blakemore LC, Searle PL, Daly BK (1987) 'Methods for chemical analysis of soils.' (New Zealand Soil Bureau: Lower Hutt)
Blakemore L, Searle P, Daly B (1987) 'Methods for chemical analysis of soils.' New Zealand Soil Bureau Scientific Report No.
Soil pits to a minimum depth of 120 cm (47 in) were dug at all sampling points of the six fields to describe the soil profile, including soil texture, structure, consistence, color, roots, pores, and horizon designations using standard New Zealand Soil Bureau procedures (Taylor and Pohlen).
Blakemore LC, Searle PL, Daly BK (1987) 'Methods for chemical analysis of soils.' New Zealand Soil Bureau, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Lower Hutt, New Zealand.
The alluvium and loess materials have quartzo-feldspathic mineralogy, which suggests that the main source of alluvium was from greywacke and argillite or younger sedimentary rocks with similar source (New Zealand Soil Bureau 1968; Cowie 1978; Senarath 2003).
Gradwell MW, Birrell KS (1979) 'Methods for physical analysis of soils.' New Zealand Soil Bureau Scientific Report 10C.
New Zealand Soil Bureau of Science Report 80, Department of Science and Industrial Research Lower Hutt, New Zealand.
New Zealand Soil Bureau Scientific Report 80, NZ Soil Bureau, Lower Hutt, New Zealand.
Blakemore LC, Searle PL, Daly BK (1987) 'Methods for chemical analysis of soils.' (New Zealand Soil Bureau, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research: Lower Hutt, New Zealand)
Soil Bureau laboratory methods, New Zealand Soil Bureau Scientific Report 10E, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Wellington, NZ, pp.
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