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Pattern of variation in steepland soils: soil differences in complex topography


, : Pattern of variation in steepland soils: soil differences in complex topography. New Zealand Journal of Science 18(1): 53-66

Soil and weathering differences occurring in the Turakina steepland association on 3 land surfaces forming a valley in valley or composite topography near Wanganui, New Zealand, are illustrated by a comparison of intermediate steep slope profiles from each land surface.From the lowest to the highest land surface, soil development is sequential and the profiles show evidence of increasing morphological development and organisation, chemical weathering and leaching, and profile stability.

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