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Soils of the humid tropics and problems of their utilization as exemplified by soils from east Kalimantan, Indonesia. Soils derived from Miocene sedimentary rocks


, : Soils of the humid tropics and problems of their utilization as exemplified by soils from east Kalimantan, Indonesia. Soils derived from Miocene sedimentary rocks. Giessener Beitrage zur Entwicklungsforschung, Reihe I 9: 109-128

The main morphological features of these soils are described and data on their chemical, physical and mineralogical properties are presented.

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