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Title: Quantitative Relationships Between Net Volume Change and Fabric Properties During Soil Evolution
Authors: Chadwick, O.A.
Nettleton, W.D.
Issue Date: 12-Jul-1993
Citation: Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Abstract: The state of soil evolution can be charted by net long-term volume and elemental mass changes for individual horizons compared with parent material. Volume collapse or dilation depends on relative elemental mass fluxes associated with losses form or additions to soil horizons.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/35136
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