10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LOESSAL»
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Well-drained, gently sloping, thin loessal soils of the uplands; eroded. Unit IIe-2.
— Moderately well drained, gently sloping, thin loessal soils of the uplands;
eroded; fragipan. Subclass IIw. Soils that have moderate limitations because of ...
United States. Bureau of Soils, United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, 1966
Geoecology: An Evolutionary Approach
In contrast, the loessal valley site occupies 8,000m2 and is blanketed by a thick
sierozem soil with a 10 to 15 per cent vegetation cover. Heterogeneity was
measured by the rock-soil ratio, which was 0 for the loessal valley and ranged
Physical Geography Manual
The Chickasaw Bluffs at Memphis are often referred to as loessal bluffs. All river
bluffs are not loessal, but the soil upon which Memphis is situated is wind-
deposited loess. The river has cut laterally into these ae- olian deposits, and thus
The Memphis and Natchez soils are on loessal uplands. The Adler soils are in
narrow valleys and at the foot of bluffs on alluvium that washed from the loessal
uplands. Silt loam is the dominant texture of these major soils. The Memphis and
United States Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, 1963
... the most extensive and agriculturally important group first, as follows : ( 1 )
Medium- to dark-colored soils of the smooth to rolling loessal plains, which make
up the central and greater part of the large wheat-producing belt and include
Soil and Water Research on a Claypan Soil: A Compilation of ...
The loessal parent materials of the Midwest claypan soils are generally
considered to be of windblown or eolian origin (14, 20, 21, 31, 32, 34, 39, 57, 58,
60, 61, 63) . The claypan soils of the north- central Missouri prairie have
developed in ...
Vernon C. Jamison, Dwight David Smith, John F. Thornton, 1968
Engineering Geology and the Environment
Cohesion of loessal soils (v-dQm) from Gissar valley (Tadjikistan) as a function of
their moisture content Moisture content Fig. 2. Relationship between strength
degradation in various loessal soils and their moisture content with degradation
Geological Survey Professional Paper
Figure 71.— Loessal silt in Wadi Tathlith above Hamdah. (Photograph by
Thomas Smallwood.) Figure 72.— Bornhardt at Jabal Kursh, lat 22°25' N., long
43°39' E. intermittent uplift or climatic change, with at least one relatively static
Soil Water and Agronomic Productivity
Rattan Lal, B.A. Stewart, 2012
The Marge Site: Late Archaic and Emergent Mississippian ...
The Marge site is situated on a colluvial terrace comprised of 1.35 m of upland-
derived loessal sediment. Geomorphological probe 1 was placed in this area of
the terrace and the specific soil sequence and soil descriptions are given in