The translations of poechore from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «poechore» in English.
... process by which a soil becomes more acid owing to depletion of bases, and
develops surface layers that are leached of clay and develop illuvial B horizons;
the development of a podzol. poechore (po'-e-chore) A climatic term for the part
Julia A. Jackson, James P. Mehl, Klaus K. E. Neuendorf, 2005
Proceedings and papers
By this means, the arid climate is separated into two zones: That of the
grassfields (Poechore) like the prairies in North America, the pampas in South
America, the tshernozem or step-zone in Russia and our steps in Hungary. The
other is the ...
Ralph Barbour Deemer, 1928
Transition zones on either side are the bryochore, or tundra region, and the
poechore, or steppe region. The bulk of the biochore consists of the dendrochore,
or tree region. See: CLIMATIC CLASSIFICATION. bioclimatic, adj. — Pertaining
Alfred Henry Thiessen, United States. Weather Bureau, 1946
Proceedings and Papers of the First International Congress ...
Schematic presentation of soil classification Arid Poechore or Desert aone Step
Zone (semi-arid) (varied zone) Salty Soils I. Climatic principle: Humid Brischore
or Dendrochore or Tundra Zone Podsol Zone II. General chemical character of
Paul Reber Dawson, Ralph Barbour Deemer, Albert Ronald Merz, 1928
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