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Fragipans: Their Occurrence, Classification and Genesis

N. E. Smeck

Fragipans: Their Occurrence, Classification and Genesis

Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by Divisions S-5 and S-9 of the Soil Science Society (S S S a Special Publication)

by N. E. Smeck

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Published by Soil Science Society of Amer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Fragipans,
  • Soil Science,
  • United States,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsEdward J. Ciolkosz (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages153
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8219328M
    ISBN 100891187901
    ISBN 109780891187905

    Sayyari-Zahan M.H. () Soil Classification and Genesis in Part of Khorasan Province. In: Shahid S., Taha F., Abdelfattah M. (eds) Developments in Soil Classification, Land Use . A. D. Karathanasis, “Solution chemistry of fragipans-thermodynamic approach to understanding fragipan formation,” in Fragipans: Their Occurrence, Classification and Genesis, vol. 24 of SSSA Special Publication, pp. –, Soil Science Society of America, .

    Decoding implicit information from the soil map of Belgium and implications for spatial modelling and soil classification. where fragipans are common, their occurrence is implicitly implied. Oxisols are a soil order in USDA soil taxonomy, best known for their occurrence in tropical rain forest, 15–25 degrees north and south of the the World Reference Base for Soil Resources (WRB), they belong mainly to the ferralsols, but some are plinthosols or oxisols have been previously classified as laterite soils.

    Solution Chemistry of Fragipans-Thermodynamic Approach to Understanding Fragipan Formation, p. , In Fragipans: Their occurrence, classification, and genesis. Soil . Bruckert S., Classification des sols bruns ocreux et cryptopodzoliques par analyse des extraits tetraborates tamponnes a ph 9,5, /(79); Smith, Fragipans: Their Occurrence, Classification, and Genesis, 33 ().


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Fragipans: Their Occurrence, Classification and Genesis by N. E. Smeck Download PDF EPUB FB2

Compared with trees, grasses take up more silicic acid from the soil solution and cause little or no concentration of silica in the soil pores. This might explain why fragipans do not occur in soils developed mainly under prairie vegetation.

Fragipans are important soil features in the midwestern USA. Fragipans: Their Occurrence, Classification, and Genesis is an authoritative and up-to-date treatise on the identification and distribution of fragipans in the USA. Fragipans are important from both agricultural and nonagricultural viewpoints.

Crop productivity is affected by restricted rooting zones and internal drainage. It is a diagnostic subsurface horizon that restricts the penetration of roots and water. The definition has not facilitated consistent recognition of fragipans. Major identification problems are determination of pedogenic origin and verification of the required by: Get this from Classification and Genesis book library.

Fragipans: their occurrence, classification, and genesis: proceedings of a symposium. [N E Smeck; E J Ciolkosz; Soil Science Society of America. Division S; Soil Science Society of America. Division S;]. Fragipans: their occurrence, classification, and genesis: proceedings of a symposium sponsored by Divisions S-5 and S-9 of the Soil Science Society of America in Atlanta, GA, 1 Dec.

Fragipans: Their Occurrence, Classification, and Genesis. Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by Division S-5, and S-9 of the Soil Science Society of America in Atlanta, GA, 1 December SSSA Special Publication number In: Fragipans: their occurrence, classification, and genesis.

SSSA Spec. Publ. 24, pp 99– Google Scholar Smith RM, Browning DR () Occurrence, nature, and land-use significance of “siltpan” subsoils in West Virginia. Fragipans in soils on the Coastal Plains of the Southeast have been reported by several investigators, but there has been some disagreement about the extent of these soils.

Approximately ha are now correlated as of as having fragipans, and most of these soils ( ha) are in the Southern Coastal Plains Major Land Resource Area (MLRA). The collapsibility, or tendency towards rapid consolidation or settlement upon saturation by water, of many C‐horizon loess soils constitutes and important physical property pertinent to soil genesis.

An understanding of the relationships between fragipans and their occurrence in landscapes appears to lie partially with an understanding of the physical processes of soil formation that result in high bulk density, close‐packed arrangements of grains, and coarse prismatic structure.

Karathanasis AD () Solution chemistry of fragipans—thermodynamic approach to understading fragipan formation. In: Smeck NE, Ciolkosz EJ (eds) Fragipans: their occurrence, classification and genesis.

SSSA Special Publication, vol Soil Science Society of America, Madison, pp – Google Scholar. A fragipan is a diagnostic subsurface soil, not a cemented horizon, which is characterised by high density, and so restricts root penetration and water percolation.

Although fragic horizons are considered to be pedogenic, the exact genesis of this phenomenon is not well understood. Norfleet and Karathanasis (), in their study of Kentucky fragipans, suggested that the strength of fragipans is more than a `clay-bridging' or density phenomenon.

The Bryant hydroconsolidation mechanism allows clay-bridging to contribute to strength, and adds an extra factor via the localised structural collapse. Loess and fragipans: Development of polygonal-crack-network structures in fragipan horizons in loess ground.

Their Occurrence, Classification, and Genesis, Soil Science Society of America Special Publication 24 (), pp. Google Scholar. Cabrera and Smalley, Franzmeier D.P. Norton L.D. Steinhardy G.C.

Fragipan formation in loess of the midwestern United States N.E. Smeck E.J. Ciolkosz Fragipans: Their Occurrence Classification and Genesis. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Genesis of white fragipans of volcanic origin For each group we present morphological description of some representative profiles and give a short outline of their genesis, properties, and use. GEODERgA ELSEVIER Geoderma 71 () Some physical and chemical factors contributing to fragipan strength in Kentucky soils 1 M.L.

Norfleet 2, A.D. Karathanasis Dept of Agronomy, Uniu. of Kentucky, Lexington, KYUSA Received 25 October ; accepted 15 February Abstract Sixteen pedons developed in various parent materials in Kentucky were studied in order to quantify.

Iron bands, fragipans and duripans in the Northeastern plateaus of Brazil: properties and genesis Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Soil Science 73(3) August with 53 Reads.

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Soil Genesis and Classification. 2nd ed. The Iowa State Univeristy Press, Ames. Buringh. P. Volcanic ash soils of the tropics Selected Powder Diffraction Data for Minerals. Data Book. l* ed. Joint Committee on Powder Diffraction Standards.

Fragipans: Their Occurrence, Classification and Genesis. SSSA Special.Dense pans slake in water, while cemented pans do not. In the following, only the fragipan and the duripan will be discussed.

Both fragipans and duripans are diagnostic horizons in the USDA soil classification, and appear as phases in the FAO Legend.This chapter looks at the properties of gypsum as a mineral and evaluates its occurrence in soils in relation to related minerals, particularly the soluble salts.

Most of the soils with gypsum belong to the order of Aridisols in Soil Taxonomy, and their classification with the recent proposed modifications is presented.

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