brown podzolic soil


brown podzolic soil
бурая подзолистая почва

Англо-русский гидрогеологический словарь. — Ташкент. . 1979.

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  • brown podzolic soil — noun : any of a group of acid zonal soils developed in temperature or cool temperate humid regions under deciduous or mixed deciduous and coniferous forest and characterized by dark brown humus mineral soil covered with a thin mat of partly… …   Useful english dictionary

  • gray-brown podzolic soil — noun : any of a group of zonal soils developed under deciduous forest in a temperate moist climate and characterized by a comparatively thin organic covering and an organic mineral layer above a grayish brown leached layer which in turn rests… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Brown podzolic — soils are a subdivision of the Podzolic soils in the British soil classification. Although classed with podzols because they have an iron rich, or spodic horizon, they are, in fact intermediate between podzols and Brown earths. They are common on …   Wikipedia

  • red podzolic soil — noun : any of a group of zonal soils developed in a warm temperate moist climate under deciduous or mixed forests that have thin organic and organic mineral layers overlying a yellowish brown leached layer resting on an illuvial red horizon… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Brown earth — is a type of soil. Brown earths are mostly located between 30° and 55° north of the Equator. The largest expanses cover western and central Europe, large areas of western and trans Uralian Russia, the east coast of America and eastern Asia. Here …   Wikipedia

  • Blandford (soil) — Blandford soil series is the name given to a loam or sandy loam soil which has developed on glacial till in parts of southern Quebec and northern New England. It belongs to the brown podzolic soil group and occurs in hilly areas of the Green… …   Wikipedia

  • red soil — noun Date: 1889 any of a group of zonal soils that develop in a warm temperate moist climate under deciduous or mixed forests and that have thin organic and organic mineral layers overlying a yellowish brown leached layer resting on a red horizon …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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