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Rheological properties of Vertisol complexes formed under different climate conditions

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doi: 10.3103/S0147687415030084
Authors:Zhukova, Yu. A.; Khaydapova, D. D.; Kovda, I. V.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Moscow State University, Department of Soil Science, Moscow, Russian Federation
Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geography, Russian Federation
Volume Title:Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin
Source:Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin, 70(3), p.110-115. Publisher: Allerton Press, New York, NY, United States. ISSN: 0147-6874
Publication Date:2015
Note:In English. Based on Publisher-supplied data. 21 refs.; illus.
Subjects:Agriculture; Clay minerals; Climatic controls; Experimental studies; Gilgai; Grain size; Illitization; Land use; Measurement; Micromorphology; Mineral composition; Physical properties; Rheology; Sheet silicates; Silicates; Size distribution; Smectite; Soil mechanics; Soil profiles; Soils; Subtropical environment; Transformations; Vertisols; Viscoelasticity; X-ray diffraction data; Brazos River; Burleson County Texas; Caucasus; Commonwealth of Independent States; Europe; Russian Federation; Stavropol Russian Federation; Texas; United States; Rheometers; Stavropol Upland Russian Federation
Coordinates:N302900 N302900 W0962800 W0962800
N443800 N443800 E0421500 E0421500
Record ID:838573-3
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