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MICROTOPOGRAPHICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ARTIFICIALLY FORMED CRUSTS.
Year:
1988
Authors :
לוי, גיא
;
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Volume :
52
Co-Authors:
Levy, G.J., SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr, SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr
Berliner, P.R., SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr, SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr
du Plessis, H.M., SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr, SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr
van der Watt, H.v.H., SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr, SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr
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From page:
784
To page:
791
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Total pages:
8
)
Abstract:
Soil crusts are the result of aggregate breakdown and compaction due to raindrop impact and physicochemical dispersion of scaly particles at the soil surface. The properties of artificially formed crusts have usually been studied on two widely different scales: (i) the whole crusted area on which infiltrability was measured and (ii) small samples of crust as used for scanning electron microscope (SEM) studies. The surface characteristics of artificially formed crusts of a Plinthustalf with two levels of exchangeable sodium percentage (ESP) were investigated on three different scales viz. (i) macro: the whole crusted area as used for bulk infiltration measurements (500 mm by 300 mm), (ii) intermediate: having the typical dimensions of mounds (8-10 mm in diam. where local permeabilities were determined), and (iii) micro: having the dimensions of samples used in SEM studies.
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Related Files :
artificially formed crust
INFILTRABILITY
MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION - Scanning Electron Microscopy
Soils
עוד תגיות
תוכן קשור
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Article number:
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Database:
סקופוס
Publication Type:
מאמר
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Language:
אנגלית
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20203
Last updated date:
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Scientific Publication
MICROTOPOGRAPHICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ARTIFICIALLY FORMED CRUSTS.
52
Levy, G.J., SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr, SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr
Berliner, P.R., SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr, SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr
du Plessis, H.M., SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr, SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr
van der Watt, H.v.H., SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr, SIRI, Pretoria, S Afr
MICROTOPOGRAPHICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ARTIFICIALLY FORMED CRUSTS.
Soil crusts are the result of aggregate breakdown and compaction due to raindrop impact and physicochemical dispersion of scaly particles at the soil surface. The properties of artificially formed crusts have usually been studied on two widely different scales: (i) the whole crusted area on which infiltrability was measured and (ii) small samples of crust as used for scanning electron microscope (SEM) studies. The surface characteristics of artificially formed crusts of a Plinthustalf with two levels of exchangeable sodium percentage (ESP) were investigated on three different scales viz. (i) macro: the whole crusted area as used for bulk infiltration measurements (500 mm by 300 mm), (ii) intermediate: having the typical dimensions of mounds (8-10 mm in diam. where local permeabilities were determined), and (iii) micro: having the dimensions of samples used in SEM studies.
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