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Expected deviations from the ESP SAR empirical relationships in calcium and sodium carbonate containing arid soils: Field evidence
Year:
1981
Source of publication :
Soil Science
Authors :
נדלר, אריה
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Volume :
131
Co-Authors:

M. Magaritz

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From page:
220
To page:
225
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Total pages:
6
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Abstract:

ESP-SAR relationships differing systematically from the commonly accepted average curve are reported for an arid zone in the western Negev, Israel. The extreme difference is observed for the sandy soils. Results may suggest that although determined ESP are close to the real values existing in the field, SAR values are altered markedly by laboratory procedures. Theoretical considerations imply that the calcium carbonate dissolution may cause these discrepancies.

 

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Arid soils
calcium
ESP, exchangeable sodium percentage
SAR, sodium adsorption ratio
Sodium carbonate
soil
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Language:
אנגלית
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Expected deviations from the ESP SAR empirical relationships in calcium and sodium carbonate containing arid soils: Field evidence
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M. Magaritz

Expected deviations from the ESP SAR empirical relationships in calcium and sodium carbonate containing arid soils: Field evidence

ESP-SAR relationships differing systematically from the commonly accepted average curve are reported for an arid zone in the western Negev, Israel. The extreme difference is observed for the sandy soils. Results may suggest that although determined ESP are close to the real values existing in the field, SAR values are altered markedly by laboratory procedures. Theoretical considerations imply that the calcium carbonate dissolution may cause these discrepancies.

 

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