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- Reference Base for Soil Resources and similar soil cl****ification systems, a sapric is a subtype of a histosol where virtually all of the organic material has...
- characters sinking in clay, mud, or sand. Dry quicksand Quick condition Sapric (a soil of very decomposed organic material) Tar pit Grain entrapment "Quicksand...
- fibric, hemic, or sapric. Fibric peats are the least decomposed and consist of intact fibre. Hemic peats are partially decomposed and sapric are the most decomposed...
- depending on the clay content of the soil. These materials include muck (sapric soil material), mucky peat (hemic soil material), or peat (fibric soil material)...
- Haplohemists) - Type 10.3 "Peat sapric soils" (Polish: Gleby torfowe saprowe; WRB: Sapric or Fibric Sapric or Hemic Sapric or Limnic Sapric Histosol; ST: Typic or...
- Histosol flottant Histosol leptic Histosol mesic Histosol recouvert Histosol sapric Leptismectisol Lithosols Lithovertisol Luvisol degraded Luvisol dernic Luvisol...
- Hawke’s Bay region. The s****line and sediment bed are mainly composed of sapric soil from nearby farming runoff and lithic sand from the sand bank of the...
- L'Express. Retrieved 2 February 2014. Alice Sapritch, de son vrai nom Alice Sapric, née le 29 juillet 1916 à Ortaköy à Turquie et morte le 24 mars 1990 à Paris...
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