Aggregation characteristics and maturity of Peak District soils
Bryan, R.B. (1969). Aggregation characteristics and maturity of Peak District soils. Earth Science Journal, 3(1), 1-12.
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Soil aggregation and aggregate stability are fundamental factors in determination of soil erodibility. The aggregation characteristics of soils in a region of high erosion potential are measured, and controlling factors examined. A relationship between increasing soil maturity and decreasing aggregate stability is described, and its significance in relation to Penck’s Aufbereitung concept is discussed.
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