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Guideline for Describing Soil Profiles in Mountain Ecosystems

  • Gabriele Broll
  • Bettina Hiller
  • Frank Bednorz
  • Gerald Müller
  • Thomas Reineke

Keywords

Rock Fragment Organic Horizon Soil Science Society Mountain Ecosystem Color Color 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gabriele Broll
  • Bettina Hiller
  • Frank Bednorz
  • Gerald Müller
  • Thomas Reineke

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