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Gas Exchange and Atmospheric Properties of Flooded Soils

  • W. Stepniewski
  • J. Glinski

Abstract

Downward transport of oxygen in flooded soils is extremely difficult due to saturation of the soil with water. Compared to well-drained soils, there is a great difference in the depth of oxygenation and the consequences are of great practical importance.

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  • J. Glinski

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