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Gross chemical composition transformation of Rendzinas in Malyi Polissya under the influence of deflation

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Investigation results of the gross chemical composition of Malyi Polissya Rendzinas (Rendzic Leptosols) and its transformation under the influence of deflation have been revealed. The oxides percentage in soils, their distribution in the profile have been described, and differentiation soil profile indices have been calculated. The changes in Rendzinas gross chemical composition due to the detection process of deflation have been analyzed.
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51
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2
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2018
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01 - 12 - 2018
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