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gelisol

[′jel·ə‚sȯl]
(geology)
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The concept of the transition zone is embedded in the definition of gelic materials in the Gelisol order of Soil Taxonomy (Soil Survey Staff, 1999).
The concept of gelic materials in the new Gelisol order for permafrost-affected soils.
Gelisols are ideal for the determination of gains and losses in soil mass and volume (Munroe and Bockheim.
Typical profile: A-C Gelisol Very cold soils of the tundra, cold None safely deserts, or high peaks with subsoil except permafrost.
This system too continues to evolve, with changes like the addition of a twelfth soil order, the Gelisols, in 1998.
However, using the new Gelisol order for permafrost-affected soils in the recently adopted 8th edition of Soil Taxonomy no adequate classification seemed possible (Beyer et al.
Gelisol (Chapter 3)--One of the soil orders in the U.
In addition, for purposes of comparison, we used the FAO classification (FAO 1994), and the recently discussed new Gelisol order of the US Soil Taxonomy (ICOMPAS 1996), as well as the new World Reference Base for Soil Resources (Spaargaren 1994).
In the recently adopted Gelisol order (ICOMPAS 1996; Bockheim et al.
The dominant suborders of Gelisols are Histels, Orthels, and Turbels (Table 3-5).
Histels are Gelisols with large amounts of organic carbon.