Hemist

Hemist

[′he·mist]
(geology)
A suborder of the soil order Histosol, consisting of partially decayed plant residues and saturated with water most of the time.
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New Zealand US Soil Parent Soil Class (A) Taxonomy (B) material 1 Allophanic Soil Udand Volcanic ash 2 Brown Soil Dystrochrept Greywacke loess 3 Gley Soil Aquent Greywacke alluvium 4 Organic Soil Hemist Sedge and rush peat 5 Organic Soil Hemist Sedge and rush peat 6 Organic Soil Hemist Sedge and rush peat No.
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Photo: (color in AV edition only) George Swain, a retired c hemist for Borax, shuns cars and freeways but enjoys full life with travel, opera and nature.