halomorphic


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halomorphic

[¦hal·ə¦mȯr·fik]
(geochemistry)
Referring to an intrazonal soil whose features have been strongly affected by either neutral or alkali salts, or both.
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Historically, wetlands have been associated with hydromorphic, alluvial and halomorphic soils (Shaw and Fredine, 1956).