lacustrine soil

lacustrine soil

[lə′kəs·trən ′sȯil]
(geology)
Soil that is uniform in texture but variable in chemical composition and that has been formed by deposits in lakes which have become extinct.
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in the Peshawar lacustrine soil of the Peshawar basin (Table 1).
in Peshawar piedmont, floodplain and lacustrine soils during different times.
in the soils of Peshawar piedmont, Peshawar floodplain and Peshawar lacustrine soils respectively (Table 1).
Concentration of Fe2O3 in the soil samples of horizon A and B, collected during the month of January in 2003 and 2004, from the Peshawar piedmont soils, Peshawar floodplain soils and Peshawar lacustrine soils of the Peshawar basin were graphically presentd in Figure 3.
and in the Peshawar lacustrine soils it varied from 0.
Effect of rice husk biochar on cadmium immobilization in soil and uptake by wheat plant grown on lacustrine soil.
At the confluence of the Skimikin and Tappen valleys, the vineyard possesses finely textured, silty clay loamed, or lacustrine soils formed in basins of lakes created by glacial melting.
Most of our lacustrine soils remain from giant glacial lakes that have since dried up.
Soils are generally Mollisols, and include alluvial soils, subirrigated calcareous, lacustrine soils overlying sand, or fine-textured loess or till with low organic matter content (Bowles, 1983).