pseudogley

pseudogley

[′sü·dō‚glā]
(geology)
A densely packed, silty soil that is alternately waterlogged and rapidly dried out.
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Se colectaron todos los especimenes fertiles (con flores y/o frutos) encontrados en aproximadamente 250 m a lo largo del rio sobre suelos Pseudogley, es decir, suelos muy humedos pero de capa freatica temporal.
Poco comun, juncal espinoso Holoschoeno-Juncetum acuti sobre suelos arcillosos, humedos de pseudogley y ligeramente salobres en el Ejido de Saucedilla y Casatejada (30TTK71), AI.
They grow on soils remaining moist during almost all the year, with a sand-silty texture and a pseudogley soil horizon.
Effects of pseudogley chemical amelioration on the changes in soil and plant phosphorus and potassium contents.
Braunlehm and pseudogley nodules and secondary amorphous forms of CaC[O.
We find Pseudogley when the till is rich in clay and silt and the compact fabric limits the processes of weathering, aeration, and percolation.
A loosening up by cultivation and the removal of surplus water by drainage can lead to the development of BrownEarth in the topsoil of a Pseudogley and thus to a marked increase in the fertility of the soil.
Along an elevational catena, different savanna types (facies) can be described according to tree cover (Gautier 1990) and the main grass species: (1) grass savanna (dominated by the perennial grass Loudetia simplex) on the hydromorphic pseudogley soils of bottomlands near the gallery forests (Menaut and Cesar 1979) and along intermittent rivers (tree cover, [less than]7%); (2) intermediate-density tree savanna, with dominant grasses from the tribe Andropogonae; and (3) savanna woodland on the plateaus (tree cover [greater than]62%).
Pseudogley in Gundaroo subsoil, Southern Tablelands, New South Wales.
Suelen situarse en los suelos oligotrofos profundos que presentan un horizonte de pseudogley o de gley en profundidad (Rivas-Martinez & al.