Fluvent

Fluvent

[′flü·vənt]
(geology)
A suborder of the soil order Entisol that is well-drained with visible marks of sedimentation and no identifiable horizons; occurs in recently deposited alluvium along streams or in fans.
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The soils of most of the areas capable of supporting wetlands in these arid eco-regions correspond to Entisols of suborder Fluvent.
of Soil (mm)(A) replicates classification(B) Fortini Ingham 2061 3 Natrustalf 2 BSES Ingham 2061 3 Fluvent 3 Costanzo Tully 4074 3 Dystropept 3 Kalamia Ayr 1100 3 Ustropept 3 Site Site Profile pH (water) Clay (%)(D) history(c) Max.
En su mayoria corresponden al orden de los Entisoles, y a los subordenes Fluvents y Psamments, (Moscatelli et al.
Son suelos con muy poca o ninguna evidencia de desarrollo de horizontes pedogeneticos que pertenecen a los subordenes Fluvents y Orthents.
These are all Fluvents (Soil Survey Staff 2000), formed by deposition of sand, silt and clay by flooding on broad flat floodplains.
La estacion experimental esta ubicada en suelos de la orden Entisols y Sub orden Fluvents, con pH cambiando de 6,4 a 7,6.
Kilic K, Ozago E, Akbas F (2004) Assessment of spatial variability in penetration resistance as related to some soil physical properties of two fluvents in Turkey.
Los suelos de los cuatro rodales pertenecen al Orden Entisols, Sub orden Fluvents, Gran grupo Udifluvents y Sub grupo Oxiaquic udifluvents.