Udert

Udert

[′üd‚ərt]
(geology)
A suborder of the soil order Vertisol; formed in a humid region so that surface cracks remain open only for 2-3 months.
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(8) Da ihr Tolpel A USGEPLA UDERT habt, was keiner wissen soll.
Udert from the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (eawag) with a token of appreciation.
The dominant soils are mainly Inceptisols, Ustochrepts, Aridisols, Alfisols, Udert, Udalf, and Ultisols in terms of the Soil Taxonomy of the USDA (Shi et al.
Datasets in the 50 published papers (Appendix A) covered 76% of the total croplands in eastern China, with >8500 soil sample measurements, representing paddy soil (Inceptisols) and upland soils (Ustochrepts, Aridisols, Alfisols, Udert, Udalf, and Ultisols).
They can be used as fertiliser, if they could be recovered from urine (Udert et al.
In the VUNA project, we investigated three processes for urine treatment: struvite precipitation, a combination of nitrification and distillation, and electrolysis (Udert et al.