aqualf

aqualf

[′ak·wəlf]
(geology)
A suborder of the soil order Alfisol, seasonally wet and marked by gray or mottled colors; occurs in depressions or on wide flats in local landscapes.
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Tillage and rotation effects on corn yield response to fertilizer nitrogen on Aqualf soils.
Baer JU, Anderson SH (1997) Landscape effects on desiccation cracking in an Aqualf. Soil Science Society of America Journal 61, 1497-1502.
Classification of soil types in the Manawatu study area, New Zealand NZ Soil USDA Soil Soil type Classification Taxonomy (Hewitt 1992) (Soil Survey Staff 1999) Kawhatau silt loam Acidic Allophanic Andic Eutrudepts Brown Soil Kiwitea loam Typic Orthic Eutrudepts Melanic Soil Coulter silt loam Typic Orthic Dystrudepts Allophanic Soil Horoeka silt loam Typic Orthic Melanic Andic Eutrudepts Soil Barrow silt loam Mottled Immature Aqualfs Pallic Soil Ohakea Typic Orthic Gley Aqualfs Table 3.