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calcic

[′kal·sik]
(science and technology)
Derived from or containing calcium.
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The calcic suborder dominates (Table 3) and grazing natural vegetation and modified pastures are the dominant land uses (Table 4).
2], consistent with fractionation of ferromagnesian minerals and calcic plagioclase.
The dominated groundwater type in study area are sulphated calcic and sodium chloride because of gypsum and salty evaporite minerals dissolution of Gachsaran evaporate formation respectively.
Three surface soil samples, namely Typic Haplustept, Calcic Chromustert, and Ultic Paleustalf, were collected, respectively, from IARI lama (New Delhi), Nagpur (Maharashtra), and Midnapur (West Bengal) in India, The initial properties of the soils and the methodology followed are listed in Table 1.
Taking into account the soil classification of CALC and DECALC, Typic Calcixerept and Calcic Haploxerept, respectively, and that the pH values in the two soils ranged from 8.
A distinctive aspect of the paleosols of the Little River Formation that contrasts with those of the Joggins Formation is the development of calcic (Bk) horizons.
1996): (i) Archean and Neoproterozoic calcic to calco-alkaline, plutonic orthogneisses, varying in composition from tonalitic to granitic; and (ii) Neoproterozoic metavolcanic-metasedimentary sequences made of metavolcanic rocks ranging in composition from low-K metatholeiites to metarhyolites.
Carter and Mele (1992) found that stubble burning over direct seeding on a sandy Calcic Luvisol (pH 6.
21 Calcixerepts-very fine, carbonatic, mesic Calcic Haploxeralfs association Fine, carbonatic, mesic Petrocalcic Pi3 73.
Calcic amphiboles of mafic rocks of the Jeffers Brook plutonic complex, Nova Scotia, Canada.
The TOC content ranged from 3433 mg/kg soil in the Walpeup Calcic Caicarosol up to 47 375/kg soil in the acidic Chromosol.