geosol


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geosol

[′jē·ə‚sōl]
(geology)
A body of sediment or rock composed of one or more soil horizons.
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"The divestiture of Geosol follows Lydall's strategy to focus on our core technologies and capabilities that improve our effectiveness and positioning as a specialty materials provider," says Dale G.
FC's deep expertise in geosynthetics installation and their local market knowledge positions them well as the new owner of Geosol. Additionally, Texel's continued supply of geosynthetic materials to FC ensures end customers will maintain access to high quality products and service," says Joe Abbruzzi, president of Lydall's Technical Nonwovens segment.
geosol: una herramienta computacional para el calculo de coordenadas solares y la estimacion de irradiacion solar horaria.
This period of dune growth was followed by a period of stability during which a soil formed with a relatively well-developed A/[B.sub.S]/C horizonation (the Holland Geosol of Hupy et al.
The Holland Geosol is exposed in dune complexes throughout the southeastern shore (Hupy et al.
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