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Item: Sodosols

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Soils with a clear or abrupt textural B horizon and in which the major part of the upper 0.2m of the B2 horizon (or the major part of the entire B2 horizon if it is less than 0.2m thick) is sodic and not strongly acid. Hydrosols and soils with strongly subplastic upper B2 horizons are excluded.

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description Soils with a clear or abrupt textural B horizon and in which the major part of the upper 0.2m of the B2 horizon (or the major part of the entire B2 horizon if it is less than 0.2m thick) is sodic and not strongly acid. Hydrosols and soils with strongly subplastic upper B2 horizons are excluded.
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description Soils with a clear or abrupt textural B horizon and in which the major part of the upper 0.2m of the B2 horizon (or the major part of the entire B2 horizon if it is less than 0.2m thick) is sodic and not strongly acid. Hydrosols and soils with strongly subplastic upper B2 horizons are excluded.
editorial note Approved April 2015
label Sodosols
note This term and definition is used in technical products in the Bioregional Assessment Programme, a collaboration between the Australian Government Department of the Environment, the Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO and Geoscience Australia. For more information see http://www.bioregionalassessments.gov.au.
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