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  • . Disharmonic intertype soils/horizons is suggested as a collective term for soils and horizons showing characteristics of both neo- and paleo-formations (the so-called genetic soil types). The last known pedogenetically effective change of climate should
  • 2000
  • previously the mineralogy of 9 surface Red Soils formed on saprolite derived from Peninsular Gneiss in South India. These soils occur in a climatic sequence from 2500 mm annual rainfall (10 wet months) on the winward side of the Western Ghats to 590 mm a-1
  • 2000
  • processes, landscape evolution and prevailing climatic conditions during the Middle Miocene in SW Germany.
  • 2000