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  • Regolith ; Soil ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial variation ; Statistical analysis ; Stratigraphy ; Texas ; United States of America ; Weathering
  • to determine the extent to which variability in the weathering profile is inherited, as opposed to created by the weathering processes. The state probability function (SPF), designed to model the spatial pattern of transitions in system states, is applied
  • Chaos ; Model ; North Carolina ; Numerical model ; Pedogenesis ; Quaternary ; Soil ; United States
  • with soil development indices from a geomorphic surface in the Atlantic Coastal Plain of the United States.
  • Coastal plain ; North Carolina ; Pedogenesis ; Scale ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Spatial variation ; Taxonomy ; Terrace ; United States of America
  • for the divergent evolution observed in the field at very detailed scales. The state probability function (SPF), which measures spatial dependence for categorical environmental data along a transect, was applied to soil series mapped at a 1:24,000 scale. The older
  • Chaos ; Model ; North Carolina ; Pedogenesis ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary ; Soil ; Spatial variation ; Theory ; United States
  • Floodplain ; Fluvial terrace ; Human impact ; North Carolina ; Pedogenesis ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; United States ; Watershed
  • Channel geometry ; Chaos ; Concept ; Divergence ; Estuary ; Geomorphology ; Humid environment ; Landform evolution ; Landscape ; Model ; North Carolina ; Self-organizing behaviour ; United States of America ; Vegetation
  • Biogenic process ; Clay mineral ; Coastal plain ; Model ; North Carolina ; Pedogenesis ; Soil ; Soil properties ; United States of America
  • Concept ; North Carolina ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Spatial variation ; United States of America
  • Coastal plain ; Erosion ; Ferricrust ; Hurricane ; Mass movement ; Model ; North Carolina ; Piezometric level ; Terminology ; Tropical zone ; United States of America ; Weathering
  • Aeolian features ; Biogenic process ; Biogeography ; Concept ; Ferricrust ; Forest edge ; Geomorphology ; Landscape ; North Carolina ; Piezometric level ; Soil properties ; United States of America