Revisiting the definitions of gypsic and petrogypsic horizons in Soil Taxonomy and World Reference Base for Soil Resources

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  title={Revisiting the definitions of gypsic and petrogypsic horizons in Soil Taxonomy and World Reference Base for Soil Resources},
  author={Joaqu{\'i}n Herrero},
  year={2013}
}
Gypsic and petrogypsic horizons occur in large areas of arid and semi-arid regions of the world. The occurrence of gypsum in soils is considered a key feature by most soil classification and mapping systems, that have coined specific names for these soils and horizons. However, the current methodology for description and definition of gypsic and petrogypsic horizons in the two most popular soil taxonomic systems “Soil Taxonomy” and “World Reference Base for Soil Resources” (WRB) doesn’t address… CONTINUE READING

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