Soil temperature regimes in Finland

@article{YliHalla1998SoilTR,
  title={Soil temperature regimes in Finland},
  author={M. Yli-Halla and D. Mokma},
  journal={Agricultural and Food Science},
  year={1998},
  volume={7},
  pages={507-512}
}
  • M. Yli-Halla, D. Mokma
  • Published 1998
  • Biology
  • Agricultural and Food Science
  • Soil temperature regime substantially influences soil classification in Soil Taxonomy particularly in temperate areas. To facilitate correct classification of soils of Finland, the temperature regimes in soils of the country were determined. The mean annual soil temperature, measured at 50 cm below soil surface, ranged from 6.4°C at the warmest site (Anjala) to 1.9°C at the coldest one (Utsjoki, Kevo), and the mean summer soil temperature from 13.7°C to 6.2°C at the same stations, all being in… CONTINUE READING
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