TerrHum : An iOS Application for Classifying Terrestrial Humipedons and Some Considerations about Soil Classification

@article{Zanella2019TerrHum,
  title={TerrHum
 : An iOS Application for Classifying Terrestrial Humipedons and Some Considerations about Soil Classification},
  author={Augusto Zanella and Klaus Katzensteiner and Jean-François Ponge and Bernard Jabiol and Giacomo Sartori and Eckart Kolb and R. C. le Bayon and Micha{\"e}l Aubert and Judith Ascher-Jenull and Michael Englisch and Herbert Hager},
  journal={Soil Science Society of America Journal},
  year={2019}
}
The name TerrHum is an abbreviation of the words “Terrestrial” (not hydromorphic, not submerged) and “Humipedon” (organic and organic-mineral humus horizons). With this application, it is possible to describe and classify terrestrial forest and grassland topsoils in a system published as a Special Issue entitled “Humusica 1– Terrestrial Natural Humipedons” in the journal Applied Soil Ecology. The iOS application TerrHum allows the storage of the main content of Humusica 1 on a cellular phone… 
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