Evaluation of soil physical quality of Dutch subsoils in two databases with some threshold values

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    Abstract

    Soil deformation strongly affects pore continuity. The reduced infiltration triggers surface runoff and erosion. Two Dutch soil databases were analyzed in a preliminary study to the existence of subsoil compaction in The Netherlands
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSoil Management for Sustainability
    EditorsR. Horn, H. Fleige, S. Peth, X. Peng
    Place of PublicationReiskirchen, Germany
    Pages490-497
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

    Publication series

    NameAdvances in GeoEcology
    PublisherCatena Verlag
    Number38

    Keywords

    • soil compaction
    • soil water
    • soil structure

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    van den Akker, J. J. H. (2006). Evaluation of soil physical quality of Dutch subsoils in two databases with some threshold values. In R. Horn, H. Fleige, S. Peth, & X. Peng (Eds.), Soil Management for Sustainability (pp. 490-497). (Advances in GeoEcology; No. 38). Reiskirchen, Germany.