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Molecular weight distribution and chemical nature of organic matter in soil chronosequences
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
A method of extracting a reasonable amount of organic carbon from the soil with minimum damage to the soil organic matter during extraction and purification was developed. This rapid extraction method was a modification ...
Chemical and mineralogical properties of a sequence of terrace soils near Reefton, New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1975)
Changes brought about by chemical and physical weathering were investigated in a chronosequence of terrace soils near Reefton, New Zealand. The parent materials of the soil, which ranged in age from about 1000 to over ...
Chemical nature and distribution of soil organic phosphate in two chronosequences of soils
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1974)
A method for the extraction of organic phosphate (Po) from soils was developed and used for the examination of samples from two chronosequences of soils. The total Po content of each soil from the Manawatu and Franz Josef ...