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A study on the soils containing amorphous materials in the island of Hawaii
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|Title:||A study on the soils containing amorphous materials in the island of Hawaii|
|Keywords:||Soils -- Composition|
Soils -- Hawaii -- Hawaii Island
|Abstract:||Four soils derived from volcanic ash deposited on the slopes of Mauna Kea were collected and examined physico-chemically and mineralogically. A Reddish Brown (Waikaloa), two Reddish Prairie (Mahoelua and Waikii), and a Latosolic Brown Forest soil (Hanipoe) were included in this study. The degree of weathering of the soil material increased in the order, Waikaloa < Mahoelua < Waikii |
Thesis--University of Hawaii, 1964.
Bibliography: leaves 176-187.
xiii, 187 leaves ill. (part mounted), tables
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|Appears in Collections:||Ph.D. - Soil Science|
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