These are the sources and citations used to research Soil types Sand and Clay. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on

  • Journal

    da Silva, A. F., Pereira, M. J., Carneiro, J. D., Zimback, C. R. L., Landim, P. M. B. and Soares, A.

    A new approach to soil classification mapping based on the spatial distribution of soil properties

    2014 - Geoderma

    In-text: (da Silva et al., 2014)

    Your Bibliography: da Silva, A., Pereira, M., Carneiro, J., Zimback, C., Landim, P. and Soares, A., 2014. A new approach to soil classification mapping based on the spatial distribution of soil properties. Geoderma, 219-220, pp.106-116.

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    Fuchs, M., Láng, V., Szegi, T. and Michéli, E.

    Traditional and pedometric approaches to justify the introduction of swelling clay soils as a new soil type in the modernized Hungarian Soil Classification System

    2015 - CATENA

    In-text: (Fuchs, Láng, Szegi and Michéli, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Fuchs, M., Láng, V., Szegi, T. and Michéli, E., 2015. Traditional and pedometric approaches to justify the introduction of swelling clay soils as a new soil type in the modernized Hungarian Soil Classification System. CATENA, 128, pp.80-94.

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    Kovačević, M., Bajat, B. and Gajić, B.

    Soil type classification and estimation of soil properties using support vector machines

    2010 - Geoderma

    In-text: (Kovačević, Bajat and Gajić, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Kovačević, M., Bajat, B. and Gajić, B., 2010. Soil type classification and estimation of soil properties using support vector machines. Geoderma, 154(3-4), pp.340-347.

  • Journal

    Wilson, S., Pyatt, D., Malcolm, D. and Connolly, T.

    The use of ground vegetation and humus type as indicators of soil nutrient regime for an ecological site classification of British forests

    2001 - Forest Ecology and Management

    In-text: (Wilson, Pyatt, Malcolm and Connolly, 2001)

    Your Bibliography: Wilson, S., Pyatt, D., Malcolm, D. and Connolly, T., 2001. The use of ground vegetation and humus type as indicators of soil nutrient regime for an ecological site classification of British forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 140(2-3), pp.101-116.

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