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Soil Science Annual, ISSN 2300-4975, 06/2015, Volume 66, Issue 2, pp. 57 - 66
Colluvial soils (in Polish: gleby deluwialne) are an important part of the soil cover in young morainic landscapes of northern Poland. They evolved as a result... 
anthropogenic denudation | soil erosion | colluvial soils | Polish Soil Classification | Anthropogenic denudation | Soil erosion | Colluvial soils
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Geoderma, ISSN 0016-7061, 09/2015, Volume 253-254, pp. 122 - 134
Subsoil has been recognized as large reservoir of soil organic carbon in recent years. In our study, we investigated deep colluvial soils as a potentially... 
Colluvial soil | Digital elevation model | Czech Republic | Soil organic carbon | Terrain attributes | Czech republic | STORAGE | TILLAGE | CHINA | SUB-CATCHMENT | EROSION | PREDICTION | SOIL SCIENCE | LOESS PLATEAU | SUBSOIL HORIZONS | STOCKS | AREAS | Soils | Soil erosion | Carbon content | Analysis
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Journal of Maps, ISSN 1744-5647, 11/2016, Volume 12, Issue sup1, pp. 58 - 62
Water erosion is identified as the most severe type of soil degradation in the Czech Republic. Systematic protection preventing water erosion is not carried... 
USLE | support-practice factor | GAEC | Czech Republic | cover-management factor | Water erosion | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | supportpractice factor | COLLUVIAL SOILS | GEOGRAPHY
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Geoderma, ISSN 0016-7061, 05/2018, Volume 317, pp. 56 - 66
This study aimed to compare soil physicochemical properties and mineralogical compositions, including the cohesive force and internal friction angle, using... 
Shear properties | Internal friction angle | Kaolinite | Cohesive force | Sesquioxides | Gully erosion | STEEP SLOPES | TAIWAN | CHINA | COLLUVIAL DEPOSITS | EROSION | SOIL SCIENCE | SEDIMENT | SYSTEMS
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Geochronometria, ISSN 1897-1695, 05/2019, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp. 57 - 78
Loess areas used for agriculture are susceptible to soil erosion. The intensive process of soil erosion in Polish loess areas began with the onset of the... 
geochronology | dendrochronology | micromorphology | optical dating | colluvial sediment | Holocene soil erosion
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Polish Journal of Soil Science, ISSN 0079-2985, 2016, Volume 49, Issue 1, pp. 91 - 99
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