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Record #94985:

Water potential of Antarctic soils / J.M. Klingler, Helen S. Vishniac.

Title: Water potential of Antarctic soils / J.M. Klingler, Helen S. Vishniac.
Author(s): Klingler, J. M.
Vishniac, Helen S.
Date: 1988.
In: Polarforschung. (1988.), Vol. 58(2/3) (1988)
Abstract: Matric effects found to contribute less to water potential of soils in McMurdo Dry Valleys than do mineral salts. Water potentials are an important parameter of soils used for microbiological investigations, since soil samples from same area can exhibit 10-fold differences in mineral content. Psychrophilic yeast content of fertile soil samples indicated that effective water content did not exceed ca. 4.5% (v/w)
Notes:

Polarforschung. Vol. 58(2/3) :231-238 (1988).

Keywords: 631.4 -- Soil science.
631.43 -- Soils, physical and mechanical properties.
631.46 -- Soils, microbiology.
631.41 -- Soils, chemical properties.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*762.4) -- Scott Coast.
SPRI record no.: 94985

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