- Volume 3 Issue 1
The Morphology and Physical and Chemical Characteristics of the Changpyeong Series Derived from Old Alluvium
홍적층(洪積層)에 기인(基因)된 적황색토(赤黃色土)의 형태(形態) 및 물리적(物理的) 화학적(化學的) 특성(特性)에 관(關)한 연구(硏究) - 창평통(昌平統)에 관(關)하여 -
- Shin, Y.H. (Institute of Plant Environment, Office of Rural Development)
- 신용화 (농촌진흥청 식물환경연구소)
- Published : 1970.04.30
This study examined the morphology and physical and chemical characteristics of the Changpyeong series developed on gently sloping to rolling relief on dissected old paddiplains and terraces. This soil has dark brown silty clay loam A horizons, very thick dark red to red silty clay or clay Bt horizons, and C horizons of old alluvial materials frequently with strongly weathered round cobbles and pebbles. It is strongly acid with a low organic matter content, relatively low in cation exchange capacity, but with relatively high base-status based on amount of extractable cations. There is no obvious changes in particle size distribution with depth and textural B horizons probably have not been formed by podzolization but formed by mechanical movement of clay. This soil is classified as Typic Hapludalfs in USDA 7th approximation and Brunic Luvisols in FAO classification system.